“I want you to know,” he said, “Iran does not need its proxies — its friends and allies. It will respond in the right place and time, and however it wants,” he said.
Hamas came under criticism from many Palestinians and Arabs for putting up the poster of Soleimani, who is held responsible for the death of many Palestinians during the civil war in Syria.
The Hezbollah leader's speech seems to be an attempt to raise his profile in the region.
The importance placed on Soleimani postmortem, shows Iran doesn’t have a replacement for Soleimani.
US Ambassador to Iraq Matthew Tueller will remain in Baghdad, according to the State Department.
Trump correctly gambled that Iran can’t afford a major war and won’t really retaliate for the Soleimani hit.
Analyzing the contours of the memory of Soleimani clearly shows that most of the Iranian population is neither interested in his assassination nor in his “revolutionary” legacy.
This is the latest in a series of planned statues for Soleimani.
In an interview with a close friend of Soleimani who accompanied him on various visits to Iraq and Syria, Hasan Flark revealed that Bashar Assad was on the verge of giving up his reign in Syria.