Civil activists express support for government’s stance on killing Qasim Suleimani
Reporter: Ferdows Rasouli
Many civil activists in Kabul today expressed their support for the government’s stance on killing Qasim Suleimani.
The activists emphasized that leaders who somehow sympathized with their declarations should know that our soldiers’ blood is more valuable than alien commanders, the main heroes of the war on terror at the regional and trans-regional levels of our brave defense and security forces. ”
They also stated that when no country has the right to use our soil against other countries, we will not allow any country to wage proxy war in our country.
The killing of the commander of the Quds Force of Ira in Baghdad has now sparked outrage in Iran, and its leader has spoken of vigorous retaliation from the United States.
The United States is also preparing to fight Iran by sending four troops to the Middle East.
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The chief executive, Abdullah, condemned the incident and expressed his condolences to Iranian officials and Mr. Suleimani’s family.
The message released by Mr Abdullah referred to Iran-US cooperation with Afghanistan and described both countries as friends of Kabul.
Meanwhile, Commander Qassim Suleimani, commander of the Iranian Quds Corps in Baghdad, Iraq, was killed Friday (June 6) by US warplanes.