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  Posted 05 January 2020 - 04:48 PM

Photos: Top 10 atrocities from the now-vaunted Soleimani



https://www.americanthinker.com/
By Monica Showalter
January 5, 2020



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As creeps like Rep. Ilhan Omar denounce the rubout of Iranian terrorist kingpin Qassem Soleimani as the killing of a "foreign official," the press calls him "a farm boy" or "icon," and stupid Hollywood celebrities send their condolences to "the Iranian people," (who are celebrating, actually) the ugly hard reality remains that Qassem Soleimani, leader of the terrorist Quds force, was a monster, a stone-cold killer of innocents, the driving force behind Iran as a state sponsor of terror. His funeral song should be "That Smell." He stunk of death all around him and liked the stench. According to the Washington Post:

"The warfront is mankind's lost paradise," Soleimani said in a 2009 interview. "One type of paradise that is portrayed for mankind is streams, beautiful nymphs and greeneries. But there is another kind of paradise. ... The warfront was the lost paradise of the human beings, indeed."

But this isn't stopping the left from lionizing the beast. Here's a list, in no particular order, of the worst of what he did:

1. Assassination. The left may rail about the targeted killing of Soleimani as an 'assassination' but killing heads of state was Soleimani's stock in trade. He was behind the 2005 bomb murder of Lebanon's beloved president, Rafik Hariri. Dexter Filkins, writing in the New Yorker, in 2013, explained what and why: "Hariri, a Sunni, had been trying to take Lebanon out of the Iranian-Syrian orbit. On Valentine's Day, he was killed by a suicide truck bomb whose payload weighed more than five thousand pounds." Harire death left a cold chill throughout the Middle East.

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Hariri assassination memorial // Image credit: St1ke, via Wikimedia Commons // CC BY-SA 2.0

2. Mass killings of American military targets. In 1983, Soleiman was involved in the Beirut barracks bombing. Acting in the mullah regime's interests, his idea was to drive U.S. forces out through use of Iran's little pawn, Hezb'allah, which grew in power after the mass attack while Iran itself succeeded in getting the Iran's aims enacted. Soleimani's Quds force was the actual creator of Hezb'allah, which was always happy to be Iran's little pawn. After the attacks, all were emboldened. I recall that the late great Herbert Meyer, at the time a Reagan administration national security official, later said the Reagan administration rued the decision to take troops out, given the growing power of the terrorists that came of it.

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Beirut U.S. barracks bombing // USMC public domain

3. Mass killings of more American military targets. In 1996, Soleimani and his buddies sent in a truck bomb to blow up the Khobar Towers in naked warfare to advance Iran's interests. Iran had a problem with the U.S. teaming up with the Saudis to fortify the nation from extremist attacks. Twenty mostly American troops were killed and nearly 500 were injured and he got away with it.

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4. Targeting of diplomatic compounds, Part I: Soleimani went after American civilians, too, and anyone associated with them in his twin bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, killing 224 innocents, mostly Africans who either worked at the facilities or were passers by. 4,000 more were injured. Al Qaida got most of the blame, but Soleimani was the state sponsor for al-Qaida, giving it its start:

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Kenya bombing aftermath // FBI public domain

5. Actual war on U.S. troops during the Iraq war. Andrew McCarthy writes: "Our government estimates that he was responsible for the killing of more than 600 U.S. troops during the fighting in Iraq and that represents just some of his anti-American operations, coordinating the networks that target Americans and our interests throughout the region." He wasn't satisfied with the passive-aggressive kind of warfare on civilians, he moved into full frontal warfare with the Americans.

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Image Credit: Javad Hadi, via Wikimedia Commons // CC BY-SA 4.0



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Posted 05 January 2020 - 05:03 PM

This is just the stuff we know, there are many things we still will never be able to prove, but this guy was a monster, and the world is a better place without him. We can say the same about the Iranian leadership after they screw up and we bury them. Which will happen. They can't help themselves the are insane.
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Posted 05 January 2020 - 05:19 PM

Blasting Soleimani to pieces was to good for that butcher. He needed to die slowly!
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Posted 05 January 2020 - 07:48 PM

This is who the left lionized. Only because Trump was the one who took him out. If Obama has the balls to do it when then discussed it before, the left would have expelled praise left and right to the pansy in chief who pussied out and have Iran billions instead.
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