Thursday, 02 Jul 2020

Observers Reveal Benefits Gained by America from the Death of Qassem Soleiman and Calculation of Iran's Attack


US President Donald Trump and Iranian General Qassem SoleimaniUS President Donald Trump and Iranian General Qassem Soleimani - According to Middle Eastern political observers, Faizal Assegaf was one of the advantages of those who benefited from the conflict between Iran and America, namely Donald Trump.

"Trump is currently down in popularity, while America has always considered Iran an arch-enemy of America," Faizal Assegaf said.

The death of Qassem Soleimani is able to increase Trump's popularity which is currently down.

Other beneficiaries are Saudi Arabia and Israel.

"Besides that what is benefited is Saudi Arabia and Israel, the relations between the three countries between Saudi Arabia, Israel and America are getting stronger because they are labeling Iran as an enemy," he concluded.

University of Indonesia Middle East expert Abdul Muta'ali also gave a response regarding Iran's revenge action to the United States.

As is known, this action was the impact of the United States missile attack that killed the Commander of the Quds Forces, Qasem Soleimani and Chief Hashed, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis at Baghdad International Airport, Iraq, Friday (3 January 2020).

As a result of this Iran then counterattacked the US military base in Ain Al Asad Anbar Province of Iraq using cruise missiles.

The attack was carried out directly by the Republic of Iran Guard Corps artillery troops.

But according to Abdul Muta'ali this action was not a trigger for revenge attacks that would be carried out by Iran.

Abdul said that Iran would make very strong calculations to launch its revenge actions.

"This is not necessarily done by Iran as a trigger for a very massive revenge attack, Iran will carry out very strong calculations," Abdul Muta'ali said, quoted by Youtube tvOneNews.

Not only that Abdul Muta'ali said that this missile attack was not a strong attack by Iran.




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