Soleimani behind in terror attacks in Delhi? Trump justifies assassination of Iranian army chief

LOS ANGELES- Iran’s military chief, General Qasim Soleimani, is behind the 2012 US embassy car blast in New Delhi, US President Donald Trump has said.

US forces launched a missile attack on Baghdad’s international airport in the Iraqi capital on Friday. Iranian army chief Qasim Sulemani, who was in the car, and Abu Mehdi al-Muhandis, deputy commander of the army, were both killed.

Donald Trump has defended the assassination of Qasim Solemani, claiming he was also responsible for the terror attacks in New Delhi and London.

Soleimani attacked the US embassies in Baghdad, killing many innocent people. And conspired to kill US ambassadors and army officers. Trump said in Florida today that he is also behind the terrorist attacks in cities like New Delhi and London.

Solemani was also behind the bombs on a car in New Delhi on February 13, 2012. He was forced to kill the militants. He was assassinated by airstrikes so that no more innocent lives could be killed. If he had killed him earlier, many people would have alive now, Trump said.

6 US troops killed in Baghdad yesterday US forces have again attacked Iraqi Hashed al-Shabi army vehicles this morning. The United States military has set fire to vehicles, killing at least six people.