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US President Donald Trump said that the missile strikes launched by Iran Tuesday did not result in casualties among the American or Iraqi forces thanks to the arrangements we made in advance and thanks to early warning, stressing that Iran’s pursuit of a nuclear weapon is a matter that threatens the world, and continued: “No one absolutely allow it”.

“Trump” added, during a speech to him, a little while ago, that the American army eliminated the largest terrorist in the world, and he was Qassem Soleimani, head of the Quds Force. American soldiers and the use of improvised explosive devices, which led to amputation of American soldiers, if his hands were stained with the blood of Americans and killed him, it was a strong message to the terrorists.

US President Donald Trump has vowed to Iran with harsh new economic sanctions, with the continued strong sanctions in place, so that their behavior will change, noting that Iran during the last period targeted Saudi facilities and American aircraft, and increased its activities after it expected the nuclear deal in 2013 and got 230 billion dollars, along with 1.8 billion dollars in cash and did not thank America, as it raised the slogans of death to America on the day the agreement was signed, then launched its terrorist work and caused hell in Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Read also: Breaking: Missile attack on two US bases in Iraq

Commenting on Iran’s targeting of American bases in Iraq, the US President added that the missiles fired had been paid for with money made available by the previous administration to Iran, adding: “The flawed nuclear agreement gives Iran a quick way to obtain nuclear weapons, and it must abandon Its nuclear ambitions end its support for terrorism, and it is time for Britain, France, Russia and China to acknowledge this reality and move away from the rest of the nuclear agreement and work hand in hand to reach an agreement that makes the world more peaceful and peaceful and through which Iran also benefits. We will not allow chaos and terrorism after today”.

Read also: Ukrainian plane crashes near Tehran, killing 176 passengers and crew

Trump said: “All our soldiers are safe and limited damage has been recorded in our military bases and our American forces”.

Hailey Warner
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Hailey isn't the biggest fan of Winter, but she's doing her best to embrace the cold weather and snow. You can find her trying out new recipes, playing squash or writing editorials.

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