Demanding revenge for the blood of Qasem Soleimani

No words can reflect or depict the pain, sorrow and feelings caused by the martyrdom and absence of Sardar Qasem Soleimani.

Demanding revenge for the blood of Qasem Soleimani is not only obvious but also necessary.

Without any doubt, revenge for the blood of the patriotic hero Qasem Soleimani must be taken.

At the present time, it is necessary for patriotic sentiments to replace the various tastes and differences of factions, and for all patriots to participate, like an iron fist, in the production of measures and the implementation of the most severe means of revenge against the enemy.

It is very important to pay attention to the practical fact that the means of revenge, dealing and harming the enemies in different historical periods, according to different components (scientific, economic, military equipment, etc.) are different.

In the contemporary world, and considering the various conditions (economic, defense, foreign relations, etc.) of Iran and the United States, the most practical and hardest weapon for revenge, confrontation and harm to American interests is the “establishment of the Qasem Soleimani Peace Institute.”

Perhaps from an emotional point of view, the idea of ​​establishing the Qasem Soleimani Peace Institute is irrational, inadequate and worthy of a great general like Sardar Soleimani.

But we must note that we both want to take severe revenge on the assassins of Sardar Soleimani and we want the memory and path of Qasem Soleimani to remain forever in the history of Iran.

In general, Sardar Soleimani can be avenged in two ways, hard or soft from the killers:

1. Inflicting local damage “based on intense emotion” on US forces, facilities and interests wherever possible in the world.

2. Soft revenge, through the expulsion or severe weakening of US position and means of influence in the Middle East.

The greatest harm to the United States is to drive them out of the region or weaken them.

The expulsion of the United States from the region is conditional on a healthy and tension-free relationship between Iran and neighboring countries (Iraq, Saudi Arabia and other countries bordering the Persian Gulf, etc.).

It depends on Iran having beneficial economic, trade, security, cultural, scientific and other exchanges with all neighboring countries. Iran and all its neighbors must feel safe from each other’s proximity.

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