Sun. Apr 5th, 2020





Tehran! Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamani, calling the US president a ‘joker’, said Donald Trump simply pretends to support the people of Iran and will one day stab the poison on our backs. Addressing Friday prayers for the first time since 2012, Khamnai said Iran is ready for talks but not with the US.



Khamnai further said, General Qasim Suleimani’s body has shown that the people of Iran support the Islamic Republic. The US ‘murderously’ killed the most effective commander fighting against the Islamic State. At the same time, Khamnai described the incident of accidental fall of Ukraine plane as a “terrible accident”. He said that the misery has hurt the people of Iran as much as the enemies have been happy. Khamnai also said that Western countries do not have enough power to bring ‘the people of Iran to the force of reduction’.


11 American soldiers injured in Iranian attack (TRUMP AS ‘JOKER’)

Washington 11 US soldiers were injured in Iranian missile attacks on US military bases in Iraq. The US Central Command itself gave this information while Trump has dismissed the talk of his soldiers being killed by this attack. Command spokesman Captain Bill Urbana said that no American soldier was killed in the Iranian missile attack on January 8 but 11 were injured. 1500 US soldiers were there at the time of the attack and all were safe in bunkers.

Missile attack slams America’s cheek:

Khamnai said, US missile attack on US bases in Iraq Was slapped on the cheek. Our attack made it clear that Iran has the ability to compete with global power because God has a hand on us. The day we launched the missile was the day of God.




The US fears that Iran may launch a cyber attack. John Bateman, a former intelligence officer at the Pentagon’s Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, said a cyber attack is the easiest method that can have a direct impact on the United States. It is not necessary that the attack be traditional, so there is a possibility of cyber attack.


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