Iranian parliamentarian, Ahmad Hamzah, waved today, Tuesday, targeting his country’s American embassies and bases in the region in response to the assassination of the former Quds Force commander, Qassem Soleimani, in a US raid in Iraq in early January.
Hamzah said in a session of parliament to address American officials, “The martyr Qasim Soleimani has become more dangerous than Commander Qasim Soleimani, and if you do it is permissible in the context of international laws, will your embassies and bases in the region be safe?” Would we be allowed to destroy it, “according to what the ISNA news agency reported.”
Hamza added, “The people of Kerman (Soleimani’s hometown) do not refuse, as they all died while on the way to Soleimani, and on behalf of the people of Kerman, we will offer a reward of three million dollars to anyone who kills Trump.”
In his speech, the Iranian parliamentarian referred to his country’s position on the nuclear agreement, saying: “While Europe has refrained from fulfilling its pledges, I propose that we quickly exit from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and conduct extensive nuclear tests and announce to the world that we have joined the Nuclear Forces Club.”
On Monday, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif threatened his country’s withdrawal from the NPT, known as “NPT,” when he told a parliament session: “If Iran’s file is referred to the UN Security Council, we will withdraw from the NPT.” nuclear weapons”.
Qassem Soleimani was killed in a US raid on January 3, carried out near Baghdad International Airport, and a number of his companions were killed, most notably the deputy commander of the Popular Mobilization Militia, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.