America Iran War situation: America will be devastated if war with Iran, thousands of American soldiers sitting on gunpowder.
There is a lot of upheaval in Central Asia following the assassination of the Iranian commander Qasim Sulemani in the US air strike. War-like situations have arisen between the US and Iran. You might be thinking that if war were to happen, Iran would be the biggest loser. America is not going to deteriorate in this war. It would be interesting to see if Iran is the only loser in this war. It is not that America and its allies will also suffer a huge loss in this war. Let’s see what will be the loss of America?
Thousands of American soldiers sitting on gunpowder
Thousands of American soldiers are in the Gulf from Iraq to Oman. If the US directly attacks Iran, then its thousands of American soldiers will face a great danger. Iran has such missiles and other weapons, which can cause huge losses to American soldiers if Iran uses them against American soldiers. This can have serious consequences. There are only five thousand troops deployed in Iraq. Obviously, Iran will be eyeing these five thousand soldiers. This apprehension prevails because Iran and its supporters have done so in retaliation in the past.
US President Donald Trump has warned Iran that if it takes any retaliatory action to avenge the death of its top military commander Qasim Sulemani, it will be attacked with the strongest force ever. Additionally, the US has also identified 52 potential targets in this Gulf country.
In fact, Iran has vowed revenge on Friday after the killing of Major General Suleimani (62) in Baghdad in the US drone attack. The deputy chief of Iraq’s Hashd Al Shaabi paramilitary force has also been killed in this attack.
The killing of Suleimani is the most dramatic development that has increased tensions between Iran and the United States.
Trump warned Iran on Saturday night that if Iran attacks US military personnel or assets, the US will target 52 locations in Iran, some of which are critical to Iran and Iranian culture.
Trump tweeted, “After we get rid of the world from its terrorist leader, Iran is talking about targeting certain US assets under retaliation who recently killed an American and Many others were badly injured… not mentioning that he had recently killed hundreds of Iranian protesters including his The killing of so many people Ure life. “
He said, ‘He has already attacked our embassy and is preparing to attack other places. Iran is nothing but a problem for many years.
Trump’s view on current America Iran War situation
Trump said, “Let this be understood as a warning that if Iran attacked an American or American asset. We would target 52 Iranian sites (as a symbol of the hostage of 52 Americans held by Iran many years ago) of which Some places are very high level. Important for Iran and Iranian culture and those targets and Iran will be attacked very vigorously very fast. America does not want any other danger. ‘
Trump gave another warning to Iran in a span of less than 10 hours. Saying that if Tehran retaliates, the US will attack Iran the most forcefully so far.
Trump received a retaliatory comment from Tehran in the midnight tweet saying, “They (Iran) attacked us and we retaliated”. If they (Iran) attack again, which I advise them not to do. Then we will be the strongest attack ever.
He said in another tweet, ‘America has just spent two thousand billion dollars on military equipment. We are the biggest and best in the world. If Iran attacks a US military base or an American, then we will use some of our brand new equipment… without hesitation.
Responding to Trump’s comments, Iranian Foreign Minister Javed Zarif said that targeting cultural sites is a ‘war crime’.
Zarif tweeted referring to the principles of international law, ‘International law was violated in Friday’s dastardly attack. Donald Trump has again threatened to commit such a violation. but targeting cultural sites is a war crime, however, the US presence in West Asia has begun to wane. ‘
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