Press TV’s News Review: Leading up to the first anniversary of the Jan. 3 2020 assassination of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, Shabbir Hassanally and I discuss Iran’s ongoing quest for justice in the biggest murder case – and biggest martyrdom – of the century. For more on the importance of this case, see:

Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor

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  1. i don’t know Kevin,
    why did Iran have to antagonize all those Muslims in Iraq, Syria, yemen, bahrain?
    a Sunni guy from Lebanon suggested Iran is in cahoots with Israel in order to scare those countries (bahrain, uae, saudi) to have them buy weapons etc..
    but what i dont understand is why did noor al maliki (shia first iraqi president after saddam) create those 43 militias that engaged in the killing of over 100 thousand sunni youths while claiming they were “takfiri terrorists” when they were poor iraqies!
    was it to get control of iraq by means of repression? where did it get them? 50 % unemployment in iran and half the middle east destroyed?
    iran did to the middle east in 10 years what Israel and the wasp couldn’t in a 100.
    if iran wanted to impress the west by lying and calling the sunni population “takfiri terrorsts” as they advanced they failed; it looks like the u.s. and england just let them do the dity work then stepped in and got rid of suleimani.
    the west knew their true intentions.

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