Tension Rises In US-Iran After General Qasim Death

General Qasim Death

After General Qasim Death, Iran Announced A Three-Day Mourning. Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei Spoke Of Revenge. World War 3 Google Trends.

After the US action in Iraq, ‘World War 3’ started trending worldwide on Friday. 8 people were killed in the American Airstrike, including the head of the Iranian Special Army, General Qasim Sulemani. Within hours of this attack, people started searching about the Third World War on Google and other social media sites. During this, the search for ‘World War 3’ on Google suddenly increased significantly. While the word ‘Iran’ was searched for more than one million times. On the other hand, trending hashtags like #Iran, #worldwar3 and #WWIII continued on Twitter.

General Qasim

According to the White House, on the orders of President Trump. The US military killed General Qasim to protect his soldiers. Qasim was the head of the Quds Force of Iran’s Special Forces Revolutionary Guard. And was plotting to kill American diplomats and troops in Iraq in the Middle East. Qasim was extremely close to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei.

US Attacked With MQ-9 Drone

General Qasim arrived in Baghdad Airport on Thursday night from Syria. Officials of his supporting Shia organization reached to pick him up near the plane. General Qasim in one car and Muhandis, head of the Shia army, in the other. As the two cars exited the airforce, in the dark of night, the American MQ-9 drone fired missiles at it.

Trump Said These

The US embassy in Baghdad attack by an Iran-backed mob on Tuesday. After this, the US President had said that Iran would have to pay a huge price. If there was a loss of life and property on American facilities. Trump said that this is not a warning, but a threat. Only 48 hours after his statement, the US military killed the Iranian General Qasim.

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