Iran issued an arrest warrant against President Donald Trump and 35 others for the murder of General Qassem Soleimani who was killed during an attack. He also asked Interpol to issue a red alert against Trump.
Against Iran, after the beginning of this year, Donald Trump, ordered the death of the leader of the Quds Force of the Guardians of the Iranian Revolution, in a bombing carried out in Iraq, as confirmed at the time by the White House.
Abu Mehdi to the Muhandis and Iranian General Qasem Soleimani died during the bombing of the US to Iraq, reported the Popular Mobilization Forces (Hashd to the Shaabi), a coalition of pro – Iranian paramilitaries and members in the state Iraqi.
Last January, Washington confirmed its involvement in the bombing of a convoy from Hashd al Shaabi near Baghdad airport.
Trump later revealed that the Iranian general, Qassem Soleimani, aimed to attack four foreign embassies. During an interview for Fox News, the Republican said: “I can reveal that I think there were four embassies. Probably one would be the embassy in Baghdad.”
Before that, he also justified the dejection because he pointed out that Soleimani “planned to kill” many Americans and assured that with his death “his reign of terror had ended.”
The shooting down of Abu Mehdi al Muhandis and the Iranian general Soleimani caused tension between the two nations, after the Iranian government, in response, on 7 January launched ballistic missiles at the United States military bases.