the UNITED states has picked out 52 iranian targets for military attack, if Iran makes good on threats to retaliate the killing of the iranian general Qassem Soleimani.
It writes president Donald Trump in a series of postings on Twitter late Saturday night local time.
The military targets will be hit very hard and violently', writes Trump.
- the UNITED states does not accept more threats, he continues.
That, precisely, is talking about the 52 targets, justifying the Trump with, that it corresponds to the number of american hostages that Iran took 'many years ago'.
Trump refers to an incident in 1979, when militant iranians occupied the u.s. embassy in Iran's capital, Tehran, and held 52 us citizens hostage for 444 days.
the taking hostage and poisoned the relationship between Iran and the UNITED states in decades.
The u.s. military killed Friday general Qassem Soleimani in a drone strikes at the international airport in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. Soleimani was one of the most influential military figures in Iran
Saturday, the iranskstøttede shiamilits Kataib Hezbollah in Iraq, a warning to the iraqi security forces, that they from Sunday evening to stay at least a mile from us bases. It reported news agency Reuters.
the Warning from the militant group came, a short time after that the rockets Saturday night beat down of the so-called Green Zone in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, where among other things, the UNITED states embassy is located.
- Iran talks very boldly about to go after certain american targets as revenge for that we have freed the world of their terroristleder, who had just killed an american and wounded many others hard, not to mention the many others he has killed in his lifetime.
It writes the Trump of Soleimani in one of three tweets about the current tense situation between the two countries.
An american national was the 27. december killed, and several u.s. and iraqi military personnel were injured, in an attack against a military base in Iraq. The UNITED states alleges that Qassem Soleimani was the brain behind the attack.