Israel is provoking for war, don’t be trumped: Iran

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Iran’s Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif has urged US President Donald Trump on Saturday not to “fall into the limelight” of Israel. Iranian Foreign Minister said that Israel is provoking America for war.

The Iranian Foreign Minister has warned the US on the completion of one year of the killing of Iranian General Qasim Suleimani. The US killed General Qasim Suleimani in Iraq in a drone strike. Iran has alleged that Israel is attacking the bases of US troops in Iraq to bring disrepute.

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The US has accused Iran-backed fighters of regular attacks on US military bases in Iraq. There have also been attacks near the US Embassy in Iraq. No Iran-backed militias have claimed responsibility for these attacks.

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Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif has tweeted, “New intelligence information from Iraq has indicated that Israeli agents are attacking US bases so that Trump, who is leaving from power, can wage a war and justifies it with these attacks.” To go President Trump you should be cautious about this. If any such step is taken, it will be badly reversed.

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Ismail Ghani, who replaced Qasim Sulemani, said on Friday that Iran is ready to avenge General Suleimani. On Wednesday, the US Army sent two nuclear-powered B-52 bombers to the Middle East. It is being said that it was for conveying the message to Iran.

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Esmail Ghaani, who succeeded Soleimani as head the elite Quds force, said on Friday Iran was still ready to respond.

The U.S. military flew two nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to the Middle East in a message of deterrence to Iran on Wednesday, but the bombers have since left the region.

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