Israel 'Given Advance Notice Of U.S. Plan to Kill Iranian Gen. Soleimani,' U.S. Congress Left In The DarkChris Menahan
Jan. 03, 2020
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The Trump administration reportedly gave Israel advance notice of US plans to assassinate Iranian General Qassem Soleimani but did not consult with our own congress before the attack.
Is this America First or Israel First?
From the LA Times, "Israel had advance notice of U.S. plan to kill Iranian general Suleimani, report says":
Israel had advance notice of the U.S. plan to kill Iranian military leader Gen. Qassem Suleimani, Israeli military and diplomatic analysts reported Friday night while refraining from providing further details due to heavy military censorship.It was reported at the start of January 2018 that the US gave Israel the green light to assassinate Qassem Soleimani -- but of course it fell on America!
Netanyahu on Friday praised Trump for carrying out the targeted assassination of Israel's top enemy:
Trump, who was elected on a platform of getting America out of foreign wars and putting America First, also reportedly ordered 3,500 more US troops to be sent to the Middle East.
Though Trump gave a speech Friday afternoon insisting he doesn't want to "start a war" with Iran and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that "de-escalation is the United States' principal goal," a second airstrike was carried out in Iraq on Friday targeting members of Iraq's Popular Mobilisation Force, who are said to have ties with Iran.
The PMF claimed the strikes actually killed a convoy of medics, not their senior leaders, Reuters reported.
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