Iran vows revenge as it unfurls red flag of WAR after America executed General Soleimani
- 4 Jan 2020
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IRAN pinpointed 35 'key US targets' as it unfurled a red flag of revenge after its top general was assassinated in a US drone strike.
The chilling display is seen as a clear warning the Islamic Republic is ready to fulfil its worrying pledge to strike back at America and Donald Trump.
Chillingly written across the "war flag" were the words: "Those who want to avenge the blood of Hussein".
Red flags in Shiite tradition symbolise both blood spilled unjustly and serve as a call to avenge a person who is slain.
It was hoisted above the important Jamkaran Mosque which is on the outskirts of the holy city of Qom, about 100 miles south of Tehran.
Iran will respond to the United States killing of Iranian Quds force chief Qassem Soleimani "any time and in any manner", Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said.
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