By God’s Grace, Quds Force Commander Hajj Qassem Suleimani Survives US-‘Israeli’-Saudi Assassination Attempt In Iraq’s Salahuddine

by Jonathan Azaziah

A calamitous tragedy of immeasurable proportions was averted late yesterday afternoon in Iraq’s Salahuddine. Quds Force Commander Hajj Qassem Suleimani, the Spear of Liberation and Zion’s most hated enemy, had just finished up a long day in the northern Iraqi province. He prayed in Balad–a frequent target of the Takfiri Goy Golem he helped smash to smithereens–at the shrine of Sayyed Muhammad Ibn Ali al-Hadi, the son of Shi’a Islam’s Tenth Imam (A.S.) and the brother of Shi’a Islam’s Eleventh Imam Hassan al-Askari (A.S.), and then met with Sunni tribal leaders and political parties to discuss preserving the unity of Iraq and thwarting future fitnah. As he was getting ready to head to Baghdad before returning home, he noticed black helicopters and drones passing through the skies–a blatant sign of American surveillance. He then signaled to his driver that they should switch vehicles. And sure enough, right as they were walking to an unmarked jeep, the sedan he planned on utilizing to travel to the Iraqi capital exploded in a gargantuan fireball. Hajj Qassem was lightly wounded in the blast–which was brought on by a whopping 1,500 kilograms of military-grade explosives. Continue reading By God’s Grace, Quds Force Commander Hajj Qassem Suleimani Survives US-‘Israeli’-Saudi Assassination Attempt In Iraq’s Salahuddine