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Iran’s generals are weeping for Qasem Soleimani. But soon they will prepare to fight

4 January 2020

9:56 PM

4 January 2020

9:56 PM

It has been 24 hours since America droned Qasem Soleimani near Baghdad airport. Now both Iran and the United States are getting ready to deal with a new reality in the Middle East that has (quite literally) exploded into being.

There is a mutual recognition that when Soleimani died, the old rules of the game died alongside him.

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