Following his martyrdom, General Haj Qassem Soleimani became a symbol and hero for the Iranian people, especially for Muslim and freedom-loving youth throughout the globe.
Many observers have accurately remarked that Martyr Soleimani has become a beacon of hope, strength, and the key to endurance and success in the Middle East. Indeed, Martyr Soleimani is now more dangerous to his opponents than he was when he was alive.
On the orders of then-US President Donald Trump, Haj Qassem Soleimani, the adored leader of Islam, and his devoted comrades were assassinated by American UAVs on the morning of January 3, 2020.
The US terrorist strike on that ominous day claimed the lives of Brigadier General Hossein Jafarinia, Colonel Mozaffarinia, Maj. Hadi Taremi, and Capt. Vahid Zamanian.
Haj Qassem was a brilliant strategic thinker when it came to assessing the enemy’s strength and activities.
His desire for martyrdom drove him to the front lines of conflicts and wars against the adversary, and his trust in Heaven made the adversaries’ threats unimportant.
He’d had a nice night’s rest away from oppressors, dictators, and Takfiris.
His name continues to disturb the Zionist, Takfiri, and US imperialist nests.
Thanks to Gen. Soleimani’s ideas, the Resistance Front has become a well-established and successful movement.
The humiliation of Zionism and Takfir in the face of it, as well as the message of Soleimani’s worldview, was recognised all across the world.
The US should be aware that Ashura provides strength to liberation warriors like Gen. Soleimani, as well as all Muslims who follow in his footsteps.
Millions of Iranians are willing to do so for the rest of their lives, instilling fear in both imperialists and Takfiris.
As Hajj Qassem put it, Trump, who was and still is a losing gambler, failed strategically in his awful objectives of partitioning and conquering Iran and Iraq.
Two great warriors, Soleimani and Al Muhandis, were assassinated, cementing a historic bond between Iranians and their Iraqi comrades and instilling in them a lifelong hatred of US policy.
The martyrdom of Soleimani, Abu Mahdi, and their comrades was anticipated to bring the Islamic movement to an end; yet, owing to their priceless blood, the US has abandoned Afghanistan and, ultimately, Iraq.
Meanwhile, pro-democracy fighters are gaining momentum in Yemen, and the Middle East’s anti-imperialism movement is stronger than it was two years ago.
Without a doubt, Haj Qassem’s killers, like Trump and others of his ilk, will be forgotten, but Martyr Soleimani was and continues to be Iran’s and the Islamic world’s greatest national figure.
The massive and unique display of homage shown by Iranians during Haj Qassem’s funeral demonstrates that Gen. Soleimani’s eternal sacrifice is a national and international issue.