A top commander was killed in an American attack; Iraq court now issued warrant against Donald Trump

A top commander was killed in an American attack; Iraq court now issued warrant against Donald Trump
Iraq's court has issued an arrest warrant against US President Donald Trump, who is facing worldwide criticism for his stubborn stance and the rise of supporters. The court has issued this warrant in the case of the murder of top military commander Abu Mahdi Al Muhandis. On January 3 last year, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis along with Iranian General Qasim Suleimani were killed in the US attack.

The Iraqi court media office said a warrant has been issued by the Baghdad investigative court in the case of the killing of General Qasim Suleimani and Abu Mahdi Al Muhandis in the US drone attack. Sulemani and Muhandis were killed in a US drone strike outside Baghdad Airport in January last year, deepening the dispute between the US and Iraq.

US President Donald Trump ordered a drone attack on two top military officers last year and later said two people were killed at the cost of one. The United Nations condemned Trump's move, calling it 'arbitrary' action. In this regard, the Iraq court has now issued a warrant against Trump. This warrant has been issued under Section 406 of the Penal Code, which provides for capital punishment in all pre-determined murder cases.

The Iraqi court said the preliminary investigation had ended, but the investigation of other criminals involved in the attack would continue. Earlier, Iran has also issued a warrant against Donald Trump in this case. Not only this, Iran has again sought help from international body Interpol for Trump's arrest, a year after the assassination of its top general Qasim Suleimani. Iran has requested Interpol to issue Red Corner notices against 47 US officials, including Trump. Iran first appealed to Interpol in June to issue a Red Corner notice, but then its appeal was dismissed.

Post a Comment

0 Comments