Iran has reiterated its vow of revenge against former US President Donald Trump. A picture of Donald Trump has been shared in the Iranian media, showing him playing golf in the shadow of a B-2 nuclear bomber.
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Trump playing golf in the shadow of B-2
Iran has reiterated its vow of revenge against former US President Donald Trump. A picture of Donald Trump has been shared in the Iranian media, showing him playing golf in the shadow of a B-2 nuclear bomber. In this picture, it is written about taking revenge on those who ordered the assassination of General Qasim Sulemani of the Iranian army.
Trump was shown playing golf under a B-2 bomber
Iran's Tasnim news agency tweeted a photo of Donald Trump playing golf in the shadow of a B-2 bomber. The caption of this tweet read that 'revenge is mandatory'. It is being told that the remarks were made in December by Iran's supreme religious leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to avenge the death of top military commander General Qasim Sulemani.
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Kasim Sulemani was killed on the orders of Trump
On the order of then US President Donald Trump, on January 3, 2020, the Iranian army general Qasim Sulemani was killed by the US military in a drone attack. Sulaimani was leaving the international airport of Baghdad, the capital of Iraq, at that time by car. Buoyed by the death of his general, Iran attacked several US military bases in Iraq.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey also on target
At the same time, many Twitter users have targeted Jack Dorsey, CEO of social media company Twitter, through this picture. He has tagged Jack in his tweet, saying that his platform is against hateful language. Actually, users are calling it a case of hatred against Trump. Because of this, Twitter had banned Trump's Twitter account after the violence in the US Parliament on 6 January.
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Iran is seeking help from Interpol for Trump's arrest
A year after the assassination of its top general Qasim Sulemani, Iran is again seeking help from the international body Interpol for Trump's arrest. Iran has urged Interpol to issue Red Corner notices against 47 US officials, including Trump. Iran had earlier appealed to Interpol in June to issue a red corner notice, but then its appeal was rejected.
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China again stole the technology of American fighter aircraft B-2 Spirit? Made H-20 stealth bomber
This recruitment video of PLAAF first appeared on YouTube on January 5, 2021. Through this video titled 'Dream of Youth', China is wooing its younger generation to recruit in the Air Force. These days, China is under stress with most of the world superpowers, besides America and India. China is entangled with many countries in the South and the East China Sea on one side, including the US, Taiwan, Japan, Brunei, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Malaysia. On the other hand, his tension with India is well known in the Himalayan heights. In such a situation, President Xi Jinping is looking at the idea of making his airforce world-class.
According to a report by the flight technical website Flightglobal, China is now planning to deploy the modern H-20 stealth bomber by removing its H-6 strategic bombers. Many experts have also feared that this Chinese aircraft, like its other aircraft, has been made by stealing technology. The pattern of this aircraft resembles that of the US B-2 and B-21 bombers.
At the same time, a report by National Interest says that this Chinese aircraft still remains mysterious. While the US B-2 and B-21 bombers are combat proofs that have been tried in many wars and intelligence missions. In such a situation, this aircraft cannot succeed in posing any big challenge to America.
China first showcased its mysterious H-20 bomber at the Zhuhai Airshow in 2019. At the same time, a New Zealand Herald report claimed that the H-20 supersonic stealth bomber could double China's strike range. Interestingly, not much information about this aircraft is available on any platform yet.
This has been mentioned in the Pentagon's annual China Military Power Report for 2018 and 2019. The US Defense Ministry's annual China Military Power Report, published in 2019, states that China's H-20 aircraft are capable of attacking 8500 kilometers. It is capable of carrying nuclear and non-nuclear (conventional) weapons.
The B-2 Spirit is considered the deadliest bomber in the world. This bomber aircraft can carry 16 B61-7 nuclear bombs simultaneously. Recently its fleet has included extremely lethal and precise hitting B61-12 nuclear bombs. Not only this, it easily penetrates into enemy territory by dodging the enemy's air defense. One thousand kilo conventional bombs can also be deployed at this bomber. It is considered to be the most effective bomber for attacking the enemy's land.
In 1997, a B-2 spirit bomber cost around $ 2.1 billion. American