The Iranian regime will mark the second anniversary of the assassination of Qassem Suleimani, who was killed in a US attack on January 3, 2020.
NEWSRAEL: Last week, we reported that an Iranian general said: "The Revolutionary Guards are pursuing cruel and harsh revenge as revenge for the assassination of Qassem Suleimani." And hinted that President Biden may be a target.
A Iraqi intelligence document reveals the existence of a pro-Iranian militia plot to attack the US embassy with missiles, in retaliation for the killing of the senior Iranian official - Quds Force Commander of the Revolutionary Guards, Qassem Suleimani and Deputy Chief of the Iraqi People's Military Authority Mahdi al-Mohandis, near Baghdad airport, following a US attack on his convoy.
The document recommended increasing security measures in Baghdad and conducting thorough searches in the area east of the capital, where there are armed militias loyal to Iran.
Suleimani's name was on the list of terrorists wanted by the United States, because of his role in operating armed militias loyal to Iran in Syria and Iraq, and in the Middle East in general.
According to an analysis published by the Bloomberg newspaper, US President Joe Biden needs to show the Iranian side that the US is prepared to do more than just impose economic sanctions to deter Iran's nuclear ambitions.
Suleimani, the architect of the Iranian Quds Force, and one of the most important people who planned to set up armed militias in Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen.
Bloomberg's estimates suggest that Iran's leaders intend to discuss the issue of killing Suleimani with the American side in the coming years as well.
The Iranian regime sees Suleimani's killing as "further justification for reviving the nuclear and ballistic missile program, as well as its broader policy as is currently being pursued in the Middle East."