Iranian twitter and Instagram influence operation – Soleimanism
The internet had been flooded with Soleimani positives (intentionally) over the past several days. More so than the past 20 years of constant postings of his greatness. But there is another side of Soleimani that Iran hides.
As the days of the martyrdom of Sardar Delha are approaching, Generals Haj Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mehdi Al-Mohandes are planning to carry out a large operation on Twitter.
He was “one of the most notorious criminals in Iranian history, who had the blood of hundreds of thousands of the people in Iran and the region,” according to Alireza Jafarzadeh, deputy director of the US office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI-US).
Outside of Iran, he is known as a cold-blooded killer, a manipulator, and a subversive figure looking to kill Americans wherever and whenever he can. He was great friends with Imad Mughniyeh. Imad was behind the Marine Barracks bombing near the Beirut Airport, attributed to the Islamic Jihad (another Iranian proxy). Mughniyeh also led several other attacks against Americans in Lebanon during the 1980s.
# @Twitter Soleimani influence operation
Announce to all users of #Cyber_Army_Soldiers_Without_Border – Content axes
1. The secret of the popularity of Haj Qasim and Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes
2. American crime in assassinating resistance martyrs
3. Emphasis on continuing to take severe revenge on the perpetrators of this crime
4. Emphasis on continuing the path of these loved ones
5. The reason for the assassination of the martyrs of the resistance by American terrorists
Sunday 14/10/12 from 20:00 to Monday 1400/10/13 24:00
All of us promise on Sunday from 20:00 to rise again against the perpetrators and perpetrators of the assassination of the martyrs of the resistance
1. راز محبوبیت حاج قاسم و ابومهدی المهندس
2. جنایت امریکا در ترور شهدای مقاومت
3. تأکید بر ادامه انتقام سخت از عاملان این جنایت
4. تأکید بر ادامه راه این عزیزان
5. علت ترور شهدای مقاومت توسط تروریستهای امریکایی
# Ways to bypass Instagram and WhatsApp filters
Aiming to defeat the news boycott of Martyr Haj Qassem Soleimani by Instagram and WhatsApp. Simultaneously with the martyrdom of Haj Qasem Soleimani, share one of his famous sentences (without mentioning his name, image and hashtag) in your Instagram story and WhatsApp status. Get help from the WhatsApp publishing list and send this message to all your contacts so that it rejects 50 thousand signatures, we can approve it in the parliament – World Scan #my_hero #HERO.
– We are the nation of martyrdom, we are the nation of Imam Hussein
– Helping the flood victims is the best defense of the shrine.
– If I sacrifice my life a thousand times for this nation, it is worth it.
– The same girl with low hijab is my daughter, these are our children.
– The Islamic Republic is a shrine, if this shrine remains, other shrines will remain.
– ما ملت شهادتیم، ما ملت امام حسینیم
– کمک به سیل زدگان بهترین دفاع از حرم است.
– اگر من جانم را هزاربار فدای این ملت کنم ارزشش را دارد.
– همان دختر کم حجاب دختر من است، اینها بچه های ما هستند.
– جمهوری اسلامی حرم است، اگر این حرم ماند، دیگر حرم ها می مانند.
# International Twitter Storm – Threats
– Trump the Gambler
Their English Translation is Weak But Understood
مرکز رسانهای سلیمانیسم
– Trump the Gambler
طوفان توییتری بینالمللی به مناسبت دومین سالگرد شهادت سردار شهید حاج قاسم سلیمانی و شهید ابومهدی مهندس
یکشنبه ۱۲ دیماه ۱۴۰۰
ساعت ۲۱ الی ۱:۲۰
با هشتگ ها قهرمان_من_جهت کنید:
International Twistry Storm on the occasion of the second anniversary of the testimony of Sardar Shahid Hajj Qassem Soleimani and Shahid Abelandi Engineer
Sunday 12 Dash 1400
21 to 1:20
With the Heroggers Champion_:
# Attack cyber on Instagram
The need to punish Iran’s enemies on social media
Iran wants to use Instagram and other social media to incite supporters, radicalize others, and execute influence operations. All the while blocking Iranian citizens from accessing social media. Iranian citizens are unable to express their opinions as evidenced by years of kangaroo court cases, jailing, torture, and hangings. Their Basij groups surveil the populace listening and looking for anything deemed anti-revolution. They are used to controlling the narrative internally and when unable to on the Global stage, they whine.
Outside of the Middle East, Soleimani is not revered. In fact, he is known as a purveyor of violence and terror while building and managing Iranian proxy groups. The same proxy groups used to kill Americans.
The claim that Iran is impacting Instagram revenues is false. Instagram was private when acquired by Facebook. Instagram does not have ‘shares.’
The author of this call against Instagram also calls for the slaughter of Israelis (on Instagram).
# Intimating participation in unrelated events to create fear – IRGC
The account attributed to the #IRGC tweeted an implicit confirmation of being involved in the deaths of James C. Willis and Sharon Asman, #American and #israeli commanders, announcing the continuation of revenge by sharing a blurred photo of Gen. McKenzie as the next target.
1_ James C. Willis, Senior Commander of the US Air Force June 26, 2021
2- Sharon Asman, commander of the infantry brigade called “Nahal” on July 1, 2021
3- Kenneth McKenzie, Commander-in-Chief of US Forces in the Middle East.
These three were Complicit in the assassinations of Iranian Quds Force Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi Hashd Commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandes.
In their words:
The daughter of Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, Manar al-Muhandis:
•We will avenge you Abu Mahdi, your brother Hajj Qassem, and your good companions that were martyred with you.
•We will avenge every drop of blood shed in Iraq, Yemen and Syria.
•We will take back Iraqi land that was seized by the US Embassy.
•We will take revenge on the Saudi rulers and hold the Americans accountable. By God, we will not remain silent from now on.
Iran warns of ‘danger’ if slain general’s ‘assassins’ go free. Iran has urged the United Nations to take formal legal action against the US for the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani ahead of the two year-anniversary of his killing, which brought the two countries to the brink of war.
In a letter to the UN General Assembly on Saturday, the legal department of the Iranian presidential office called for “all legal initiatives within its authority,” including the “adoption of a resolution” to condemn such killings and to “take measures to prevent such crimes in the future.”
Gen. Soleimani’s daughter renews vow to avenge father’s assassination
Zeinab Soleimani, the daughter of top Iranian terror commander General Qassem Soleimani who was assassinated by the US forces in Iraq two years ago, has renewed her pledge to avenge her father’s assassination
She announced the continuation of revenge against American and Israeli commanders by publishing a video. The perpetrators of the assassination of Sardar Soleimani, who were captured by the unseen.
Major General Qasem Soleimani was the commander of Iran’s Quds Force (1998), the external wing of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) responsible for liaising with Iran’s global proxies. As head of the Quds Force, Soleimani reported directly to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. In his role, Soleimani helped create, train, fund, arm, and direct Hamas, Hezbollah, the plethora of Iraqi Shia Terrorist groups, the Houthis, cells in Afghanistan, active roles in Venezuela, while directly interfering in Iraqi politics.
The U.S. government, the United Nations, and the European Union have all sanction-designated Soleimani for involvement in either Iran’s nuclear program or the Syrian civil war in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Furthermore, U.S. Central Command documents declassified in 2015 reveal that Iraqi Shiite militants under Soleimani’s command killed more than 500 U.S. service members in Iraq between 2005 and 2011.
U.S. intelligence has also linked Soleimani to a 2011 assassination attempt of Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the United States in Washington, D.C
Soleimani had commanded the Quds Force since 1998, having proven his dedication to the Iranian regime as an IRGC divisional commander during the Iran-Iraq War in the 1980s. As Quds Force commander, Soleimani coordinated Iraqi Shiite militants fighting against U.S. forces between 2005 and 2011. Soleimani also reportedly influenced then-Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to insist on the 2011 U.S. withdrawal.
He led Quds Force operations against ISIS in Iraq, where he oversaw approximately 100,000 Iraqi Shiite fighters and six Iranian training camps, according to August 2016 U.S. military estimates, Soleimani had told Iranian media that he believed Western nations created ISIS in order to target Iran. Soleimani had also accused the U.S. government of seeking to weaken Iran and preserve ISIS.
Soleimani’s influence extended to Syria as well. According to the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Soleimani oversaw Iran’s military support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. One Free Syrian Army commander told the Wall Street Journal in 2013 that Soleimani was “running Syria. [President] Bashar [al-Assad] is just his mayor.” During the October 2016 funeral of IRGC Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani, Soleimani justified Iran’s role in Syria as repayment for Syria’s support during the Iran-Iraq War. He further argued that it was in Iran’s interests to intervene on Assad’s behalf.
Soleimani was banned from international travel because of his 2007 U.N. designation for his role in Iran’s nuclear program. Nonetheless, he reportedly flew to Moscow at least three times—in July 2015, April 2016, and February 2017—for meetings with Russian officials. After Soleimani reportedly traveled to Russia for military discussions in April 2016, the U.S. State Department confirmed that U.N. travel sanctions on Soleimani remained in effect despite the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1.
Despite being dubbed “the shadow commander” in a 2013 New Yorker article, Soleimani had gained celebrity status in Iran. Iranian media began publicizing Soleimani’s role in the fight against ISIS in late 2014, labeling him a hero. Since 2014, Iranian media have published numerous photos of Soleimani with Iranian, Iraqi Shiite, and Hezbollah fighters in Iraq and Syria.
Soleimani learned how to kill in the 80s in the Iran-Iraq war. The US avenged the indiscriminate killing and maiming of American military at the hands of Soleimani.
Soleimani is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of U.S. service members, according to administration officials. They say that under his direction, Iran supplied the explosive devices that killed many Americans in the early years of the Iraq War and that he continued to oversee Shiite militias operating in Iraq.
There was almost no terror attack in the last 20 years that didn’t have Qassem Soleimani’s fingerprints on it,” said Ben Barak, speaking today to Israeli Army Radio. “The [Iranian] entrenchment in Syria, arming [the Lebanese Shiite militia] Hezbollah, the [Hezbollah] precision-guided missile project, contacts with Islamic Jihad in Gaza.
A U.S. federal lawsuit continues today involving more than 300 plaintiffs, nearly all either direct victims or family members of victims of the armor-piercing improvised explosive devices that Iran made and exported to Iraq, known as Explosively Formed Penetrators, or EFPs.
Suleimani led Iran’s Quds Force, an elite branch of the Revolutionary Guard that for years supplied Iraq-based insurgents with bombmaking materials, expertise and tactical training.
Those attacks targeted U.S. troops from at least 2004 through the war’s end in 2011. Ever-increasing armor protection and countermeasures were met with improved tactics and methods that kept killing troops.
Government reports and court filings estimate that at least 1,000 U.S. victims of IED attacks in Iraq can be directly linked to Iranian support through training, materials or employment of the devices.
In December 2018, a sample of those individuals testified in court in Washington, D.C. about the impact of the attacks, while their attorneys strung together evidence and testimony linking the attacks to Iran.
Later in 2019, a federal judge awarded damages in the billions to many of the victims, but it’s unclear if the Iranian government will ever pay any of the claims.
In 2012, HSBC, a British-based investment bank, admitted to its role and agreed to forfeit $1.25 billion; Credit Suisse agreed to forfeit $536 million; Commerzbank AG agreed to pay $1.45 billion; Standard Chartered Bank reached a $340 million settlement; and Barclay’s forfeited $298 million in connection with its violations.