Was Soleimani’s death really needed? – Europe began to ask Washington uncomfortable questions

The US administration tried to justify the assassination of the Iranian general Qassem Soleimani by the need to protect the US citizens. However, in Germany this version was questioned.

So, the Bundestag experts wondered if the assassination of the military leader, which led to an escalation of tension in the Middle East and even actually caused the crash of a passenger plane in Tehran, was a necessity?

According to representatives of the German Parliament, the arguments of the United States officials simply do not allow “to unequivocally answer the question of how the liquidation of Soleimani in Iraq should eliminate the danger to the lives of the US citizens?”

As reported by News Front, earlier the Head of the Pentagon, Mark Esper generally admitted that he had no evidence that the commander of the elite Iranian unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Al-Quds Qassem Soleimani was preparing an attack on four American embassies in the region. Esper stated that the charge was voiced by Donald Trump, and the Pentagon believed the word.