BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:40 P.M.) – The Iranian authorities announced on Tuesday, that “the late commander of the Quds Force, General Qassem Soleimani, has dozens of manuscripts that will be published,” saying: “He was very regular and his journals were collected and will be published.”
The special assistant to the head of the Islamic Consultative Assembly in international affairs, Hussein Amir Abdollahian, referred to “the parliament’s role in taking the difficult revenge for the martyrdom of Qassem Soleimani and the method of using the powers of parliament in this regard,” stressing that “revenge for his blood requires patience and harder planning,” the Mehr News Agency reported.
“The head of the judiciary appointed Ayatollah Raisi as a special judge to investigate the Soleimani assassination case, and the country’s judicial authorities were able to collect documents in this regard during their visit to Iraq,” Abdollahian said.
He stated that “General Soleimani has dozens of manuscripts that will be published in the Hajj Qassem Soleimani Foundation. He was very regular and his journals were collected and will be published,” referring to the role of the Islamic Consultative Assembly in combating terrorism, saying: “Parliaments have a very important role in combating terrorism, But in world parliaments, we face a shortage of anti-terrorism legislation. ”
He emphasized, “But the problem lies in the fight against terrorism, which is a complex phenomenon in today’s world. International institutions with specific political opinions and pressure on activists in the region and the world have developed a series of international regulations and tried to use different names such as combating money laundering, combating trafficking or combating terrorism with all of them.”
Abdollahian did not specify when the journals would be made available.