Iran issues warrant for arrest of US President Trump, seeks help from Interpol


Tehran: Iran has sought help from Interpol by issuing warrants for the arrest of US President Donald Trump and dozens of others over the death of a top Iranian general in a drone strike in Baghdad. A local prosecutor gave this information on Monday. Tehran prosecutor Ali Alkasemehar said that Trump and more than 30 people have been accused of involvement in the January 3 airstrikes. General Qasim Soleimani was killed in Baghdad in this attack.


General Soleimani was killed in this attack.

Local prosecutor Ali Al Qaseemar said on Monday that Iran had issued an arrest warrant and asked Interpol for help to take the US President Donald Trump and dozens of others into custody. They believe that the incident that killed a top Iranian general in a drone attack in Baghdad was carried out by all these people.

There is no threat of arrest by US President Trump, but since Trump unilaterally pulled America back from Tehran’s nuclear deal with the world’s powers. Tensions between Iran and the United States are becoming increasingly evident with such allegations.

Murder and terrorism case against 30 others

According to a report by ISNA, a semi-governmental news agency, local prosecutor Ali Alkasemehr said Trump and more than 30 people who have been accused by Iran of being involved in a January 3 airstrike that killed General Qasim Soleimani in Baghdad was. Trump and other 30 people have also been charged with murder and terrorism. Alkasemehar did not identify anyone other than Trump but insisted that Iran would continue to prosecute Trump even after he stepped down from his presidency. Interpol, based in Lyon, France, declined to comment at present.

Alkasimer also said that Iran had requested a red corner notice for Trump and others representing the highest level of arrest request issued by Interpol. It is unlikely that Interpol will accept Iran’s request because According to his guidelines, he cannot interfere in matters of a “political nature”.