A number of Jordanian and Gulf airlines have been killed by Iranian general Qasim Sulaimani and several Iraqi and Iranian allies in an operation by the US military at an international airport in Baghdad, Iraq. For which the airline service has been temporarily suspended. According to Arab TV, Jordanian Royal Airlines announced in a statement that Baghdad in view of the security situation following the killing of Iranian passenger revolution leader Qasim Sulaimani and Iranian Iraqi military commanders in the US airstrike.
The same thing that was feared after the death of Iranian General Qasim Sulaimani and his many Iraqi
Flights have been suspended at the international airport. The Gulf Air tweeted that flight operations for Baghdad and Najaf have been suspended in Iraq in view of the security situation in Iraq. Meanwhile, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has appointed General Ismail Ghani the new commander of the Quds Force, an important part of the Revolutionary Party. He was the deputy of General Qasim Sulaimani who was killed. According to Iranian TV, General Ghani has been involved in the revolution since 1997 and for many years, Deputy General Suleimani has been coming. Meanwhile, after the death of Suleimani, thousands of people have participated in anti-US protests in the capital Tehran. In view of the regional situation, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returned home after shortening his visit to Greece.