McClatchy is providing a lengthy article on IRGC Quds Force General Suleimani, titled: Is an Iranian general the most powerful man in Iraq?
It describes in detail Suleimani's role in Iran's mission to expand its influence in Iraq and the ME. A must read on Iran's apparent counterpart to American General David Petraeus.
That's a bit of crappy stretch for you to equate a terrorist thug who has no problem killing innocent civilians and abuse his power with a noble military officer like general Petraeus.
Sorry you took offense, Winston.
The comparison was intended in purely objective military terms, and not a reflection of ethical conduct. Both men are military commanders responsible for roughly the same theater of operations.
In the case of Suleimani, the commander has now brokered a total of two military ceasefires in Iraq, one last year and one a few weeks ago. In an objective military analysis, these are accomplishments that shouldn't be diminished by a perspective based upon personal or even national bias.
I was not offended but I am shocked that these days people equate terrorists with normal people.
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