ECONOMY FLIGHT? NOT WORTHY OF FIRST CLASS? Soleimani Flies Coach In Cardboard Coffin

New photos and video show cardboard coffins carrying the bodies of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi militia leader Abu Mahdi al Muhandis placed in the cabin of a passenger jet on its way back to Iran.

Soleimani, 62, and Muhandis, 66, died during airstrikes ordered by President Trump days after Iranian-backed militants surrounded the U.S. Embassy in Iraq.

Soleimani’s coffin was laid across a row of seats, and the cabin television played tribute videos of the late general. Soleimani’s remains were being transported to the international airport in Tehran. His coffin was marched through the streets of Baghdad last week before making its way to the Iranian city of Mashhad.

Thousands of Iranians filed into the streets this weekend to mourn Soleimani’s death, and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowed “revenge awaits” for the United States. Khamenei prayed over his body before it made its way to a final resting spot in his hometown of Kerman, Iran.

Iranian Gen. Gholamali Abuhamzeh warned that 35 American targets are within reach of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and Trump shot back, claiming the U.S. had 52 Iranian targets marked if the nation takes revenge.

One reply on “ECONOMY FLIGHT? NOT WORTHY OF FIRST CLASS? Soleimani Flies Coach In Cardboard Coffin”

Are you sure there’s enough of him left to need that big of a box?

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