Red Flag unfurled above the Mosque in the Qom, Iran

Red flag was unfurled over the Jamkaran Mosque in Iran’s Qom on Saturday. Red Flag is a signal of seeking revenge. Iran’s most powerful Commander of IRGC’s Quds Force General Qassem Suleimani and other died in the US strike at Baghdad international airport on Friday.

To avenge the assassination of the top Iranian general Qaseem Suleimani, Iran has issued a war alert by hoisting a red flag at the historic Jamkaran mosque located in the city of Qom. Red flag in Iran is considered a declaration of war.

“Those who want to avenge the blood of Hussein,” These words have been written on the Red flag in Arabic. Red flags in Shiite tradition symbolize both blood spilled unjustly and serve as a call to avenge a person who is slain.

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“A Severe Revenge awaits,” Iran Supreme leader Imam Sayyed Ali Khamenei tweeted on friday after the US strike at Baghdad Airport.

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