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Le Monde's praise of IRGC's Suleimani sparks outrage

Suleimani with terror militiamen
Activists in Iran and worldwide turned very angry at what they saw as 'new low from France's Le Monde by praising Iran's criminal Qassem Suleimani.

They say the newspaper should not propagate for such a global terrorist upon whose instructions thousands of innocent civilians had been killed.

The French newspaper published a lengthy article on Suleimani, glorifying his bloody path for power in Iran.

The paper claims he has cemented "the Axis of Resistance", which connects Tehran to the Mediterranean through Iraq, Syria and Lebanon.

It also spoke with 'pride' about his criminal legacy, saying he 'facilitated the entry of Russian forces into Syria in collaboration with Putin. 

Le Monde also went on to say he is 'the most powerful man in the Middle East since 37 years.

This prompted analysts to say 'Le Monde is rebranding Iran's criminal and reintroducing him to the world' which seems to be still deceived by the criminals of Iran.

A report published on the Baghdad Post said IRGC Qods Force commander Qassem Soleimani spends billions of dollars in Iraq to fund the Shiite militias and instigate sectarian violence.

He has his hands stained with blood of the Syrians, Iraqis, and Yemenis as he oversees the activities of pro-Iran terror militias in these countries.

Through Sulimani, Iran is seeking to mimic Hizbullah terror militia's style in Yemen through Houthis, Reuters revealed, saying Tehran is increasing support for the Houthi militiamen through sending in more sophisticated equipment, military advisors and personnel to Yemen.