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“Beware the trap, Trump!” Iran’s Foreign Minister Reveals War Threatening Conspiracy

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned U.S. President Donald Trump on Twitter of an impending provocation by Israeli agents plotting to start a war. “Beware of the trap, Trump!” – the Iranian minister urged.

So far, 45th U.S. President Donald Trump remains hardly the only White House head in the past decade who has not unleashed a single war. However, political experts – experts in the Middle East – do not rule out the possibility that he could still make a mistake and start a war against Iran.

There are plenty of prerequisites. Suffice it to recall the two high-profile assassinations – Iranian general and commander of the special unit in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Qassem Suleimani (happened a year ago) and Iranian nuclear physicist, “father of the Iranian atomic bomb” Mohsen Fakhrizadeh Mahabadi.
"Beware the trap, Trump!" Iran's Foreign Minister Reveals War Threatening Conspiracy
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, on his official Twitter account, warned Trump of a plot and an impending trap. According to the minister, Israeli agents are preparing a provocation to start a war. The Iranian foreign minister said this, citing available intelligence from Iraq.

According to the provocateurs’ scenario, there must be an attack on Americans. This threatens the start of military action by Washington against Tehran. Trump has previously made an unequivocal promise in the event of an attack on U.S. citizens.

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“New intelligence from Iraq shows that Israeli agent provocateurs are plotting attacks on Americans by linking the outgoing Trump with a false ‘casus belli of war,'” Zarif sharpened his point.

The Iranian minister directly addressed the still-active U.S. president, “Beware of the trap, Donald Trump.” The Iranian foreign minister also warned the White House head that “any fireworks will have unpleasant consequences, especially against your best friends.”

However, the minister did not disclose any other details of the alleged provocation.

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