Tehran Prosecutor General Ali Alqasi-Mehr has identified 36 individuals he says contributed to the death of Lieutenant General Qasem Soleimani in January, with U.S. President Donald Trump among those he told Interpol on Monday to arrest in relation to the matter.

“Thirty-six individuals who cooperated, collaborated, and participated in the assassination of Hajj Qassem, including political and military authorities of the U.S. and other countries, have been identified,” Alqasi-Mehr said, according to the domestic ISNA news outlet.

The arrest warrant listing “murder and terrorism charges” has been issued and forwarded to Interpol for immediate action, he added. Alqasimehr was quoted as saying that Iran has asked Interpol to put out a “red notice” for Trump and the others – the highest-level arrest request issued by the international organization.

Interpol later issued a statement saying its guidelines for notices forbids it from “any intervention or activities of a political” nature and that it “would not consider requests” of this kind.

Brian Hook, the U.S. special representative for Iran, dismissed the arrest warrant announcement during a news conference in Saudi Arabia on Monday.

“It’s a propaganda stunt that no one takes seriously and makes the Iranians look foolish,” Hook said.

The U.S. killed Soleimani and others in the January strike near Baghdad International Airport. It came after months of rising tensions between the two countries. Iran retaliated with a ballistic missile strike targeting American troops in Iraq.

Trump, who was vacationing at his estate in Palm Beach, Florida, when news of the successful attack was first announced, sent out a tweet of an American flag.

He later expanded on that further:

Soleimani was the commander of Iran’s elite military forces, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps-Quds Force, as well as the commander of Iranian-controlled Shia militia terrorist forces in Iraq, Syria, and around the world.

Now Iran’s senior prosecutor wants revenge and has Trump at the top of the list, saying the president will be facing prosecution “even after his term as president is over.”

He was also quoted as saying Iran had requested a “red notice” be put out for Trump and the co-accused, the highest-level notice issued by Interpol.

Red Notices are issued for fugitives wanted either for prosecution or to serve a sentence. A Red Notice is a request to law enforcement worldwide to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender, or similar legal action.

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  • William Conley says:

    Yeah Interpol isn’t going to ever take a single arrest warrant you send for anyone for any reason seriously. Because you’re a nation of terrorists and the entire world including Interpol is very aware of this. Did they seriously waste their time and money on making this list, and sending it to Interpol couldn’t have possibly been cheap or easy. I feel like they could have put their time and money to better use. For example basic human rights and freedoms for your people, or maybe some modern medical care availability to your population beyond the handful of elites. Maybe just maybe letting a woman like go outside and make her own decisions.

  • SanePatriot says:

    haha… stupid Iranians… just wait until Israel blows your hateful minions to smithereens… that’ll be really fun to watch. Allahu AkhBOOM.

  • Marie says:

    Love, love, love Trump. First President in many many years with guts.