Iran Admits To Shooting Down Airliner With 176 Passengers On Board (REPORT)

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Iran has just confirmed that it shot down a plane with 176 innocent people on board.

According to the Daily Mail, the nation of Iran has just admitted that it is responsible for the explosion of a commercial airline flight that caused the deaths of 176 people on board on January 8th, 2020.

They Shot The Plane Down

According to the report, government officials in Iran have just admitted that its own troops shot down a jetliner earlier this year. They claim that “miscommunication” between troops and their commanders led to the plane being shot down.

However, that story is extremely unlikely.

The incident happened the same night Iran launched a ballistic missile attack targeting US soldiers in Iraq, its response to the American drone strike that killed General Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad on January 3.

Iran Possibly Did It To Spite Trump

Before they started killing their own people who were flying as passengers on the airliner, Iran reportedly attacked American soldiers on the same night.

The attack was made after President Donald Trump ordered the death of General Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad on January 3. And this is possibly why the airliner was shot down to begin with.

Iran Has Murdered Its Own People Before

Just a few months ago, Iran also accidentally shot more than 40 of its own soldiers in an attack. It’s part of their hostile nature.

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Just weeks before that, Iran’s propaganda news companies even called for the assassination of Donald Trump in response to Sleimani’s death.

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