A chilling propaganda video showing the fake assassination of US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been shared by an Iranian state-run news agency.
The clip showed Iran’s top officials plotting revenge on the US and its allies following the deadly airstrike on the country’s top general Qassem Solemani.
It continued with a group of men huddled around a board checking targets, which also included Saudi Crown Prince Bin Salman and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
They can then be heard saying “go for the big fish”, while others said, “we should target their head”.
Harrowing footage then shows the iconic Capitol Building burning as Iranian troops race to the White House.
In the next set of images, Donald Trump can be seen dead on the floor with his face and hair lying in flames.
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A transcript of the video, which also includes clips of Trump’s speeches, was posted by the Middle East Research Institute TV Monitor Project.
It said a man using a walkie-talkie said: “We have a report about a terror attack. Hajj Qassem’s vehicle was hit.”
The officials then debate who they should target next, with one going on to add: “A fish rots from the head down.
“We should target their head. If we want to hit them, tonight is the time. I think we should think about it a bit more. C’mon, if you don’t want to hit them, don’t play with us.”
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The video’s release comes after Iran announced the first arrests had been made over the shooting down of a Ukraine passenger jet .
Five rockets were also fired at a US army base in Iraq, sparking fears of a major WW3 escalation.
The Camp Taji base around 17 miles north of Baghdad was hit on Tuesday evening, Arab media reported.
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At least one rocket is believed to have landed close to gates of the base, which is home to coalition forces near Baghdad.
Unconfirmed reports say at least three people have been injured, including one member of the Iraqi security forces.
Arabic media described the attacks as "fierce" and "violent".
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