[A footage from Iran’s state-run TV, showing IRGC Quds Force commander Qassem Suleimani in a combat zone in Syria. The images attempt at portraying him as the commander leading the war against ISIS in Syria and Iraq.]
–Haj Agha, it is over. Thank God.
Qassem Suleimani: No, it is just the beginning. It is far from over. A difficult part of it is over.
–The guys said you had ablution [for saying prayer].
Qassem Suleimani: A difficult part of it is over. Pray for us. May God accept it!
–God willing. Haj Agha, when they go from here, will it make the southern cities and Baghdad safer?
Qassem Suleimani: This is our biggest and toughest operation. God willing, it will be over. It is very good. May God help [us] to finish it. God willing.
Qassem Suleimani: May God protect you!
Narrator: When the commander is on the front line facing bullets to lead his forces, then how can one stay [at home]? One should go to the battlefield, to be beside someone who only works today for the coming of that big day [Judgement Day]. He walks slowly on top of the trench [in battlefield] and is constantly browbeating himself, asking if he would be acquitted on the Judgement Day. People listened to him and came to the battlefield so that the ominous shadow of ISIS would no longer be cast on Iraqi and Syrian lands. No matter what, the victorious in this field are Shiites, Sunnites, and even those Christians who have love Hossein ibn Ali in their hearts.