When the US Navy Shot Down an Iranian Commercial Plane Killing 290 People

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On the 3rd of July 1988, the US Navy intentionally shot down an Iranian passenger plane over the Persian (Arabian) Gulf, some 6000 kilometers from the shores of the USA, killing everybody on board, the George H. Bush regime refused to apologize for this horrible war crime!

Not only the US refused to apologize for their war crime, but two of the officers responsible for this horrific war crime were awarded medals.

"I’ll never apologize for the United States of America. Ever. I don’t care what the facts are." VP George H W Bush responding to 1988 attack on Flight 655, an Iranian passenger airliner that was shot down over the Strait of Hormuz by the US Navy, killing all 290 civilians aboard.

Most of you, if not all of you, have not heard of this terrorist attack as you'd hear about a single person mistreated in a country like Iran, the Iranian media keeps reminding the world of this crime every year to expose the ugliness of the 'land of the free,' and the and the 'humanitarian West.'

This is one of tens of thousands of acts of terrorism, war crimes, and deliberate genocide, the US's consecutive regimes committed across the world after the success of the first European settlers in genociding the native people of northern America.

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It's amazing

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