Zeinab Soleimani (born in 1991) is an Iranian Self Employed from Iran. She is the daughter of Qasem Soleimani (Major General, IRGC). Furthermore, Mr. Soleimani handled the command of the Quds force.
He commanded the 41st military division in the 1980s. He joined the troops at the time of the Iran-Iraq war. Qasem also played a vital role in the Syrian fight issues. He also turned out to be a game-changer in the clandestine operations.
On January 3, 2020, he lost his life in the US Army drone attacks near Baghdad International Airport. Still, the DNA reports of his body have not disclosed. His ring found on the attack site.
Early Life, Parents, Brother & Education
Zeinab Soleimani was born in 1991 in Iran. Her exact age is around 28 years old (as of 2019). The name of Zeinab’s father is Qasem Soleimani.
Still, her mother’s name not revealed. She also has a brother Mohammadreza Soleimani. Furthermore, Qasem Soleimani’s child studied in high school. She did not continue her higher education.
Personal Life, Husband & Marriage
There are no details regarding her spouse. She still kept her personal life private.
Zeinab Soleimani’s relationship status assumed unmarried. On the other hand, she is an active follower of the Islam religion.
|Real Full Birth Name||Zeinab Soleimani.|
|In The News For||Her father Qasem Soleimani died in the drone attack in January 3, 2020.|
|Age (As of 2019)||28 years old.|
|Date of Birth (DOB), Birthday||1991.|
|Sexuality (Gay or Lesbian)||Straight.|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Available.|
|Height (Tall)||Feet & Inches: 5' 5". |
Centimeters: 165 cm.
Meters: 1.65 m.
|Weight||Kilograms: 55 Kg. |
Pounds: 121 lbs.
|Parents||Father: Qasem Soleimani. |
Mother: Name Not Known.
|Siblings||Brother: Mohammadreza Soleimani.|
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|Highest Qualification||High School Graduate.|
Some Lesser Known Facts about Zeinab Soleimani
- Qasem Soleimani’s daughter stayed at home and performed her duties.
- The US Government called Zeinab Soleimani’s dad as a terrorist.
- Still, the attacks of January 3 happened on the command of US President.
- Qasem remained in services from 1978-2020.
- However, he lived in Kerman City and worked on the construction site.
- He paid his family debts.
- On the other hand, he described his loud voice and presence in the army.
- He succeeded Esmail Ghaaniand became the Quds Force commander.
- Moreover, he led the militants’ group that killed Americans in the Iraq war.
- The 2016s Persian book “Noble Comrades 17: Hajj Qassem” (Ali Akbari Mozdabadi) contains his memoirs.
- He usually did not appear in his uniform on the battlefield.