Iran

Regardless of which country launched the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iran's top nuclear scientist, there seems to be one unverified consensus on social media: Donald Trump was probably involved in some way, shape or fashion.

Leaders on Twitter are quick to collect him.

The apparent efforts by Iranians at trying to divide and conquer Americans through misinformation and propaganda was reminiscent of when Iran tried to do the same to Black Americans in 2015.

The next step for all of us, regardless of where we fall in the argument over the memes, is figuring out the best way for us to do the most good and offer the most support to those who are going to be ravaged by America’s warmongering.

As Iran launched missiles at American targets in Iraq in retaliation to President Donald Trump authorizing the assassination of an Iranian general, the topic of conscientious objectors became a thing.

Iran has abandoned the Obama-orchestrated nuclear deal following the Trump-ordered hit on Iran, which killed Qasem Soleimani.

A U.S. soldier took to Instagram asking for prayers and positivity in light of the recent assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Black leaders react to Trump-ordered hit on Qassem Soleimani.

Black Twitter wasn't exactly downplaying the very real possibility of World War III after Trump authorized a military strike to kill a top-ranking Iranian military leader. The gifs and memes speak for themselves.

he assassination of a top Iranian official by a U.S.-sanctioned military strike on Thursday thrust the two countries closer to an all-out war, perhaps by design.