Again, it should be emphasized that political and military tensions are detrimental to the safety of the human species.
Prior and subsequent events to the Baghdad, Iraq, January 2, 2020, assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, are indicative of the dangers posed by heightened tensions between feuding actors.
The Donald Trump ordered assassination of the Iranian general in sovereign Iraq at a time of already high tensions, was a reckless act. Iran's promised and actual response to that event via missile attacks on installations housing United States (US) forces in Iraq, were also risky in adding to an already volatile atmosphere in the Middle East.
Most catastrophic of all has been the erroneous downing of a Ukraine commercial flight in Iran that doomed 176 innocents. Both Iran and Donald Trump should shoulder the blame for the conditions that resulted in that tragedy.
Tensions of conflict are dangerous man-made conditions, therefore, those obliging such explosive affairs are accountable for all events immediate and secondary of heightened tensions.