Hello,my name is Judith. Thank you for this opportunity to answer your questions.
Yes, it is true if the situation changes and there is no longer a fear of persecution they can terminate your asylum claim.
However, even if the US strikes, it takes a significant period of time to stabilize a country and I think you should be safe.
I don't see this resolving in a short period of time.
I can only speak historically. It is unlikely they would withdraw your asylum. They may deny new claims, but in the past with other countries they have approved the adjustment on claims already approved.
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