Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Iranian-Backed Militias In Iraq Are Blaming The U.S. And Israel For Attacks On Their Bases

In this Monday, Aug. 12, 2019 file photo, plumes of smoke rise after an explosion at a military base southwest of Baghdad, Iraq. A fact-finding committee appointed by the Iraqi government to investigate a massive munitions depot explosion near the capital Baghdad has concluded that the blast was the result of a drone strike. A copy of the report was obtained by The Associated Press Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019. (AP Photo/Loay Hameed, File)

The Guardian: Iranian-backed militia blames US and Israel for attacks on bases in Iraq

Claim that drone strike caused blast near Baghdad follows leaked findings of Iraqi inquiry

An Iranian-backed militia in Iraq has accused the US and Israel of involvement in an alleged drone strike on a munitions warehouse near Baghdad last week, the latest in a series of mystery explosions at similar bases.

The claim came after the findings of an Iraqi government inquiry into the huge blast at the facility of the Popular Mobilisation Forces (PMF) were leaked.

A spokesman for the PMF said it had intelligence that showed the US had brought in four Israeli drones earlier this year to work as part of the US fleet in Iraq and target militia positions in the country.

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WNU Editor: These Iranian-backed Iraqi militias are also implicating Russia ..... Russia, U.S. agree Israel can strike Iranian targets in Iraq - report (Jerusalem Post).

More News On Iranian-Backed Militias In Iraq Blaming The U.S. And Israel For Attacks On Their Bases

Iran-backed militias blame US for attacks on bases in Iraq -- AP
Iraq paramilitary force blames US for base attacks -- AFP
Iraq paramilitary force blames US and Israel for mystery blasts -- BBC
Iranian-backed militia: U.S. allowed Israeli aircraft to attack Iraqi bases -- Jerusalem Post
Iran-backed militias: US allowing 4 Israeli drones to carry out strikes in Iraq -- Times of Israel
Israel suspected of being behind strikes against Iran-backed militias in Iraq -- Washington Examiner
Is Iraq in the cross-hairs of Israeli strikes? - Analysis -- Jerusalem Post

2 comments:

Roger Smith said...


Ooooooohhhhhh noooooooo. Taking a page from the playbook of the prior occupant of the White House, these dinosaurs in the age of mammals are blaming others for their now smoking ammo dump[s].
Could be Allah's blessed will. Something you might have done in the past, boys?

Anonymous said...

(((russia)))

(((burgerland)))

hold on Johnson don't die you have not yet reached the goyim kill goal that our master shekelberggoldstien has set.

*coughing blood* long live israel