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Israeli analysis: Anyone who attacked Iranian bases in Iraq did it secretly and without fighter plan

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Post by rocky on Sat 17 Aug 2019, 3:07 am

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[size=52]Israeli analysis: Anyone who attacked Iranian bases in Iraq did it secretly and without fighter planes[/size]

[size=45]JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli military analyst Alon Ben David ruled out on Friday his country's targeting of fighter jets by Iranian military bases in Iraq, stressing that Tel Aviv would not allow Iraq to turn into a missile-smuggling route and no launch pad.
[size=45]David said in an analysis published in the Israeli newspaper "Maariv" in today's edition, that the incident of this week's explosion in an ammunition depot in Baghdad caused a wave of rumors and speculation as if talking about an Israeli attack. Although the incident was caused by a flaw rather than an attack, the tally of media reports published in recent weeks paints a picture of the Israeli battle against Iran that shows it is widening to the periphery of Iraq and possibly to other undisclosed arenas.[/size]
[size=45]According to the reports, Israel returned to military activities in Iraq 38 years after the destruction of the nuclear reactor in Baghdad.[/size]
[size=45]David said the perpetrator of the recent attacks against Iranian bases in Iraq had done so in secret. There were no fighter jets in the air during the attacks, and no tools could be used to link Israel. If Israel extends its battle against Iran beyond Syrian territory, it can be assumed that it is using all its arms in this effort.[/size]
[size=45]He noted that in recent months the Iranians have been deporting their arms smuggling activities from Damascus International Airport, after repeated Israeli air force attacks against the airport made it clear to Syrians that it could not be used as an airport and as a smuggling route. The Iranians were forced to go out and deploy in the farthest Syrian Air Force bases - in Hama, Aleppo, Homs and T4, but Israel continued to attack them there according to foreign media, so they headed on the ground track.[/size]
[size=45]With full control of President Bashar al-Assad's army at the Albukamal border crossing between Syria and Iraq, Iran has opened the way for trucking arms shipments to Syria through Iraq and then into Lebanon, the Israeli analyst said. Iran has not yet used the sea route to the port of Beirut, but it can be assumed that it will use it at some point.[/size]
[size=45]He added that, based on recent media reports in the Arab world, Israel has decided not to wait for these weapons shipments to arrive in Syria and thwart them at the beginning.[/size]
[size=45]David said that if the reports were true, launching air strikes in Iraq was a complex issue. Even if they are not launched by the air force, they must be coordinated with the Americans who are still in Iraqi territory. It must be managed without provoking any unnecessary hatred among Iraqis. Although Iran has a significant influence in Iraqi politics, Israel does not want to turn Iraqis into enemies, given that it does not currently have any conflict with them.[/size]
[size=45]However, Israel would not allow Iraq to be a smuggling route, nor would an Iranian missile installation area that could pose a threat to it, David concluded. So far, Iraq has officially refrained from accusing Israel of attacks. Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, who has vowed that Iraq will not be a base for launching Iranian missiles, is silent. It is also interesting that Iran does not officially address these attacks, perhaps because it has something to hide.[/size]


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