[size=36]Parliamentary Security accuses the government of hiding facts from unknown aircraft targeting crowd positions[/size]
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accused the Security and Defense Committee in the House of Representatives, on Sunday, the government to hide the facts from unknown aircraft targeting the crowd sites.
Ali al-Ghanmi, a member of the committee, said that "for unknown reasons, the government is hiding important information about the drones targeting the Falcon camp, headquarters of the Popular Mobilization Brigade 30, which was bombed for the second time in a month."
"The decision of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to prevent military aircraft flying in Iraqi airspace, proved that the camp Falcon south of Baghdad was targeted by unknown aircraft."
"What is going on in Iraq regarding the drones, the targeting of the Falcon camp and the decisions to prevent the overflights of military aircraft is proof that Iraq has doubts about the weapons bombings inside the camps, accusing the government of concealing the facts," he said.
Alon Ben-David, military commentator for Israeli television channel Alon Ben-David, disclosed details of air strikes carried out by Israel in Iraq, targeting missile bases and systems that threaten the Israeli depth.
Ben-David said in an analysis published by the website of the newspaper "Maariv", that "the Israeli raids on military bases inside Iraq recently, aimed at harming missile systems that could threaten the depth of Israel, as well as striking bases used to transfer arms shipments from Iran to Syria And Lebanon. "
He added that "Israel designed its attacks in Iraq, so that they are without noise, and does not lead to embarrassment of the Iraqi government," noting that "Tel Aviv has no reason to antagonize the Iraqis at this stage."
He noted that "Israel notes that the Iraqi government does not rush to accuse Tel Aviv of responsibility for the attacks, despite the fact that deputies in the Iraqi parliament called on the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi to take a position."
The Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, instructed to cancel all approvals related to aviation in the Iraqi airspace (reconnaissance, armed reconnaissance, fighter planes, helicopters, drones of all kinds) to all Iraqi and non-Iraqi parties, and restrict the approvals to be exclusively commander-in-chief of the armed forces. or authorized fundamentalist ", calling on all sides to fully comply with this directive.
and threatened that any airline traffic otherwise considered , flying enemy is dealt with defenses air immediately.
announced the international coalition led by the United States of America, yesterday, Walt Obliged him to Abdul Mahdi's decision to control the airspace.
The coalition said that "senior leaders in the headquarters of the joint operations of the determination process, met with officials in the Iraqi Ministry of Defense, to discuss the decision of Abdul-Mahdi."
The statement stressed that "the international coalition as a guest within the sovereign borders of Iraq, abides by all Iraqi laws and directives of the Iraqi government, and the US-led coalition immediately committed to all directions by our Iraqi partners in the implementation of the order of Abdul-Mahdi."