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Two US officials: Israel launched attacks in Iraq in recent days

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Two US officials: Israel launched attacks in Iraq in recent days Empty Two US officials: Israel launched attacks in Iraq in recent days

Post by rocky on Fri 23 Aug 2019, 2:34 am

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[size=18]WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Israel has carried out several strikes in Iraq in recent days on ammunition depots in Iraq and a Middle East intelligence official said it launched an air raid on a weapons cache last month, The New York Times reported on Monday.


The New York Times reported in its report (Thursday evening) that Israel was responsible for an attack on an armory in Iraq on July 19, referring to the targeting of a base in Amerli. 

The intelligence official interviewed by the New York Times said the attack last month targeted a base used by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards to transport weapons to Syria, according to the newspaper, which quoted the US official that the raid was launched from inside Iraqi territory, and destroyed a shipment of guided missiles up to one range. Of which 120 miles.







The newspaper pointed out that the latest Israeli attacks were launched on Monday at the Balad Iraqi base in Salah al-Din province north of Baghdad, Katyusha rockets and mortars and bombs. 

The New York Times saw the July 19 attack as the first Israeli attack in Iraq in nearly four decades. 

The New York Times report follows suggestions by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that his country is acting against Iran on many fronts, which some interpreted as a reference to recent attacks in Iraq.


The deputy chairman of the Popular Mobilization Council, Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes, last Wednesday accused US forces of being "the first and last responsible" for the attacks, which were carried out "by agents or by quality operations with modern aircraft." 

He accused the Americans of "bringing four Israeli drones" into Iraq to carry out "sorties" targeting Iraqi military headquarters. He also threatened that the PMF would treat any foreign aircraft flying over its positions without the Iraqi government's knowledge as "enemy aircraft." 


MP Faleh al-Fayyad, in a statement issued after the engineer's statement, played down the accusations made by the latter. Responsible in order to take appropriate positions. "

On Thursday evening, the Popular Mobilization Commission published a video showing the air defenses of the Hashd forces confronting a "hostile" march that attempted to reconnaissance the headquarters of the 12th Brigade in the Baghdad belt.
 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi last week ordered the transfer of all ammunition depots belonging to the armed forces or armed factions outside the cities. 

He also revoked all permits for private flights of Iraqi or foreign aircraft, which means the prime minister must pre-authorize flights, including those carried out by the US-led coalition to fight ISIS.


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