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    Iran is preparing for a war scenario by deploying missiles in Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Sat 01 Sep 2018, 2:06 am


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    TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran has provided Shiite militias in Iraq with ballistic missiles to counter possible attacks on its regional interests and have a way to hit its adversaries in the region, Reuters reported yesterday. A Western source said that "Iran is turning Iraq into a forward missile base" (see p. 8).
    But an Iraqi official denied the order and told Al-Hayat that "the report is not accurate and contains a great mix of information." He stressed that the missiles contained in the report are «from the industry of popular mobilization, and was officially presented at the celebrations of victory on the (organization) Dahesh». He pointed out that the range «does not exceed 50 km», but the information that it «threatens neighboring countries», which is only «media fabrication». He did not rule out that it was "a prelude to using it as a pretext to include an Iraqi faction on the terrorist list or to target individuals opposed to the US presence in Iraq."
    Reuters quoted Iranian, Iraqi and Western sources as saying that the commander of the Quds Force of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, General Qassim Soleimani, has been overseeing the transfer of short-range ballistic missiles to allies in Iraq over the past few months. The sources added that Tehran is helping these groups to start making rockets. "The logic is for Iran to have an alternative plan if it is attacked," one source said.
    And the missiles involved, a model of «earthquake» and «Fateh 110» and «Zulfiqar», ranging from 200 to 700 km, and the spread of countries in the region, if deployed in the south or west of Iraq. "We have similar bases in many places, including Iraq," said a senior commander of the Revolutionary Guards. If America attacked us, our friends attacked their interests in the region. "
    A source in the Iraqi intelligence to the use of Shiite engineers who worked in the factory Zaafaraniya, which produced warheads and the material used in the manufacture of rockets during Saddam Hussein's era, to run the plant. The missile test was announced near Jarf al-Sakhr.
    This comes as the EU seeks to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran in 2015 after the administration of US President Donald Trump imposed sanctions on Tehran after the administration withdrew from the agreement.
    Alistair Burt, the British foreign secretary, arrived in Tehran yesterday to discuss the fate of the deal and Iran's role in Syria and Yemen. "As long as Iran abides by its commitments under the agreement, we will remain committed to it, as we believe it is the best way to ensure a future of peace and security in the region," Burt said.
    Burt's visit comes hours after Tehran rejected French Foreign Minister Jean-Louis Laudrian's statement that "it can not avoid negotiations on three other major issues that concern us, the future of nuclear commitments after 2025, the question of the missile program and the fact that there is some kind of ballistic proliferation from Iran, And the role it plays in the region ».
    "In circumstances where all Iran's efforts with other world powers are negated, through the arrogance and exaggerated demands of some of the partners of the French foreign minister, the Europeans have only to fulfill their commitments regarding the nuclear agreement," Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasimi said. We do not see the necessity or the need, or even the confidence to negotiate with them, about non-negotiable files. "
    "The French leaders know very well that the regional policy of Iran seeks regional and international peace and security and the fight against terrorism and extremism," he said, denouncing the "inability" of the Europeans and their "inability to provide adequate guarantees to maintain an international agreement that is the most important diplomatic achievement of the modern era."
    In Islamabad, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and his counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureshi, who announced his country's support for Tehran's nuclear deal.
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    Iran is preparing for a war scenario by deploying missiles in Iraq Empty IRAN SENDS MISSILES TO IRAQ WARNING ITS ENEMIES

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    "Tehran has provided ballistic missiles to groups that are fighting proxy in Iraq," Reuters quoted Iranian, Iraqi and Western sources as saying. It is developing the ability to make more missiles there to ward off potential attacks on its interests in the Middle East and to have a way to hit its adversaries in the region. According to the agency.
    "Any sign that Iran is preparing a stronger missile policy in Iraq would exacerbate the tension that has already increased between it and Washington after US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the nuclear agreement in 2015 with world powers," the agency said.
    "This would also embarrass France, Germany and Britain, the three European countries signatories to the nuclear agreement, which seeks to save the agreement despite the renewal of US sanctions on Tehran."
    "Iran has moved short-range ballistic missiles to allies in Iraq over the past few months," said three Iranian officials, two Iraqi intelligence sources and two Western intelligence sources. Five officials said they were helping those groups start making rockets.
    "The logic is that Iran has an alternative plan if it is attacked," one official told Reuters. "The number of rockets is not large - just a few dozen, but it can be increased if necessary."
    Iran has previously stated that its ballistic missile activities are purely defensive. Iranian officials declined to comment when asked about the latest steps.
    The missiles involved are the Zelzal, Fatah 110 and Zafqar rockets, ranging from about 200 to 700 kilometers, putting Riyadh in Saudi Arabia and Tel Aviv in Israel at a distance that would be possible if they were deployed in southern or western Iraq.
    The Jerusalem Brigade, the external arm of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, has bases in these areas. Three sources said Qods Force commander Qassem Soleimani was overseeing the program. The agency adds.
     Missile production line
    "The number of rockets does not exceed dozens and the purpose of the transfers is to send a signal to the United States and Israel, especially after air strikes on Iranian forces in Syria," the agency said. The United States has a clear military presence in Iraq.
    "Iran appears to be turning Iraq into a forward missile base," the Western source said.
    "A decision taken about 18 months ago by armed factions to produce rockets in Iraq, but activity has increased in the past few months, including the arrival of rocket launchers," the sources said.
    "We have such bases in many places, including Iraq," said a senior commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards who served during the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s. "America attacked us, attacking our friends and the interests of America and its allies in the region."
    "The factories used in the development of missiles in Iraq are located in Zaafaraniya east of Baghdad and the cliff of the rock north of Karbala," the source said. "There is also a factory in Iraqi Kurdistan," an Iranian source said.
    "The Zaafaraniya factory produced warheads and the ceramic material used to make the missile blocks in the era of Saddam Hussein," the source said. "Local groups renewed the plant's activity in 2016 with Iranian help," he said.
    "A team of engineers who worked at the Saddam-era facility after checking their records was hired to operate the plant," the source said. "The missiles were tested near Jarf al-Sakhr," he said.
    A US official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that over the past few months, Tehran had transferred missiles to groups in Iraq, but could not confirm whether there was any capability to fire those rockets from their current positions. is over.

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