[size=36]America doubled the number of its troops with two military bases in Iraq[/size]
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The United States is doubling its military presence in Iraq, a Hebrew intelligence website has reported.
The Hebrew news website "Debka" claimed that the US military is increasing its military forces in Iraq, where Washington has doubled the Marines at two military bases in Iraq.
The Israeli website claimed that US forces would be transferred from Jordan to two military bases in Iraq, the Ain al-Assad Air Base in the western Iraqi city of Anbar, which is not far from the Iraqi-Syrian border.
The second American base to be transferred to US Marines is Habbaniyah base, near the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. Adding that US forces will already reach about 10 thousand fighters in the military bases in Iraq.
In the same context, an Israeli website claimed that the United States of America is strengthening its military forces in the Middle East.
The news website "Netscape Net", on Tuesday evening, that the United States of America to strengthen its military presence in Iraq with US troops coming from Jordan.
The Israeli news site that Washington sent more than 60 US military vehicles from Jordan to Iraq, on its way specifically to the city of Anbar, Iraq, which has the largest US military base on the ground in Iraq.
The site said that the Syrian air base in western Iraq will host these new US forces, in order to strengthen and strengthen the US forces as a whole, to counter any Iranian provocations, on the sidelines of verbal skirmishes between the two sides, the US and Iran.
Earlier this week, Washington withdrew its diplomatic staff from its embassy in Baghdad following the weekend attacks on four oil tankers in the Gulf.
The relationship between America and Iran has been strained over the past period, and there seems to be a close war in the region, but the political leaderships of the two countries (Iran and America) have always stressed that they do not want to enter into any war.
The US-Iran crisis saw a dramatic escalation last week after Washington sent the Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier with a number of B-52 bombers to the Gulf before the Patriot missile defense system was deployed in the region.
Relations between Washington and Tehran have become more strained in the wake of Trump's decision this month to try to stop Iran's oil exports altogether and strengthen the US presence in the Gulf in response to what he said were Iranian threats.