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    British newspaper reveals new details of Israeli strikes on sites in Iraq

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    The Times newspaper published an article for its Middle East correspondent Richard Spencer under the headline "Israel attacks Shiite factions in its hidden war against Iran", with the start of another war in the Middle East last month. 
    The writer quoted a Western diplomat as saying that "Israel has expanded the circle of targeting Iran." 
    It is now almost certain that Israeli planes bombed Iraq twice last month, possibly one by a drone, for the first time since its forces destroyed the Iraqi nuclear reactor in 1981. 
    "The attacks on the bases they occupy," the writer says. Iranian-backed Shiite factions are opening a new front in a complex game of indefinite attacks and transgression, while wars are almost ending and fading in Syria and Iraq.
    The first attack, which targeted a military base used by the Badr Corps in an area near Amerli in Salahuddin province, which included Iranian Revolutionary Guards and Hezbollah battalions, was overshadowed by news of Iran's seizure of a British oil tanker. 
    Nine days later, another attack on Camp Ashraf, northeast of Baghdad, belonging to the Badr Brigade led by Hadi al-Amiri, described as "one of the most important political decision-makers in Iraq", leaving more than 40 dead, including members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. According to regional newspapers, all evidence refers to Israel. 
    The writer explains that evidence leaked after the attacks indicated that the first site contained medium-range missiles inside refrigeration trucks and that another shipment of missiles reached the second site from the border with Iran.
    The writer says that "Iraq is an important ally of the United States and at the same time has strong relations with Iran as it tries to balance in its relations with the two countries are very adversarial." 
    Israel's top priority is to bomb sites in Syria used by Iran to build a military presence there, and Israeli leaders were quoted as saying that if militia positions and camps in Iraq were used to build an Iranian presence there, they would not be immune from bombing. 
    Iran has moved its medium-range missiles (700 km) to cover a range sufficient to strike Tel Aviv from Iraq, according to Spencer. 
    "One of his colleagues believes that the missiles were coming from Iran to the Shiite brigades in Iraq," the Badr Brigade and the Hezbollah Brigades, according to the article.
    Spencer pointed to Orion's statement to The Times that he had no evidence that Israel carried out the attack, but said: "If Iran tries to build military bases in Iraq, it is more likely that Israel will try to curb them." 
    The United States is unlikely to prevent Israel from carrying out such "attacks," US officials were aware of the attack, Israel would continue to carry out attacks on its neighbors if necessary, and it was in no one's interest to say any. Something about it


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    Israeli warplanes have bombed positions in Iraq twice over the past month, according to a British newspaper.

    The Times published an article by its Middle East correspondent, Richard Spencer, entitled "Israel Attacks Shiite Militias in its Hidden War Against Iran", with another war being launched in the Middle East last month. 
    It is now almost certain that Israeli planes bombed Iraq twice last month, possibly one by drone, for the first time since its forces destroyed the Iraqi nuclear reactor in 1981. 
    "The two attacks on bases that exist," he says. "The PMF is opening a new front in a complex game of indefinite attacks and transgression, while wars are almost ending and fading in Syria and Iraq."
    The first attack, which targeted a military base used by the Badr Corps in an area near Amerli in Salahuddin province, which included Iranian Revolutionary Guards and Hezbollah battalions, was overshadowed by news of Iran's seizure of a British oil tanker. 
    Nine days later, another attack on Camp Ashraf in northeastern Baghdad, which is under the Badr Brigade led by Hadi al-Amiri, left more than 40 people dead, including members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. According to regional newspapers, all evidence refers to Israel. 
    The writer explains that evidence leaked after the attacks indicated that the first site contained medium-range missiles inside refrigeration trucks and that another shipment of missiles reached the second site from the border with Iran. 
    The writer says that "Iraq is an important ally of the United States and at the same time has strong relations with Iran and is trying to balance in its relations with the two countries are very adversarial."
    The writer quotes retired Brigadier General Assaf Orion, a former director of strategic planning in the Israeli army, who said that "one of his colleagues believes that the missiles were coming from Iran to the Shiite brigades in Iraq," the Badr Brigade and the Hezbollah Brigades "and that they have developed a line of communication with Iran allowing them To import missiles and equipment without the consent of the Iraqi government. " 
    Spencer pointed to Orion's statement to The Times that he had no evidence that Israel carried out the attack, but said: "If Iran tries to build military bases in Iraq, it is more likely that Israel will try to curb them." 
    The United States is unlikely to prevent Israel from carrying out such "attacks," US officials were aware of the attack, Israel would continue to carry out attacks on its neighbors if necessary, and it was in no one's interest to say any. Something about it.


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    [size=35][size=35]The Times tells new details of Israel's bombing of sites inside Iraq[/size]
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    [size=18]The Times of London published a report entitled "Israel Attacks Shiite factions in its hidden war against Iran," as another war began in the Middle East last month.


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    The first attack, which targeted a military base used by [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/4106128900/%D9%81%D9%8A%D9%84%D9%82 %D8%A8%D8%AF%D8%B1/ar/]the Badr Corps[/url] in an area near Amerli in Salah al-Din province, which included Iranian Revolutionary Guards and Hezbollah battalions, was overshadowed by news of the detention.[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] of a British oil tanker.


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