Disclosure of "threats" received by families of US soldiers in Kuwait
15:24 - 16/01/2020
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The Kuwaiti newspaper, Al-Qabas, quoted US media as saying that the families of American soldiers in Kuwait had received threats through social media, asking them to leave the country.
In this context, "Fox News" wrote on its website that the families of the American paratroopers who deployed in Kuwait earlier this month against the backdrop of escalating tension with Iran
, received threatening messages on social media, which prompted the US military to alert them to take precautions .
The Military Times, which specializes in military affairs, writes that "the 82nd Airborne Division from Fort Prague, North Carolina has alerted military families to report any strange messages they may receive on their phones or their social media."
The newspaper reported in the same matter that "some families appeared to have received pro-Iranian messages, and threats via" Instagram "demanding them to leave the area and return to their country."
"Military families have informed us of cases in which they have received some threatening messages," Lieutenant-Colonel Mike Burns, a spokesman for the division, told the newspaper.
A warning message published by the newspaper contained a warning saying: “If you love your life and want to see your family again, pack your things now and leave the Middle East .. Return to your country. You and your boss are the terrorist clown who attended nothing but terrorism. "
Another message carried a text saying: “You fools, you underestimate Iran's
power . The last attack on your bases was just a little of our power, by killing our general you dug your own grave ... before you have more corpses, leave the area forever and never look back. ”25 questions ended