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The New York Times: ISIS was behind the "Key One" attack and Trump used it as an excuse to kill Sole

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The New York Times: ISIS was behind the "Key One" attack and Trump used it as an excuse to kill Sole Empty The New York Times: ISIS was behind the "Key One" attack and Trump used it as an excuse to kill Sole

Post by rocky Sun 09 Feb 2020, 8:31 am


The New York Times: ISIS was behind the "Key One" attack and Trump used it as an excuse to kill Soleimani   

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The New York Times: ISIS was behind the "Key One" attack and Trump used it as an excuse to kill Sole %D8%AA%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%85%D8%A8-696x364
 
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The American newspaper "New York Times" reported on Sunday that the criminal " ISIS " organization was behind the missile attack on the K1 camp in Kirkuk, which killed an American contractor and was used by President Donald Trump as a justification for the air strike that resulted in the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis. .
"All indications indicate ISIS involvement," the newspaper quoted in its translated report, "The Information," Brigadier General Ahmed Adnan, Director of Federal Iraqi Police Intelligence at K1, as saying, referring to the attack, adding, "We know all ISIS movements ."
The report continued, "Iraqi officials told the newspaper, and based on circumstantial evidence and long experience in the area where the attack occurred, the good reasons refute the allegations of the United States that the Hezbollah Brigades carried out the attack."
According to the newspaper, “The American officials claimed that they have strong evidence that the Hezbollah Brigades attacked, but they did not publish any of the alleged evidence to the public or to Iraqi officials, while Lieutenant General Mohamed al-Bayati, the chief of staff in the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdel-Mahdi, we have asked the American side To share with us any information or any evidence, but they did not send us any information. ”
For his part, Ilan Guldenberg, director of Middle East security at the new US Security Research Center, said that "the US Congress should ask questions about this issue and obtain intelligence information." Ended / 25 z



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