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    British newspaper: American bases in Iraq and Syria have become targets of the resistance

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    British newspaper: American bases in Iraq and Syria have become targets of the resistance Empty British newspaper: American bases in Iraq and Syria have become targets of the resistance

    Post by Rocky Wed 07 Feb 2024, 4:51 am

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    [size=52]British newspaper: American bases in Iraq and Syria have become targets of the resistance[/size]
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    Information/Translation:
    A report by the British newspaper iNews confirmed that American military bases in the Middle East have become “targets” vulnerable to attacks by resistance factions.
    The report, translated by “Al-Ma’louma” from the pro-Israel Washington Institute for Near East Policy, which tracks drone, missile and missile attacks against American targets in the Middle East, quoted its statistics as saying, “The number of attacks carried out by resistance factions is 182 attacks to this day.”
    For his part, former British military intelligence officer Frank Ledwidge wondered why American forces were in the Middle East at all, saying, "What are these forces doing there? American bases are vulnerable to ballistic missiles."
    He added, "The American bases have effective missile defenses, but some of them can be penetrated."

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