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    An “undeclared truce” between the Iraqi factions and the American forces, sponsored by the governmen

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    An “undeclared truce” between the Iraqi factions and the American forces, sponsored by the governmen Empty An “undeclared truce” between the Iraqi factions and the American forces, sponsored by the governmen

    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Feb 2024, 4:25 am

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    [size=52]An “undeclared truce” between the Iraqi factions and the American forces, sponsored by the government[/size]

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    Security expert Muhammad Al-Basri acknowledged today, Sunday (February 25, 2024), the existence of what he called an undeclared truce between the armed factions and the Americans under the auspices of the Sudanese government.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Basri said in an interview, “The past weeks did not record bombing operations on American bases, while the latter did not take the initiative to bomb any of the targets or leaders of the Iraqi armed factions, in a different situation before and after the assassination of the leader Abu Baqir al-Saadi, which indicates the existence of an undeclared truce.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, “The government and other parties with relations sought a truce, and the Americans strongly sought to negotiate and request a truce, even if in an undeclared manner,” pointing out that the factions’ trust in the Sudanese helped achieve the truce in order to provide the opportunity to implement the Prime Minister’s program to remove international forces from the country. Iraq, including America.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Basri pointed out that “the armed factions announced before the assassination of Al-Saadi that they would stop their operations against the American bases as a good intention to pave the way for the Sudanese government to proceed with the removal of foreign forces, and the situation seems to have moved towards a truce now in order to give more time to remove those forces according to the mechanisms that Baghdad wants.” “.[/size]
    [size=45]Two weeks ago, an American drone assassinated the prominent leader of the Iraqi Hezbollah Brigades, Abu Baqir al-Saadi. This was preceded by about one month the assassination of the military official of the “Al-Nujaba” group, nicknamed “Abu Taqwa,” by an air strike also carried out by a drone, in addition to other strikes that were carried out with precision. It targeted sensitive faction sites.[/size]
    [size=45]The assassination of Al-Saadi took place after he attended a meeting of armed faction leaders in Baghdad, when an American drone launched a missile that targeted his vehicle accurately, even though it was in a crowded area, while “Abu Taqwa” was assassinated when he entered the headquarters of the “Al-Nujaba” movement on Palestine Street in Baghdad.[/size]
    [size=45]Although the two leaders are high-ranking leaders in the factions and hold important and dangerous positions, they are not known in the Iraqi street, neither by their names nor their positions. Also, their non-appearance in the media has surrounded them with very high secrecy, which strengthens the hypothesis of “penetration” from within. The armed factions themselves, according to what was confirmed by a source close to the Popular Mobilization Forces.[/size]
    [size=45]Anxiety is escalating in Iraq in general, and among the factions in particular, which fear assassinations and other strikes that may be carried out by the United States of America, whose drones roam the skies of Baghdad on an almost daily basis, which has prompted the faction leaders to change their tactics and movements and attempt to take security measures. Strictly so that they are not targeted by America.[/size]
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