Yesterday, the United States allocated a reward of up to 3 million dollars to anyone who provides information on attacks targeting its interests in Iraq, in the wake of an attack by three drones on a base where its soldiers are stationed in the country.
While the international coalition led by the United States in Iraq saw that the attacks undermine efforts to combat terrorism, the commander of the US Central Command in the Middle East, Kenneth McKenzie, announced that his forces “will not tolerate taking what is appropriate to defend themselves.” A few hours after announcing a settlement between Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s government and armed factions in Iraq, according to which the leader of the “Popular Mobilization” Qassem Mosleh was released, General Ismail Qaani, the commander of the Iranian “Quds Force” contributed to finalizing it, the pro-Iranian factions launched an illegal attack. Three drones were preceded on Baghdad airport, one of which was shot down, according to the Iraqi army.
The attack on Baghdad Airport is the fourth in Iraq with a booby-trapped drone, and the 42nd since the beginning of the year, but this is the first time that this new offensive technology has been used in the Iraqi capital. At night, two of the five Katyusha rockets fired at Balad air base (near the headquarters of the American company specialized in aircraft maintenance) fell on the Iraqi F-16, which is included in the base.
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