The Nabni coalition in the Iraqi Parliament and the senior commanders of the resistance groups demanded that the government speed up the expulsion of US troops from the country.
Hadi Al-Ameri, the head of the parliamentary group, condemned the recent US attack against targets in the west of the Arab country this Sunday as another of the daily crimes of the United States in the region.
We do not expect more than terrorist actions from the Americans, the political leader said while also condemning Washington’s complicity in the crimes committed by the Israeli regime against the Palestinian population in the Gaza Strip.
Al-Ameri criticized the fact that the presence of a coalition of foreign troops in Iraq, led by the United States, constitutes an absolute evil for the country, so he demanded that the authorities in Baghdad speed up his complete expulsion from the country.
On Friday, the United States carried out a series of strikes against 85 targets in several areas of Iraq and Syria, in what it described as a “response” to the attack on its base in Jordan, in which three US service members were killed.
The leader of the Nabni coalition emphasized that such actions by Washington confirm its aggressive approach against the Iraqi people in all areas.
The Arab country’s top political and military leadership condemned the new US aggression on Saturday, describing it as a violation of national sovereignty that could have “damaging effects” in the region.
“These attacks are considered a violation of Iraqi sovereignty, undermine the efforts of the Government of Iraq, and represent a threat that will drag Iraq and the region to unexpected consequences, the effects of which could be disastrous,” explained Armed Forces spokesman Yahya Rasul on Saturday. This is a statement.
In the past four months, Iraqi resistance groups have intensified their operations against US forces and bases in the region due to the White House’s support for the Israeli regime’s genocidal war against Gaza, which has left more than 27,000 Palestinians dead since October.