Khazali threatens the Americans: the truce is over

Khazali threatens the Americans: the truce is over

11/20/2020 11:57

Khazali threatens the Americans - the truce is over[Baghdad-Where]
The leader of Asa’ib Ahl al-Haqq, Qais Khazali, who is close to Iran, announced on Thursday the end of the truce with the Americans in Iraq, stressing that confronting the foreign presence in Iraq is legitimate by all means.
Khazali said, in a televised interview on the government-owned Al-Iraqiya channel, that “the UN actress, Jenin Blashart, had no role in the issue of the truce between the resistance factions and the American side at all, and the main person who interfered with the issue of the truce and tried to spare the country the repercussions was Hadi al-Amiri, leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance.” .

He added that “the truce with the Americans has ended, since the conditions for the armistice have not been fulfilled, and we will prove the principle in the complete right to confront foreign forces, especially since confronting the foreign presence and rejecting it is legitimate by all available means.”

Khazali’s statements came a day after the return of missile strikes towards the Green Zone, which includes the US embassy in Iraq.

The recent attack caused the fall of a child, and a number of civilians were injured. And it used for the first time Grad missiles.

This was the first attack of its kind in about five weeks, after the attacks stopped after a group calling itself the “Iraqi Resistance” announced on the tenth of last month that it would stop its operations against foreign, especially American forces and interests in Iraq to allow it to withdraw from the country.

And the “Iraqi resistance” is an unknown party, and it is believed that it includes armed Shiite factions close to Iran, including the “Iraqi Hezbollah Brigades”, “Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq” and “Harakat al-Nujaba.”

The announcement of stopping the attacks came after Washington threatened to close its embassy in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, according to US media.