Iraq Resistance hit US Harir base amid ongoing Israeli war on Gaza
The Islamic Resistance in Iraq confirms direct hits and vows more operations against American occupation forces until the aggression on Gaza stops.
The Islamic Resistance in Iraq announced on Sunday that it targeted the US occupation base Harir in northern Iraq and the Tal Baydar base in Syria using drones, confirming direct hits in both targets.
In solidarity with Gaza in the battle of Al-Aqsa Flood, the Iraqi Resistance will continue its operations against American forces and their bases in Syria and Iraq, the group said in a statement.
On Saturday, the Resistance faction announced targeting the US occupation base Al-Tanf in Syria with a drone, also confirming direct impact.
Resistance not deterred
A recent surge in operations against US occupation forces in the Middle East has ignited growing concerns within the Defense Department and raised questions about the American strategy of maintaining its foothold in the region, as well as facing growing Resistance groups exerting their right to self-determination.
The frequency of attacks on US troops, 61 as of November 17, has raised alarms, especially considering that there were approximately 80 similar incidents between January 2021 and March of this year.
In the latest toll admitted by Washington, Sabrina Singh, the Deputy Press Secretary of the Pentagon, informed journalists earlier this week that 59 US personnel sustained injuries in the operations, 32 of which were categorized with non-serious injuries, while the remaining 27 individuals suffered from traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Thus far, Biden has greenlit three rounds of airstrikes, all concentrated in eastern Syria, the most recent of which was on November 12. But the attacks have failed to quell the ongoing Resistance operations.
US officials are voicing their dismay with the "incoherent" approach and limited attacks on the Resistance groups practically telling Washington to leave the region alone as US President Joe Biden authorized airstrike after airstrike that seemed to not to so much as to decrease the pace of Resistance operations, The Washington Post reported.
Attrition war for Gaza
Iraqi Hezbollah Brigades security official Abu Ali al-Askari stated on Saturday that the strikes by the Islamic Resistance in Iraq are in line with the strategy of "exhausting the enemy" and its resources, confirming that the continuation of genocide against the Palestinian people places the world before a historical responsibility.
The Brigades, part of the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, affirmed its solidarity with the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Resistance amid Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, stressing its commitment to direct strikes against the enemy, in response to the crimes of the Zionist-American aggression.