Iraq warns of "Zionist fingerprints" in Iraq's Kurdistan training
The Coordination Committee of the Iraqi Resistance is closely monitoring training operations for armed groups in Iraq's Kurdistan region with possible "Zionist fingerprints".
The Coordinating Committee of the Iraqi Resistance reported that it closely "observed training operations for armed groups in the Kurdistan region of Iraq under the auspices of the Prime Minister of the Regional Government, Masrour Barzani."
The authorities explained that they had "detected suspicious movements from foreign agents' internal tools whose aim is to spread chaos with clear Zionist fingerprints," according to its statements.
The Coordinating Committee of the Iraqi Resistance warned the Kurdistan authorities that "their efforts to ignite fire will backfire and burn them."
For his part, the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Hoshyar Zibawi, responded to the Coordinating Committee and claimed that the accusations are false, calling for their review.
It is noteworthy that the Coordinating Committee issued, a few days ago, a statement in which it warned against the current political impasse, calling on the political parties to "resort to the language of reason."
A martyr and 4 wounded
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported the death of a civilian and the injury of four, including a woman and a child, in an ISIS attack that targeted a village on the outskirts of Jalawla district, northeast of Diyala Governorate.
Simultaneously, the Nineveh Operations Command of the Popular Mobilization announced the death of a young man and the wounding of two others, who were repelling an attack by ISIS south of Mosul.