Ready to fight US tools in Iraq: Al-Nujaba movement
Iraqi Al-Nujaba movement Secretary-General Akram al-Kaabi confirms the resistance's readiness to fight the US forces if they refuse to withdraw from Iraq.
The American occupation will pay dearly for its massacres against Iraq's leaders and people, Harakat al-Nujaba Secretary-General Akram al-Kaabi said in a speech to the leaders of the Iraqi resistance factions. "Even if the US left Iraq, it will remain an enemy to us," he asserted.
Al-Kaabi pointed out that the US occupation "created many tools that serve its interest in Iraq, and fighting them is a legitimate and national duty," while "the language [the occupation] understands is the weapon of the resistance and the language of the barrel of guns."
He stressed that Washington does not respect Iraq's sovereignty and does not recognize the Iraqi authority that is negotiating with it. He added that the statements of US officials "indicate that they will not withdraw from Iraq."
Al-Kaabi stressed the need for Iraq to impose its "sovereignty and presence and to benefit from its strengths."
The Secretary-General of Harakat al-Nujaba said that it was the resistance factions that "stood in the face of ISIS despite its limited capabilities," wondering: "How can we talk about unarming the resistance in a country that is still occupied?"
Al-Kaabi pointed out that the Americans "refused to provide assistance to the Iraqi state to confront ISIS, and considered it an internal problem. Had it not been for the resistance and the popular mobilization, which brought down ISIS, he said, "the situation in Iraq and the region would have been completely different."
He stressed that the resistance's weapon "is a nightmare for America and 'Israel,' and they are trying to take it with all their might." It is a guarantee for the Iraqi people, and "we will not abandon it," he asserted.
Al-Kaabi stressed that the Palestinian cause and occupied al-Quds are in the heart of the Iraqi resistance, wondering: How can we abandon the resistance and the American occupation controls our economy, oil, and money?