US Withdrew Troops From Iraq - Focus News


Monday, 6 January 2020

US Withdrew Troops From Iraq

Following the killing of Iranian Commander, Qassem Soleimani in early hour of Friday in Baghdad, millions of people troop out on Saturday in funeral procession held in respect for the late general.

Presstv reports that in all, ten people were killed, five Iraqi soldiers and five Iranian soldiers in the recent attack on Friday.

Funeral has been held on Saturday in Iraq, while funeral for late General Soleimani will be held Tuesday in his hometown in Iran. Presstv reports.

People are of the opinion that, the assassination of the general had fostered emergent unity among various resistance groups in the region. Trooping out of crowd had shown the popularity of the late general of Iran, Qassem Soleimani and Deputy of the Popular Mobilization Unit (PMU) Abu Mahdi al Muhandis and sent message to the US that took Arab country its military homeland with extra judicial killing in the region, people observed.

It should be recalled that, US President ordered for assassination of Qassem Soleimani, the commander of Quds Force Thursday night.

Following this incidence, US withdrew his troop on Saturday from Iraq to avert any surprise attack as various resistance group have been called to unify and work with national official.

Various resistance groups have been called to work together in order to expel foreign troop from the land. 

Iran has replied to the Washington of inevitable revenge as the consequence of the assassination of two major generals who had been tremendously working in squelching the ominous act of terrorist groups operating in the region.

Source: Presstv

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