Iraq IRGC commander Qassem Sulaimani and PMF's deputy leader Muhandis killed in US drone attack in Baghdad

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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Iran is probably one of the most effective Israel helpers.

 
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    NewLeb

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    Iran still insists on playing games with America. These people just don’t get it. Instead of retaliating directly against Iran, Trump should target Iranian proxies in the region, which would deal a severe blow to the Shiite crescent.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Iran still insists on playing games with America. These people just don’t get it. Instead of retaliating directly against Iran, Trump should target Iranian proxies in the region, which would deal a severe blow to the Shiite crescent.
    You are probably right, but we shall not discount the possibility of false flag operation - thorough investigation is necessary before USA will decide to act.
     
    Lebmonage

    Lebmonage

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    Iran still insists on playing games with America. These people just don’t get it. Instead of retaliating directly against Iran, Trump should target Iranian proxies in the region, which would deal a severe blow to the Shiite crescent.
    What if this was an Iraqi decision and Iran was not involved? Iraqi leaders already warned that the refusal of foreign troops to leave Iraq would mean armed resistance. The way Iraqis conduct their affairs and act rebelliously, it is very plausible Iran could be sidelined in some decision making.
     
    Lebmonage

    Lebmonage

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    You are probably right, but we shall not discount the possibility of false flag operation - thorough investigation is necessary before USA will decide to act.
    A false flag could be a possibility too, for rogue groups to escalate tension.
     
    NewLeb

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    What if this was an Iraqi decision and Iran was not involved? Iraqi leaders already warned that the refusal of foreign troops to leave Iraq would mean armed resistance. The way Iraqis conduct their affairs and act rebelliously, it is very plausible Iran could be sidelined in some decision making.
    I think you mean Shiite Iraqis (who are close to the Iranian regime) warned American troops to leave Iraq. The Kurds and Sunnis (and those Shiites who hate Iran) have no problem with the US stationed in the country.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Israel probably...
    "Israel probably" - I doubt that.
    Israelis have no need to bomb enemies so far away while all they have to do is just wait for said enemies to come closer.
     
    NewLeb

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    Iranian proxies and a deadly virus? Trump is the man for the job!

     
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    Lebmonage

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    "Israel probably" - I doubt that.
    Israelis have no need to bomb enemies so far away while all they have to do is just wait for said enemies to come closer.
    Israehell has conducted strikes in Iraq. These strikes were the major breaking point between Iraqi Shia groups fighting ISIS and the American military, which was supposed to be helping the Iraqis in their fight against ISIS. The Iraqis felt betrayed by the US, which controlled their airspace, to let Israehell attack them unhindered.
     
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