BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:00 P.M.) – An official from Hashd Al-Sha’abi reportedly stated this weekend that the U.S. Armed Forces inside Iraq must withdraw or else face future repercussions.

The Hashd Al-Sha’abi official, Mu’in Al-Kazhimi, was quoted by Baghdad Today as saying that Iraq has reached stability and does not need the U.S. Armed Forces inside the country.

“The attempt to expand and stay in Iraq by the U.S. is unacceptable, coupling with the fact that they are making Iraq a danger to their neighbors,” the official said.

He would then issue a stern warning to U.S. President Donald Trump, saying that America’s fears of casualties at the hands of Hashd Al-Shaabi will hurt the former’s candidacy.

“The Americans are concerned of casualties because of Hashd Al-Sha’abi and the resistance forces,” he said, adding “these losses will affect the future of Donald Trump, especially because he is heading into a new presidential election.”

While some Hashd Al-Sha’abi units work with the U.S. Armed Forces in Iraq, the Iranian-backed groups remain hostile to the Americans and refuse to cooperate.

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Hashd Al-Sha’abi defeated isis, plain and simple not the americans, not the iraq military. The local people on the ground who were mercilessly slaughtered and terrorised eventually formed militia groups to overthrow isis… These are local iraqi’s who have local families who live in these regions. I think they have the ultimate right in saying who should be in their back yard, because the government sold them out by putting Mosul in the hands of the terrorists with the massive stockpile of weapons, humvees that were basically given to isis

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The QUAD-CORE of crumbling con-artist colonial criminals : EwwwwwSA, Anglo-Saxon occupied Britain, Franks-occupied Gaul, and the k**e Colony in Occupied Palestine.

I call EwwwwSA by the new name of Pigland because the GEOGRAPHICAL MAP of that filthy land resembles the shape of a barn-yard pig…the snout is New England, the rear end is California and West Coast, legs represent Texas and Florida, the belly represents the Bible Belt…you see it?? That means Americans are PIGS, residents of Pigland.

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Hashd Al-Sha’abi is NOT recognised as part of Iraqi armed forces by Iraq’s government (and it was repeated in the last week). It’s not their role to decide who is welcomed or not in Iraq, even less the role of their masters in Tehran. They’d better take care not interfering in Iraq’s domestic politics this way : there are elections, they have the right to compete, if they win, then they’ll have the right to do the politics they want and order US to pull out. If Hashd Al-Sha’abi wants MQ-9 Reapers loitering 24/7 over their heads, then use GBU-44… Read more »

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The actual situation is this (Kurds in Yellow) :
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With serious US air support, has some idea on how fast a Blitzkrieg can take land? ISIS had no air support and neither the Iraqi army nor Hashd Al-Sha’abi were able to stop it without US assistance, the Kurds did…

Mu’in Al-Kazhimi should remember that actions have consequences and Hashd Al-Sha’abi and its masters in Tehran can also face “face future repercussions”.
And they’re freaking lucky I’m not D.J. Trump : I know how to multiply US military power by 4 without spending more…

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Really? Hashd al-Shaabi / Hashd Shaabi Popular Mobilisation Units / People’s Mobilization Forces On 01 July 2019 Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi issued a decree that further integrates the Popular Mobilization Forces, which have proven a decisive force in Baghdad’s counter-terrorism operations, into the country’s armed forces. “In the interest of the public good and as per the powers granted to us by the constitution…the following is decreed: All Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) are to operate as an indivisible part of the armed forces and be subject to the same regulations,” read the decree, which was issued on Monday, AFP… Read more »

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I know! But… Seems they changed advice : this was published just a few days ago as a communique. IMHO, PMU being an Iranian puppet, they don’t want to be associated to what would happen if the shooting party starts between Iran and neighbouring countries + USA/allies : having PMU integrated makes Iraq a de-facto Iranian ally, and I think the last thing Iraq wants is being dragged under the USAF road-roller. Iraq is simply pussyfooting, they have no intention being dragged into another war… Actually, there’s a less official point that was made less officially by PMU members :… Read more »

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So, not only to dismantle Syria, you want to dismantle Irak?

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he is a K I K E what do you expect?

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Nope. Ethnically speaking, I’m 75% Germanic and 25% Celt.
I was baptised as Catholic without my consent while I was a baby but actually, I’m an Atheist/Agnostic which loves to pi$$ off bigots like you.
While YOU ARE A SHIITE (SHÏT) ISLAMIST, which makes few difference with Sunni Islamists as the both of you are COCKROACHES IN NEED OF PEST CONTROL, period.

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No, they have until the month end to move to iraki army.

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Same thing as I said, no more Iranian backed-militia will be accepted, Iraq is not interested into being Lebanonised. Good for them… And they’d better push secularism : Religious parties, like the al-Sadr’s one, have no place in politics : politics is for adults, not for retarded kids believing in fairy tales.

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“then they’ll have the right to do the politics they want and order US to pull out”
Surely no. You do not understand anything.

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Shoah v2.0

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We’re talking about Iraq, please. Your Nazi follies are obsolete

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“It’s not their role to decide who is welcomed or not in Iraq, even less the role of their masters in Tehran.”

Rubbish. They decide their role, nobody can dictate their role for them. They saved Iraq from Isis when the state was nowhere to be seen, so they need not follow the dictates of the state.

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And created a situation which also led to the rise of ISIS… Thanks to Iranian interference in Iraqi domestic affairs!

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Westerners say 2 call 3??? Who says that, Californians? I’ve never heard that. The US wouldn’t get away so easily with another Iraq war. But it shows your mindset and that of the US aggressor. The US have no business in Iraq… Sure, the US can still pay their cronies in the Iraqi government, but not infinitely so. So, who’s to repsect the government’s decisions? Everybody… so the Kurds should perhaps start doing that themselves.

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I live in Europe, it’s very common to say “2 call 3”

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What about Afganistan, even with B1 and B200000000000, USA have been fighting s small group without Air force for over 10 years and ongoimg.

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With Paki backstabbing them offering harbour… And :
1. It’s not a small group
2. There is no real will to exterminate the Talibans for geopolitical reasons you obviously don’t understand.
NOTE : I don’t agree with this practise.
Nevertheless, doesn’t it ever comes to your mind that war is NOT a sport but a tool to advance your geopolitical/economical interests and a status quo where chaos is deliberately maintained by not taking the necessary measures to gain victory can be seen as wishable by one or several actors?

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another long and boring comment by this cronie hooked nose of daeshbag

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Another dumb comment 338LapuTa could have done without. Any way, you’re a shitlamist cockroach in need of pest control… Who knows, now Trump has probably done the biggest US arms export contract ever with KSA, now KSA is near out of cash reserve and soon to contract debts, your shitlamic “republic” totally loses its only interest : being the boogeyman making the Gulf monarchies afraid, thus sending back the petrodollars to USA through arms purchases they don’t even need to blow the mullahs’ regime to smithereens. Your masters in Tehran might be pretty close to meet their long overdue doom.… Read more »

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Fûck filthy kurd, like filthy jews you have no land and Kurdistan doesn’t exist.

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An eunuch speaking about fücking Kurds or Jews is an oxymoron.