BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 P.M.) – Iraq’s Hezbollah Al-Nujaba forces told Iran’s Al-Abna News Agency on Wednesday that the U.S. must leave their country immediately.

“We don’t allow even one US soldier on Iraqi territories and holy sites,” Ali Aboud, an Iraqi Hezbollah envoy to Iran Al-Abna, as quoted by Bas News Agency.

He reportedly said Iraqi Hezbollah has opposed the U.S.’ presence since they first launched their operation in 2003.

The Iraqi Hezbollah official accused the U.S. of working with the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) in order to destabilize Iraq.

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As far as I know it is the government of Iraq calling the shots there not a small paramilitary group.

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Lol iraqi Hezbollah trained by americans through the united states army, recieve air cover from US army and Iran and US fighting the same groups in Afghanistan and Iraq, but iran and US are enemies lol. This world is strange