BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 A.M.) – Three Iraqi political delegations secretly visited Israel over the last year, an Arabic language Twitter account belonging to Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweeted on Sunday.

According to the Twitter account, the Iraqi political delegations comprised of influential Shiite and Sunni politicians.

The Israeli ministry said that the Iraqi politicians visited the Holocaust Memorial Museum, along with many academics and Israeli politicians.

The names of the Iraqi politicians were withheld due to security reasons; it is not clear whether or not the Iraqi government was aware of these trips.


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PR stunt from israel to create division in iraq