BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 A.M.) – The U.S. Coalition has setup a new military base along the Iraqi-Syrian border, Farhan Mahd al-Deilami, a member of Anbar province Council, told the Arabic-language Al-Ma’aloumah news site on Sunday.
According to the official from the Popular Mobilization Units (var. Hashd Al-Sha’abi), the U.S. Coalition base was setup in the western countryside of the Al-Anbar Governorate.
They further reported that the US has deployed a surprising number of troops on the northern bank of the Euphrates River, putting them within 30 km of al-Ramanah region, which is near the town of al-Qa’em at border with Syria.
Deilami added that the move will enable the U.S. Coalition to gain the upper-hand in the regions between the Al-Anbar and Nineveh provinces.
Al-Ma’aloumeh news previously quoted the PMU’s Hashem al-Moussavi as saying that a number of Daesh leaders were sheltered at Iraq’s border with Syria to survive current attacks by the Iraqi security forces and Hashd al-Shaabi.

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Why not set up a “government” as well Yanks? Plenty of ISIS around to be “police” as well… GO HOME SCOUNDRELS! SHAME ON KURDS FOR SERVING THE ANTI-MUSLIM ANTI-NATIONALIST IMPERIALISTS! Those bases will be your graveyards… or else they will be dismantled quickly when the Yanks abandon you like they abandon every other “useful idiot” when no longer needed. All these troops and bases can be destroyed legally under international law.

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Karel Vd Geest

That base is set up in Iraq and has nothing to do with SDF. Better to read carefully, before blabbinh,.

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Chauhan Chauhan

its time for Iraqi to take stand and get rid of US ASAP or face another attack by daesh. US want to destabilize Iraq again.