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Post by claud39 on Sun Dec 30, 2018 9:34 am

https://www.almaalomah.com/2018/12/30/378145/

US site reveals the date of withdrawal of US troops from Iraq


30/12/2018





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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Turmoil caused by Trump's visit to Iraq could lead to the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq after Syria at the end of President Trump's term in 2020, a report by the US site Zero Hedge has revealed.
"The three presidencies in Iraq and during Trump's surprise visit to the Ain al-Assad base in Anbar have rejected the American conditions for a meeting with him," the report said.
"In preparation for the meeting between Trump and Adel Abdul Mahdi, the Iraqi prime minister agreed to meet on the condition that he is in Baghdad or on the Iraqi side of the base of Ain al-Assad on Iraqi soil where the national security forces and units of the Iraqi army exist in the same base, He rejected this and expressed his readiness to meet with Abdul Mahdi on the US side of al-Qaeda for security reasons, which is rejected by the Iraqi side because the emergence of Abdul Mahdi in the area controlled by the Americans in the common base will appear Abdul Mahdi as a guest invited in his country.
"Trump's disregard of the standard protocol when landing in a sovereign foreign country has angered politicians, some members of Parliament and heads of organizations in Iraq, who felt insulted and called for the withdrawal of US troops from the country. Others threatened to force US troops out of the country."
"The tension increased when Trump announced that he planned to keep his troops in Iraq and could return troops from Syria to the Iraqi base and use them as a launching pad for attacks in Syrian territory." The Hezbollah Brigades responded immediately, pledging to "cut off the hand that would strike Syria from Iraqi bases" .
"The American establishment is planning according to its interests, but the last word will be for the people of Iraq, especially those who reject US hegemony in the Middle East, for a better future.Ending / 25 z
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