Shiite groups in Iraq threatened to attack US bases 01:51

Shiite armed groups in Iraq have threatened to resume attacks on military targets of foreign military forces, according to reports RIA NewsHe cites reports from Islamic resistance movements in Iraq.

The report states that attacks will continue if the humanitarian ceasefire in the Palestinian Gaza Strip ends.

“We declare our readiness to increase military operations inside and outside Iraq if attacks on the Gaza Strip or Southern Lebanon continue,” group representatives said.

A source close to the Hamas movement reported Agence France-Presse (AFP) said that they are ready to extend the ceasefire in the conflict with Israel.

27 October Israel announced About the “expansion” of the ground operation in Gaza. It is not known exactly when the operation started, but before the operation, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled their homes and moved to shelters and the south of the region. November 5, as part of the ground operation of IDF forces surrounded Gaza city and supplies cut off, still exists in central Gaza to continue fights.

Previously Abbas in the name Complete ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.

Source: Gazeta


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