The Iranian Threat
Iran will not give up on Iraq

Iran does not intend to give up its grip on Iraq, last week it stopped supplying natural gas to Iraq to signal to it that it would not give up its political outposts in Iraq and that it would affect the composition of the new government formed after the Supreme Court approved the parliamentary elections.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said that "the assassins of Qassem Suleimani like Trump and the like will be among the most forgotten people in history and will be lost in the dustbin of history."

He said that thanks to the precious blood of the US resistance had fled Afghanistan and she was also forced to leave Iraq, "the current of resistance and anti-arrogance in a more advanced and prosperous region than it was two years ago" he stressed.

Iran continues, through its loyalist militias in Iraq, with rocket and UAV attacks on any remaining American presence in Iraq and will not stop until the last American is expelled from it.

This is the Iranian vision, General Kenneth McKenzie, commander of the U.S. Army Central Command, estimates that Iran could equip its loyalist militias in Iraq with more dangerous weapons like precision missiles and armed UAVs to achieve its goal and attack the remaining U.S. presence in Iraq to bring For deportation.

President Biden has stated that there will be no fighting in Iraq after December 31, 2021, but he does not really believe or intend to do so, he wanted to ease the pressure exerted by Iran and its loyalist militias on Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Khatami.

The situation in Iraq is also linked to the nuclear talks in Vienna, US intelligence sources estimate that if the talks in Vienna fail, Iran will increase the military pressure on the remaining American forces in Iraq.

President Biden is now leaving American forces in Iraq on a limited scale to signal primarily to US allies in the region that it is not abandoning the Middle East and continues to closely monitor its interests.

# Biden Administration # The Iranian Threat # Iraq
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