A senior official of the Iraqi Badr Organization said the US aircrafts carried a number of ISIS elements to Iraq.
Mohammad Mahdi al-Bayati said the eyewitnesses residing in the border areas of Syria and Iraq reported to the security commanders that the US is vastly transferring ISIS outfits from Syria to Iraq.
According to al-Bayati, the US forces transferred the terrorists to Iraq through the country’s Kurdistan Region borders, with the aim of launching vast suicide operations in order for the stay of the US forces in Iraq.
The Iraqi Popular Mobilization Unit (PMU) Headquarters in Anbar province thwarted the ISIS outfits’ efforts to penetrate west of the province.
Iraqi politicians believe that the US revival of ISIS in Iraq is a struggle to force the Iraq government to prolong the presence of the US troops in the country before the next month Baghdad-Washington negotiations.
Major General Abdul Karim Khalaf, the spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Iraqi Armed Forces, said on April 26 that the Iraqi government is serious about implementing a parliamentary resolution calling for the full withdrawal of US troops from the country.
One of the top priorities for the new Iraqi prime minister, Mustafa al-Kazemi, is to pursue the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, which has become a public demand.
Iraqi lawmakers unanimously approved a bill on January 5, demanding the withdrawal of all foreign military forces led by the United States from the country following the assassination of Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, the commander of the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps, along with Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the deputy head of Iraq’s Hashd al-Sha’abi, and their companions in a US airstrike authorized by President Donald Trump near Baghdad International Airport two days earlier.