Expert: US response on sites' shelling will be by reinforcing its forces, declaring emergency  

International affairs expert Hadi Issa Dalloul said that the American response to the attacks he is facing in Iraq could be by strengthening their forces or declaring a state of emergency

The Iraqi scene witnessed a recent escalation between Washington and Tehran, against the background of the killing of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Commander Qassem Soleimani and a prominent leader in the Popular Mobilization Forces Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, as the two sides exchanged bombing in Iraq.

In this context, the expert on international affairs Hadi Issa Dalloul, who is close to Iran, indicated that the revenge of the popular crowd of "Abu Mahdi" has not ended.

And he stressed that the aim of the bombing is to "cleanse Iraq of the" American occupier "and cancel any agreements that allow it to be in Iraq outside the diplomatic borders within the American embassy and consulate in Baghdad."

He explained that after the Iraqi government did not take any decisive action against the bombing of American targets there, it would work intensively to form a government consistent with its interests, and if the opposite is true, it will fight its establishment.

Dalloul pointed out that in the event that the PMF had nothing to do with the bombing of American sites, it would be an American scenario to justify and strengthen its forces in Iraq.

On the possibilities of the American response to these attacks, Hadi Issa Dalloul, an expert in international affairs said, "The American response is unknown, as it could be by reinforcing the forces or declaring a state of emergency, but this depends on their ability to separate the Iraqi ranks between the PMF and the people."



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