Iraq: Six IED attacks on US convoys in one day!

Sunday 26 December 21 - 21:20
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ISWNews Analysis Group: On December 26, the Iraqi resistance groups attacked six logistical convoys of US Army in the provinces of Baghdad, Babil, Anbar and Qadisiyah with roadside bombs.

The Ashab al-Kahf group attacked a US logistical convoy in the Qadisiyah province and another one in the Babil province with roadside bombs.

The Katibat al-Sabequn group attacked a US logistical convoy in the Anbar province with a roadside bomb.

The Thar al-Muhandis group attacked a US logistical convoy in the Baghdad province.

The Kataib Abolfazl al-Abbas group attacked a US logistical convoy in the Yusifiyah area of Baghdad province.

The Qasim al-Jabbarin group attacked a US logistical convoy in the Babil province.

According to data obtained by ISWNews, this is the 200th attacks by Iraqi resistance groups on US logistical convoys since March 21. Of these, 30 attacks were carried out in Baghdad province, 50 attacks were carried out in Babil province, 22 attacks were carried out in Anbar province and 42 attacks were carried out in Qadisiyah province.

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Infographic: Iraqi Resistance Groups Operations against the US in the first six months of 2021
Infographic: Iraqi Resistance Groups

The Iraqi Resistance Coordination has given the American occupiers a deadline until 24:00 on December 31 to leave Iraq. If the United States refuses to leave Iraq, the Iraqi resistance has promised to start a full-scale war to expel the occupiers. So far, more than 49,000 people from various Iraqi provinces have registered to fight the American occupiers. Hence, it seems that as we get closer to the deadline, the number of attacks against American convoys will increase.

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