Establishment Of Joint Operations Room In Iraq; Drone Attack On US Terrorists In Erbil
Iraqi resistance groups have announced the formation of a joint operations room named Tufan Al-Aqsa (Al-Aqsa Storm) in the Arab country. Simultaneously with this announcement, the positions of the United States’ forces at Al-Harir Air Base were targeted in a drone attack by the resistance group named Tashkil al-Waritheen (the Inheritors).
On October 18, Iraqi resistance groups announced the formation of a joint operations room named Tufan al-Aqsa (Al-Aqsa Storm) in Iraq to carry out their religious duty and support the Operation Al-Aqsa Storm in the Gaza Strip.
After the announcement was released, the Tashkil al-Waritheen resistance group declared that at 12 pm on Wednesday, the US military headquarters at Al-Harir Air Base in northeastern Erbil, were targeted by a drone attack by their group.
It is worth mentioning that a few hours ago, Reuters news agency quoted the US officials as saying that the Ain al-Asad base in Al-Anbar province, Iraq, was targeted by a drone attack and US military defense systems tracked and destroyed the attacking combat drones before they hit their targets.
Taskhil al-Warithin resistance group published a video of launching suicide drones at the US military base at Harir base, in the northeast of Erbil.