Temporary Cessation Of Resistance Attacks Against US Occupying Forces In West Asia
The retaliatory attacks by the Islamic resistance movements against the positions of the United States’ terrorist forces in the West Asia region, which had begun with the aim of putting pressure on the supporters of the Israeli regime in the battle against Palestinians, have been temporarily halted in recent days due to a ceasefire agreement in Gaza Strip.
A few days ago, the Secretary-General of the Iraqi Kataib Hezbollah group Abu Hussein al-Hamidawi declared in a statement that resistance forces’ attacks against American bases during the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip had decreased.
It seems that one of the reasons that the Israeli regime accepted the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip was the increase in pressures and attacks by resistance groups against the United States’ military bases in the West Asia region.
The cessation of strike and the joining of resistance groups in Iraq and Syria to the ceasefire shows that the increase or decrease in attacks against the United States’ military forces in the region is directly related to the actions of the Israeli regime against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip.
According to investigations made by the IWN, the Islamic resistance groups have targeted American occupying forces’ positions at least 46 times in Syria and 39 times in Iraq since the onset of the current conflict until two days ago (temporary cessation), as well as four direct attacks on Israeli-occupied territories.