Five Resistance Fighters Martyred In US Airstrike On Kirkuk
As a result of the United States terrorist army’s airstrike on Kirkuk province, five fighters of the Islamic Resistance in Iraq were martyred.
On December 3, US terrorist army aircraft targeted a site belonging to Iraqi resistance groups in the Dibs area of Kirkuk province, resulting in the martyrdom of five fighters of the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, an umbrella group representing several Iraqi armed factions.
In this regard, a US official claimed that these individuals were preparing to attack US forces in northern Iraq.
A US military commander also told Al Jazeera TV network in an interview: We took defensive action in Iraq, during which a drone site was targeted.
The Islamic Resistance in Iraq, in a statement confirming the martyrdom of five Iraqi fighters, warned US forces to expect more gruesome attacks until they are ultimately expelled from the Arab country.
Given the ongoing events in the Gaza Strip, it does not seem that attacks on US military bases in the region will cease until a complete cessation of war in the besieged area of Palestine.