Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi now blames Israel for the recent strikes inside of Iraq near Al-Bukamal; Suspicion is on the rise as to his timing; The militia struck are mostly those backed by the Iranian regime; Mahdi: no one wants war in the region except for Israel.
Yesterday, the Prime Minister of Iraq, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, pointed the finger at Israel for the first time in the wake of recent attacks being carried out near Al-Bukamal.
His timing is subject to scrutiny and his lack of condemnation regarding the Iranian regime operating within his own borders is also quite alarming. It appears the prime minister is essentially, “following suit”.
The timing should make one suspicious of the leader because this is coming at a time when Iran is entrenching itself inside of other countries, namely, those surrounding Israel. What the leader of Iraq is doing, and Iraq’s involvement in recent Middle East affairs, is not a solitary issue. The trail of evidence all leads back to Iran and their manipulation of other countries in the region.
Leader of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Hossein Salami has once again threatened to destroy Israel. He believes that wiping Israel off the face of the earth is no longer a dream, but actually the inevitable. Iran is continuing to pursue a land bridge to their proxies on the Mediterranean coast with no signs of slowing down.
The prime minster stated, “no one wants war in the region except for Israel”, in his break of silence regarding all that has taken place. You can see which side of the fence he’s on rather easily, considering that Israel has only been defending itself as the Iranian regime continues to spread on a daily basis.
Regardless of his approach, the IDF has not commented on the matter.