Iraqi anger from the United States after the assassination operation

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Iraqi anger from the United States after the assassination operation

After the assassination of the two great leaders, the martyr Qassem Soleimani and the martyr Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis by the Americans near Baghdad airport, Iran in a decisive response to the arrogance of the American terrorist government, launched several missiles on US military base in Anbar province western Iraq.


Although the Iraqi parliament approved a law to expel American forces from Iraq, the Iraqi people gathered in Baghdad to demand expulsion of American forces from the country.


Some other forces in Iraq chose a different way to express their anger and launched several missiles at the American embassy in the Green Zone in Baghdad and attacked Qayyarah base north of Iraq, calling on the American terrorists to leave their country as soon as possible.


Some Iraqi media channels also reported that millions of Iraqis were in the march against the US occupation. Some channels have called these great protests as the "Second Twentieth Revolution."


In May 1920, the Iraqis protested against the British colonialists, which was known as the "First Twentieth Revolution

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