America plans to estrange Hashd al-Shaabi

18/2/2019 10:33:00


The committee security force and defense of the Iraqi council announces America's plan for excluding Hashd al-Shaabi from the western councils of that country.


Ali Jabar, a member of the committee security force and defense of the Iraqi council said in a press conference: "the America's forces in the Ain Asad's military office in Anbar and the western councils are excluding themselves from having fight with Hashd al-Shaabi because they have a plan of excluding them from the Iraq's western councils.


He said: "The America's great efforts will be failed because the common view are not supporting America's forces to stay in Iraq."


He added: "America has the fear from Hashd al-Shaabi and this is the main factor behind America's force in their exclusion from the Hashd al-Shaabi in the councils of Anbar, Nineveh and Salahaldeen."



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