۱۱ اسفند ۱۳۹۹ | Mar 1, 2021
al-Nujaba strikes at the US under guise of newly formed groups | Expect revenge after Biden’s inauguration

In a statement, the Washington Institute, an American think tank, said that Iran and Iraqi Islamic Resistance groups were likely to retaliate after the inauguration of the new president in the United States and noted that the Islamic Resistance movement was attacking American forces in Iraq under the guise of emerging and unknown groups.

Hawzah News Agency - According to the Communication and Media Affairs Centre of al-‎Nujaba in Iran‎, in an analysis by Michael Knights, a senior security-military expert, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy speculated that Iranian and Iraqi Islamic Resistance groups might emerge after Joe Biden is inaugurated, to avenge the assassination of the martyrs Major General Qasem Soleymani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, thus creating the first crisis for the new president of the United States.

Referring to the growing trend as well as the variety of anti-American attacks on Iraqi soil, the think tank warned, “It is unlikely that the scope of these threats will extend beyond Iraq to Syria and even the Persian Gulf.”

The American analyst further called the al-Nujaba Islamic Resistance movement one of the leading Iraqi groups in attacking the interests of the United States in the region and wrote, “It is known to the United States intelligence service that this movement, along with several other Iraqi organizations, is attacking our forces under the guise of newly formed and unknown groups with bewildering brands such as ‘Ashab al-Kahf’ and ‘Saraya Qassem al-Jabbarin.’”

Michael Knights finally advised new residents of the White House to take precautionary measures and be fully prepared for an immediate and decisive response to such a possible attack.

In this regard, the United States-affiliated United States Institute of Peace released a report by Ashley Lane, a researcher on Iran and the Middle East, describing United States State Department and Treasury Department sanctions against the al-Nujaba Islamic Resistance movement as Washington’s reaction to the movement’s cooperation with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

The American institute noted that Hujjat al-Islam Akram al-Kaabi, the secretary-general of al-Nujaba, whose name has been blacklisted by the government of the United States since 2008 for leading anti-United States operations, does not hide his receipt of technical-logistical-military support from the Islamic Republic of Iran and has expanded the activities of its forces in Iraq and Syria.

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