WHEN A WAR CRIMINAL INVADES/ OCCUPIES A PEOPLE/COUNTRY WHICH DID NOT FIRST ATTACK THE WAR CRIMINAL, THE PEOPLE/COUNTRY BEING CRIMINALLY OCCUPIED NOT ONLY HAVE THE GOD GIVEN RIGHT OF SELF DEFENSE, BUT A DUTY TO THEMSELVES AND GOD TO KILL THE INVADER UNTILL THE INVADER LEAVES.
IF US TROOPS WERE NOT. IN A WAR CRIME OCCUPYING SYRIA/IRAQ/AFGHANISTAN/YEMEN/AND MANY OTHER COUNTRIES, THE SOULS OF THOSE COUNTRIES WHOULD NOT HAVE A DUTY TO KILL USA MILITARY PERSONAL (AMERICAN CHILDREN IN USA WAR CRIMINAL UNIFORM).
WANT TO STOP AMERICAN CHILDREN DYING IN WAR CRIMES ALL OVER THE WORLD?
BRING THEM HOME, STOP THE WAR CRIMES.
The Ole Dog!
The blast is the latest in a series of explosions that have targeted US-led coalition logistical convoys in Iraq over the past several months.
A possible roadside bomb blast has ripped through a US military logistics convoy’s route in the central Iraqi province of Babil, Iran’s MEHR news agency cited unnamed sources as saying on Tuesday.
There was no immediate word on casualties due the explosion. The latter is the most recent in a spate of such attacks staged in Iraq in the past few months. No group has claimed responsibility for the blast.
In early February, a logistical convoy carrying supplies for the US-led coalition in Iraq was hit in an improvised explosive device (IED) attack about 80 kilometres south of the capital Baghdad.
The bomb was reportedly detonated on a road in the area of al-Musayyib, a Shia-majority town that witnessed heavy fighting between US forces and local militias in the aftermath of the 2003 US invasion of Iraq.
The explosions come amid reports that the Biden administration might halt plans for future US troop reductions in conflict zones over concerns that the remaining numbers may be insufficient to engage in “counter-terrorism” operations or train local forces.
Officially, the Pentagon says that the US administration has yet to decide on its stance in Iraq even though Washington earlier announced a “force posture review” of the “US military footprint, resources, strategy, and missions” worldwide.
Last month, the military news website Defence One referred to a recent statement by Deputy US Ambassador to the UN Richard Mills that apparently indicates the Biden administration’s unwillingness to withdraw US troops from Iraq.
“Among its top priorities, the United States will seek to help Iraq assert its sovereignty in the face of enemies, at home and abroad, by preventing an ISIS [Daesh*] resurgence and working toward Iraq’s stability. The United States will remain a steady, reliable partner for Iraq, and for the Iraqi people today and in the future”, Mills told a UN Security Council meeting earlier in February.