Several groups have recently emerged inside Iraq that have claimed strikes against US troops. However, they all appear to be part of a calculated propaganda campaign propagated by Iran and its allies against the United States inside Iraq.
Since its founding in 2013, the Iranian-led Afghan Shia militia has been at the forefront of most major battles in the defense of the Assad regime.
The Iranian proxy group continues its surveillance of US troops in Iraq.
Throughout its statements, the front group has made threatening the U.S. embassy one of its main talking points.
The Houthi leader offered to release a captured Saudi pilot in exchange for the freedom of the detained Hamas members.
A spokesman of the group warns US troops in Iraq, while also threatening Israel in a speech that alludes to Hezbollah’s leader Hassan Nasrallah.
The group is likely a front for other Iranian proxies inside Iraq.
A coalition of Qaeda-linked jihadist groups in northwestern Syria detail their recent operations.