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U.S. Drone Strike Smokes Multiple Iranian-Backed Terrorist Leaders

via Sky News
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A U.S. drone strike in Baghdad, Iraq, reportedly killed multiple Iranian-backed terrorist leaders, including two from the Kataeb Hezbollah militia responsible for a suicide drone attack on a U.S. base in Jordan.

The strike follows criticism of the Biden administration’s plans to target certain sites in Iraq and Syria in response to the earlier attack by Iranian-backed terrorists.

“U.S. drone struck [an] SUV driving through Baghdad with a hellfire missile killing three in the car,” Hussain Abdul-Hussain said. “Of them, two leaders from the Iran loyalist Iraq militia Kataeb Hezbollah (Abu Baqer Al-Saidi and Arkan Al-Aliyawi).”

“At least one is believed to be responsible for the militia’s operations in Syria, from where the militia launched an explosive drone that hit a U.S. base in Jordan and killed three U.S. troops,” Abdul-Hussain added. “America’s long arm of justice.”

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