Publicado a 30/08/2016
The Secretary General of Iraqi Resistance Movement Hezbollah al-Nujaba has slammed what he calls the US meddling in the country under the pretext of fighting terrorism.
In an exclusive interview with Press TV, Akram al-Kabi said the Iraqi government had never asked for the US help in its fight against terrorists. Kabi criticized Washington and its so-called anti-Daesh coalition saying Iraq’s popular mobilization forces had rejected any type of cooperation with them because of "America’s inappropriate intentions".
He also questioned the US-led aerial campaign against alleged Daesh positions in Iraq, which started in 2014. The resistance movement chief said the US campaign had only helped anti-Iraq groups such as Naqshbandi and Baath party create problems. Kabi also accused the US-led coalition of carrying out airstrikes near Iraq’s army bases on many occasions.
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