A parliamentary bloc demands that the US ambassador to Iraq be summoned and a note of protest be handed over to her

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A parliamentary bloc demands that the US ambassador to Iraq be summoned and a note of protest be handed over to her

On Wednesday, the parliamentary group known as the “Rights” demanded that the US ambassador to Iraq be called and given a note of protest against the bombing of the camps used by the Popular Mobilization Forces and the internationalization of the assassination of Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the group’s former deputy head.

According to a statement obtained by, the bloc’s leader, Saud Al-Saadi, asked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs a number of parliamentary questions, demanding an explanation for why the Ministry did not call the US ambassador to Baghdad and present her with a formal protest note regarding the Ministry’s repeated violations of Iraqi sovereignty and Tuesday’s bombing of the Popular Mobilization Forces headquarters in Babylon, which left numerous people injured and dead.

In reference to the assassination of the Chief of Staff of the Popular Mobilization Forces and the guests of Iraq on January 3, 2020, Al-Saadi inquired about “the international and legal measures taken by you before the United Nations and international forums regarding the violation of Iraqi sovereignty by American forces.”

“A declaration of the ultimate outcomes of the endeavors and measures undertaken by your ministry concerning the internationalization of the crime committed by American forces at Baghdad Airport in 2020,” he emphasized.

The attack on a military base in Erbil that injured three American soldiers prompted the White House to announce yesterday, Tuesday, that US President Joe Biden had ordered airstrikes against three locations owned by Kataib Hezbollah and its affiliated organizations in Iraq.

In a statement, the White House claimed that US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin informed President Biden over the phone on Monday afternoon on the event. During the call, the president was given a number of alternatives, and he decided to launch the attacks.

This morning, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin declared that US forces had struck three locations in Iraq that were utilized by Kataib Hezbollah and its allied factions.

The American airstrike on the headquarters of factions under the Popular Mobilization Forces yesterday, Tuesday, was denounced by the Iraqi government. The attack targeted a military base in the city of Erbil and resulted in casualties among the ranks. It also caused the fall of one member and the wounding of eighteen others, including civilians. US military.

On January 3, 2020, an American drone attacked and killed Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the Chief of Staff of the Popular Mobilization Forces, and General Qassem Soleimani, the leader of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, along with those who were in the convoy.