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Biden Bombs Syria, Iraq And Threatens Iran

By Robert Inlakesh

The US Biden administration has launched its second round of airstrikes on Syria this year, also bombarding Iraq, in a move which it defends as forwarding the aims of peace and stability. Yet it only seems like the strikes have worked to escalate tensions with the two countries and Iran.

This Monday morning the US military used F-15 and F-16 fighter jets to strike targets in both Iraq and Syria, belonging to the Hashd al-Shaabi (PMU, PMF). US President Joe Biden signed off on the strikes, without an approval from congress, sparking backlash at what many critics have called an undemocratic move.

The Pentagon said “As demonstrated by this evening’s strikes, President Biden has been clear that he will act to protect U.S. personnel,” in a statement it issued on the strikes. Yet, despite the strikes being labelled as retaliatory and defensive in nature, the United States had not been able to verify that the two militia groups, Kataeb Hezbollah and Kataeb al-Seyyed al-Shuhadda, were in fact behind any of the attacks on US forces they are accused of...

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