Shia Militias Group in Iraq (SMG), Usba al Thaerin, released a new video, threatening Iraqi air-base Ain al Assad which still hosts US troops.
Date Event Location Sector Target Alleged Actor 06/04/2020 5 rockets targeted Halliburton oil company facilities in Basra az-Zubayr, Basra Economic SMG 26/03/2020 2 rounds of rockets impacted the Baghdad Green Zone Green Zone Civil SMG 17/03/2020 5 rockets launched towards Green Zone, Baghdad Green Zone Civil SMG 16/03/2020 2 rockets landed on Besmaya Complex, North […]
Shia Militia Group (SMG) in Iraq, Usba al Thaerin (which carried out the attacks on al-Taji military base on 14 and 11 March), shared a video recorded by a civilian drone, threatening US embassy in Baghdad despite the recent US troops withdrawals from Iraqi military bases.
Shia Militias Group (SMG) Usba al Thaerin claimed responsibility for the rocket attack carried out on Besmaya Base, North Baghdad, in Iraq.
An alleged new Iran-backed Shia Militia Group (SMG), Usba al Thaerin (Vengeance League), announced its foundation, claiming responsibility for the recent rocket attacks on al Taji base, in Iraq.
Iran-backed Shia Militia Group (SMG) in Iraq, Harakat al Nujaba, strongly condemned the latest US raid on PMU bases, carried out in response to the rocket attack on al Taji base, which has caused the death of two US and one British soldiers. Harakat al Nujaba Official Spokesman criticized the Iraqi Parliament for condemning the […]
Iran-backed Shia Militia Group (SMG) Kataib Hezbollah, praised the latest rocket attack on al Taji Base, in Iraq, declaring it’s time to expel US army from the country.
Hizbollah al Hijaz, Iran-backed Sh’ia group in Saudi Arabia, threatens US interests in the country to avenge the killings of Iranian generals Abu Mahdi al Muhandis and Qassem Suleimani.
Al Muqawama al Islamia fi Bahrain (coalition of Iran-backed Sh’ia Militias in Bahrain) threatens US interests in the country to revenge the killings of Abu Mahdi al Muhandis and Qassem Soleimani.
In the last video released by Amaq News Agency fighters from Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Kashmir renewed their oath to the Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi.