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Another Attack Targeted U.S.-led Coalition Supply Convoy Near Iraq’s Baghdad (Video)

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On August 22, a new attack targeted a convoy transporting logistical supply for the U.S.-led coalition near the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

According to Sabereen News, a Telegram channel close to Iraqi Shiite armed groups, said that the attack had taken place in Ghazaliya in Baghdad’s western outskirts. The convoy was moving on a highway leading to the al-Shuala district when it was struck by at least one improvised explosive device (IED).

Sabereen News shared a video confirming that at least one of the convoy’s truck was damaged as a result of the IED explosion.

A day earlier, an attack targeted a vehicle owned by an Iraqi company working with the U.S.-led coalition near Baghdad. The vehicle was destroyed and its driver lost his life.

Shiite groups, which vowed to expel U.S. forces from Iraq after the assassination of Iranian Quds Force Commander Maj. Gen. Qassim Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, Deputy-Commander of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units earlier this year, are allegedly behind these attacks.

Despite sustaining material losses in the attacks on its supply convoys, the U.S.-led coalition has been so far ignoring these incidents. This may change soon.

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Servet Köseoğlu

Us has to deploy more drones…Ability restrictions lifted for limited use until the enemy has been rendered silent…

PZIVJ

How about the US getting the hell out of Iraq !
Do you live in an occupied country, or just talking from your behind ? :)

Servet Köseoğlu

Makes you wonder, doesn’t it. If there are normal people under that uniform…

PZIVJ

Are you related to Jens, only with better English skills?

Servet Köseoğlu

not me..you should ask again tomorrow…ı have lots of persona maybe the other is somehow related..

shylockracy

They may be sniffing the same glue.

Jens Holm

Thye vcloned him as a polot project and then made me.

We sing Hallo Dolly frieday, saturday and sunday 5 times a day.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Okx01677TtA

shylockracy

There are Ziowahhabi scum like you ordering those subnormals to go fight in Iraq so it’s no wonder.

Servet Köseoğlu

no ı have a proper job…survival of the fittest rule is working at middle east..those subnormals will die eventually..but the world is so boring without idiots like you to amuse me..

shylockracy

Most certainly, you sound as retarded as one of the global Ziocorporate terrorists’ drone operators.

Servet Köseoğlu

no sweet-darling ı prefer play f1 at my 27 inch monitor..ı cant kill people…the point is
To reign over the kingdom of the world, to make its peace and write its laws; to be generous to the obedient and merciless to all who would stand against you. Nothing ever changes; two thousand years and you still act like the world is yours. You are all the same..some choose hard the other chooses easy way..so dont lecture me bs again..at least ı am openly expressing my thoughts…

shylockracy

Like a Zioterrorist drone letting off hot-air superiority over a Yemeni wedding, until it got jammed.

Servet Köseoğlu

everyrhing slips away and you remain with only your shame…Your world of choices was not meant for me to interfere with.

Jens Holm

Thats a compliment.

Jens Holm

It solves nothing. Most likely Bagdad just will be some colony of Iran and will make more conflicts eith teh emirates.

Where are the people living there in this.

Assad must stay

this servet guy makes no sense at all and has absolutely no grounds for his worthless arguments

FlorianGeyer

The US will really get nasty about their supply convoys being attacked when a delivery of Twinkie’s is destroyed. Obese US troops would be in a major panic and morale would hit the floor :)

It would be a form of chemical warfare ‘by the denial’ of the fatty’s comfort food of choice.

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shylockracy

Zioterrorists’ll have lotsa fun until drones start crashing with each other.

Jens Holm

You still dont get how productive west is.

johnny rotten

Certain familiar sounds begin to be heard:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AssDQbaIP_I

shylockracy

“Military cooperation between Russia and Iran ‘will reach new levels’”

If that doesn’t trigger a definite turning point, nothing will. The globalist Ziocorporate terrorists, and the Ziowahhabi operations in the Middle East have only met reactive resistance so far, nothing that truly affects their global “business” model of geopolitics, and if that’s not disrupted, nothing will continue to happen.

johnny rotten

The most important turning point, in my opinion, is the one that is beginning now, the popular revolt against the American and Kurdish fascists, when the people get angry and are seriously pissed off, the invaders have to leave, this is what I wanted to wish with the triumphal march of G. Verdi’s Aida.

shylockracy

There’s always been resistance, the global Ziocorporate terrorists didn’t let their most mind-programmed attack dogs go all-out psycho killer in Fallujah because Iraqis were too receptive of the 2003 Zioterrorist invasion.

How well coordinated, armed and supported the revolt you speak of is will define any results they may attain but that’s yet to be seen.

Jens Holm

“People” there are not You and not even supporters of Your oppinions.

HiaNd

Those Kurds are not not “fascists”.

Just regular dorks, pretending to be the serious occupying force, because they have Americunts behind their back.
Why do you have that silly need to bring ideology in everything?
This is 21st century not cold war era.
Those Arab tribes take hell of lot of time, to get “angry”.
I just hope that Americunts didn’t buy all tribe leaders to kowtow their dominance over the region with handful of dollars.

Bill Rood

Read a little about Murray Bookchin, then learn about what the PKK is actually doing where they govern. It’s their way or the highway, even for fellow Kurds. They are definitely authoritarian fascists in anarcho-Marxist clothing.

HiaNd

They are not all PKK !

How can everybody be communist if they live in non communist countries?
Are you saying that there are no Muslims among them?
I just can’t believe that….it is really hard to believe that…and if anybody wants to make me believe that ….than it will take some serious source not some you tube video..

Phoron

Kurds are Marxist, if anything- the antithesis of fascists.

Marxism is like a fire at a landfill, it smolders continuously, producing a retch-inducing stink, lowering the quality of life for everyone around it, but never quite gets rid of all the garbage.

HiaNd

Oh common you can’t be so uninformed (or narrow minded if it is not problem of being uninformed)!
Where did you get that “information” on some “stormer” ultra right neo-Nazi site?
So because they speak so much about “PKK” on the West you have imagined that every Kurd is communist?!?
There are so many Kurds including those that are fighting (that are outside of PKK)

Or if you ultra right yourself it is absurd to label all Kurds as communists
But whatever you prefer just don’t try to impose it on me.
I am sure Turks will love your comment though!

Phoron

Are you denying that PKK or YPG are Marxist?

I’m going out on a limb but I’ll assert that most Kurds – at least outside of Turkey- harbor some moderate to strong Marxist inclination, as evidenced by the popular organizations that administer them.

I wouldnt claim all Kurds-or even 90%-are terrorists, or Marxists. That’s a pretty silly straw-man…

On the other hand, it’s also goofy to assert that Kurds in Syria and Iraq dont tend towards Marxism…

HiaNd

I am denying that all Kurd’s are non Muslims!
I find absurd the claim that all Kurds who live in non communist countries are all communists !??!
I don’t know where they “tend to”, all I know that NOT SINGLE nation in democratic or at least non communist countries are in majority communists!
Not SINGLE ONE !
While you insist on that regarding their national tendency; appurtenance.
In communist countries everybody is communist of course because repressed.

Ashok Varma

US invaded Iraq under total lies as a justification and sadly Russia, China and most of the world went along with this murderous war and occupation, this only emboldened the a predatory violent rogue state like the US. However, it is time to support the resistance forces.

Fog of War

These attacks cause too little damage or casualities. Overall, they are just pin prick attacks. The US faced worse during the Iraq wars yet they’re still there. What does that tell everyone ?

Putin Apologist

Remember the “U.S.–Iraq Status of Forces Agreement”?

“It established that U.S. combat forces would withdraw from Iraqi cities by June 30, 2009, and all U.S. combat forces will be completely out of Iraq by December 31, 2011.”

They left once but were asked to returned with the rise of ISIS.

They were convinced to leave… it looks the like Iraqis will have to convince them a second time.

Fog of War

I dont think you understand ZioAmerican politics very well. The whole ” draw down ” agreement was just theater for several reasons.

1) Obama had to fulfill a campaign promise. The ” agreement ” was the illusion to accomplish that.

2) Tens of thousands of combat contractors never left the country. Combat pilots and drones never left either. Nor did thousands of combat Special Forces.

3) Ground troops were reduced, supposedly, however many were just rotated in and out of the country on a new ” temporary ” basis. It was a ” magician’s trick “.

4) The agreement was also designed to lull the Iraq’s into a sense of ” victory ” and complacency.

5) The Zio Americans knew they would be ” invited ” back because they were already assembling their ” ISIS ” forces for the next ” act in the play “.

They werent convinced to leave, it was a psychological setup of many different angles.

Putin Apologist

“1) Obama had to fulfill a campaign promise.”

Right of the bat you’re wrong…. the the SOFA was signed “On November 17, 2008, after months of negotiations, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker and Iraq Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari signed two documents” several months before Obama took office.

https://fas.org/sgp/crs/natsec/R40011.pdf

As for Obama keeping a campaign promise. Good luck trying to find one.

Jens Holm

Yes USA had no plan for the future of Iraq.

John

Jens, that is astounding to see you put that forth. Why do you think it is so?

Jens Holm

Thats very very biased.

Fog of War

Of course its biased, these are my ideas and coclusions. How could I not be biased towards them. Do you even know what that word means ?

Jaime Galarza

Why do you entertain the village idiot?

Ashok Varma

That is a good question. This Jens creature thrives on any attention and hence his propensity to post meaningless spam in every thread, just to elicit any reaction. Best option is to ignore.

Jens Holm

It was a great mistake all troops were taken out. USA proåposed they should one ightin division there as Firebrigade.

So ISIS and many other things went out of hand as well as things were not done well by the Leaders in Bagdad at all.

Ashok Varma

ISIS and other Wahhabi terror groups are part and parcel of US proxy wars. They date back to the Soviet era in Afghanistan and are now embedded in Pentagon and CIA military strategy. Since India is reverting back to its historic ties with Russia and rejected US instigated war on China, ISIS has emerged in India as well.

John

Keep your eye on the ball Fog.

Fog of War

How many more Syrians and Iraqis need to die while we keep our eyes on the ” ball ” ? Whats acceptable to you ? How many more years of warfare should they endure while you sit at home with your eyes on the ” ball ” ? The longer this drags out the longer thesee people have to suffer. You wouldnt be so calm and diplomatic if it was your family I’m sure.

John

In terms of your sentiment, I agree. However, you missed my point by miles.You will get it, sooner or later.

Fog of War

No I haven’t since you never bothered to articulate one. Quit with the cryptic talk and get to your point, That way we can see if you’re full of BS.

John

quick to call somebody full of s h i t is usually a sign of a problem with that person. Easy there tinker belle.

shylockracy

Biz, biz, biz, it’s all been showbiz. Iran could only do as much, they can only fit the role of a regional power, and Iraq by itself can’t do shit -same for Syria/Lebanon. Ziodi Wahhabia has spent over 70% of its reserves and petrodollars feeding the global Ziocorporate terrorist war-profiteering machine in the US/EU and ISISrael.

If Xi’s BRI is only to help the Zioterrorists and WEF scum embedded in the collective West keep filling their coffers thru “trade and partnership”, kiss resistance bye bye.

Daily Beatings

A disclaimer should be inserted at the end of your comment stating “past performance is not indicative of future results”. The goal of asymmetric warfare is that small and constituent attacks will eventually deplete the enemy’s access to resources and their morality, but in the case of the US they will leave once the political cost is too great.

The attacks are not to intended to cause widespread destruction or mass causalities or even a non-proportional response, but only to facilitate this political pressure point. The following quote I believe is apropos:

“You know you never defeated us on the battlefield,” said the American colonel. The North Vietnamese colonel pondered this remark a moment. “That may be so,” he replied, “but it is also irrelevant.”

https://www.jstor.org/stable/23609710?seq=1

shylockracy

With over 5000 lost aircraft and a pile of 60000 Americunt body bags, not counting the Australians, South Koreans and other scum, the Zioterrorist defeat happened in the air.

Jens Holm

And thats why the palestiniens send balloons with fire??? Or what.

Jim Allen

On the ground, dummy.
When North, and South Vietnamese militaries attacked US forces, 1974.

Ashok Varma

The Vietcong and NVA defeated the US in a massive ground offensive that lasted with tanks rolling into the Presidential Palace in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in 1975 April. US suffered a cumulative defeat in land, sea and air.

FlorianGeyer

I remember that day well, when an NVA tank drove through the locked gates of the palace :)

It was a good day.

Fog of War

How many US and other casualties did these small Vietnamese ” asymmetric and constituent ” attacks cause again ?

Daily Beatings

The issue is not the number of causalities, that’s irrelevant. It’s forcing a political decision to withdraw when the majority of the population, both home and abroad, consider this an unpopular military occupation. History has shown this time and time again to be the case, so it’s inevitable.

Putin Apologist

Agreed, these two wars (Iraq and Vietnam) saw many differences but fundamentally they were identical. The rejection of an occupation by a foreign power.

Jens Holm

No, they are not

Jim Allen

The wars don’t really compare. There’s only one commonality. And Iraq hasn’t got there yet. It’s got a good start.
Military alliance with Russia, military alliances with Iran, Syria, all interlocking. Trade alliances as well.
Iraq has a decent military, and militias, as well.
For some absurd reason none commenting on “What Putin should do,” etc., the fact that these countries all work as an allied force. Not a bunch of individual countries acting independently. US Coalition is facing an enemy it cannot defeat, and it damn near is standing alone, it’s NATO allies appear to have had enough of US shit.
Okay, The City of London, is Zionist Khazar criminal Banking Cabal, and this is the masters US Government serves.
US isn’t acting in it’s own interests, it’s acting in the interests of The City of London.
Isreal is 60% owned by Rothschild, and doesn’t call the shots either. Those that think otherwise aren’t painting themselves an accurate picture of the region, or the world. The bigger the picture the more inaccurate it becomes. A little understanding of war helps. Many commenting don’t seem to understand strategy, and the geopolitical conditions that dictate the conduct of war.
Of course this means one must have some knowledge of all sides, in order to see why things are done the way they’re done.
Zionist trolls have come out of the woodwork lately.

FlorianGeyer

” Zionist trolls have come out of the woodwork lately.”

Yes, and whenever they do, we know that a nerve has been struck.
I find that its less time wasting just to block the Zio Shills.

Phoron

Video I made some years back about these two https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rl1yv-a2GZ8

Jens Holm

Very incompetent and incomplete assumptions.

Daily Beatings

You know you’re over the target when you’re getting flack. Your post is proof positive my assessment is both accurate and correct.

HiaNd

you are the only Master of “incompetent assumptions”

nobody comes even close, even if they try :)

FlorianGeyer

Very true :)

Fog of War

” The issue is not the number of causalities, ”

Actually, that is the main issue for ‘merikans. They dont care about casualties , they only care about too many casualties and these miniscule attacks will never produce those numbers. Do you think the average ‘merikan even talks about Syria, Iraq, or Afghanistan anymore ? These attacks just kill stupid contractors and Iraqi truck drivers.

Daily Beatings

Casualty numbers are even lower in Afghanistan, but the US is looking for a political solution since their military objectives can’t be obtained. If the issue was just the number of causalities the US would stay indefinitely, correct? So obviously that’s not the case. The US is looking for an exit strategy for a unpopular military occupation, it’s really that simple.

Putin Apologist

I agree, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan don’t make the headlines as offen these days but this is mostly because the new “enemy” is now Russia, Iran and China. But the American people, they want their sons and daughters home, they want an end to all of these pointless wars. It’s the ruling class that cannot read the writing on the wall.

Ashok Varma

To the military industrial complex, Deep State and Bilderberg, the US people are mere cannon fodder and don’t matter. US military is basically disposable trailer trash.

Servet Köseoğlu

agreed.. Us has access to hundred thousands of contractors now. Do you remember President Trumps speech at 03.01.2020.. ”For years, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and its ruthless Quds Force — under Soleimani’s leadership — has targeted, injured, and murdered hundreds of American civilians and servicemen.” who are these people?..most of them conractors from abroad ready for action for 800-1000 bucks….

igybundy

DOH a lot of those were by sadr forces and the iraqi sunni lions who sided with ISIS and who were armed and paid for by the US later on.. how are they iranian anything? trump is really illiterate on everything except what size mamograms others have.

HiaNd

Stopping their systematic robbing of oil would be very important step in right direction to make Syria much less interesting and just waste of money on longer term.
What armchair generals often do not know is that US forces are in Syria above all on demand of Israel. To stop liberation of Syria, to support Israeli satraps Kurds and prevent Iran from installing their presence in Syria in more significant way.

Jens Holm

The main problems are that Iraq only seemes to be able to produce corrupt incompetent Leader.

You also has forgotten USA(and Nato) actualy left and was asked for.

Your theses for guerilla warfare male me home, Ypu as soon as poosble wil be a general for my enemies.

Ashok Varma

These attacks are meaningless as they result in no casualties and the quisling Iraqi government is still in power.

christianblood

The cunts are under pressure in Iraq, they are indeed under huge psychological stress and fear. And now even the Iraqi civilian companies that are working for them are being targeted and this will only increase in the coming weeks and months. The occupying cunts have just announced that they are about to abandon their biggest military base near Baghdad soon. See their latest withdrawal communicy below:

https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/202008231080252733-us-led-coalition-to-withdraw-troops-from-iraqs-taji-military-base-reports-say/

Assad must stay

AHAHAHAHAHHA!!!

igybundy

only need to wack a few more fijinas before they do a sudanese and hi tale it back..

cechas vodobenikov

little is required to frighten the insecure amerikans—after a few thousand died in Vietnam and they killed and wounded their own officers—“fragging”—they surrendered and turned their imperialistic attention to Indonesia, Chile, Nicaragua, etc….too fearful to send troops they flooded these nations with millions in bribes—no different than Bolivia recently…envious that they cannot have a democracy—the amerikans wish to make civilized nations into colonized dictatorships

Антон С

Good news, everyone! Pentagon moves out from a base near Baghdad and relocate personnel to Erbil, because tired by “Al-Hashd ash-Shaabi” strikes. I think some of Shaabi guys should take a trip to Erbil.)

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