Iraqi Militias Say US Troops Become Legitimate Target After Trump’s Recongition Of Jerusalem As Israeli Capital

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Iraqi Militias Say US Troops Become Legitimate Target After Trump's Recongition Of Jerusalem As Israeli Capital

A member of Harakat Hezbollah al Nujaba

US President Donald Trump’s decision to recongize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has put lives of the American soldiers deployed in Iraq at risk.

Iraqi paramilitary group Harakat Hezbollah al Nujaba has already declared that Tumpr’s decision is a “legitimate reason” to attack US soldiers in Iraq.

“Trump’s stupid decision… will be the big spark for removing this entity [Israel] from the body of the Islamic nation, and a legitimate reason to target American forces” Harakat Hezbollah al Nujaba leader Akram al-Kaabi declared according to Reuters.

Harakat Hezbollah al Nujaba is a part of the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), an umbrella organization compising of various pro-government militias officially. The PMU is officially incorporated into the Iraqi Armed Forces.

Trump’s decision to recongize Jerusalem as the Israeli true capital and the declared intent to move US embassy there have already led to the growing tensions in the region.

Hamas Politburo Chief Ismail Haniyeh called for an uprising in the the West Bank and Jerusalem and Hezbollah supported this declaration.

More about the Popular Mobilization Units (the analysis was originally released at southfront.org on August 28, 2017):

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  • Simon Gould

    They always have been

  • Promitheas Apollonious

    about time they taste their own medicine. Settlers in the colony of what they call united states, is time to be treated for what exactly they are, the scum of the earth and a cancer needed urgently to be removed from the face of the earth.

    They started their existence with a genocide they glorified with their holyshit movies and proceeded since then to be the hard core with their anglozionist masters of all genocides committed on earth. What they practiced for so many centuries is only fair to come to them ten fold.

    • MeMadMax

      And yet everything you use right now, from that phone to that computer you are beeping out ur discontent, came from:

      The USA….

      You fail to recognize that this is nothing more than a religious civil war and the US gov’ment had picked a side and is supporting it….

      Also, the british created this mess, why don’t you say some choice words to them first???

      • Promitheas Apollonious

        They did not come from USA. Usa has invented nothing as there is nothing but a colony of settlers that come all from other countries and most of the brains imported there have already left generations ago and went back home. Now that if some of the foreign inventions have been made in usa meaning manufactured there, that is business and is the same as all electronics at one time manufactured in one country or another as is the case now with China.

        I never fail in all occasions to recognize the fact that anglozionsts are the creators of the colonies, i.e. USa – canada – australia. as for the british the first ones to lose their sovereign status, during the Cromwell era is common knowledge among the schoolars of historical fact.

        So since usa is the military arm of NWO that follows direction from City of London not the british, i may consider you also a victim of them, but will never recognize any greatness to the colonies as they had the chance especially usa to create a paradise on earth and instead they genocide a continent and destroy all her natural resources, weighting war globally against defenseless countries and causing the death of 10s of millions of people since their creation.

        I have nothing good to say for this kind of half breeds that are like locust on earth I am sorry, or their creators who admittedly are worst that their clones. Only if you are holyshit educated can you believe that something good ever come out of the colonies or their masters.

        • Tony B.

          You recognize the true enemy but you are wrong on your take on the U.S. When it broke away from Britain in part (never got completely away – the freemasons made sure of that) it, at first, gave true freedom to its citizens to keep the benefits of their labor. This was the era when American ingenuity was not stifled and much that the world uses today was invented and manufactured. Americans were not then hindered by British capitalism (capital in the hands of the few) but operated under FREE ENTERPRISE (capital diversified among the many). When the cabal in the City of London saw this they determined to put Americans under the same slavery status as the rest of their empire, which they eventually accomplished in spades.

        • MeMadMax

          You sound like a muslim since you refer to paradise on earth, which means you have been brainwashed to hate anything not authorized by the quran…

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            that is a low mentality persons conclusion kid. And I am responsible for what I say, not how your low level, translates what i say in the single cell, between your ears. You must be an amerikkkan.

      • Tony B.

        Give your choice words to the Rothschild cabal which is the satanic final boss of ALL this sort of misery in the whole world.
        That is the CAUSE, all the rest is just SYMPTOM.
        If you want to stop the problems you must quit fighting the SYMPTOMS and concentrate on eliminating the CAUSE.

        • MeMadMax

          So ur saying the rothschilds are the brainchild behind every single thing in the world?
          Wouldn’t that essentially mean they are more powerful than “god”?
          >_>

          • Tony B.

            If you want to accuse God of causing misery and only have true belief in the material world that WOULD seem true to you.
            God does NOT interfere with free will, otherwise it would not be free will, so in that sense, yes, the cabal with its worldwide stranglehold on money creation, the ONE ENGINE BEHIND ALL THAT IS ALLOWED TO HAPPEN ON EARTH MATERIALLY, seems stronger on earth. They will likely find a different situation in the next world.
            If you are ignorant of the Rothschild hold on the world, as most here seem to be, I advise you to do some study, as otherwise you can blather forever and it will MAKE NO DIFFERENCE WHATSOEVER CONCERNING WHAT HAPPENS IN THE WORLD.
            You will continue to blame whomsoever the media convinces you to blame and NEVER get to the always hidden truth. Thus continuing to be a willing servant of the cabal by keeping all factions that are controlled fighting one another instead of fighting the ONE AND ONLY CAUSE.

          • MeMadMax

            Great work twisting my words ^.^

            /golfclap

          • Tony B.

            Write truth, no need to “twist.”
            Your non-reply is proof.
            Take my advice and study up. You’ll be amazed at how much you’ll like the real truth instead of the constant barrage of half-truth and outright lie of media everywhere. Makes for more worthwhile comments too.

  • AlexanderAmproz

    Russins and Muslims were run in the floor
    thanks of Zbigniew Brzezinski,
    architect of the catastrophe in Afghanistan, dead at 89

    What is going on today is just the continuity of it !

    https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2017/05/29/zbig-m29.html

    By Bill Van Auken

    29 May 2017

    Zbigniew Brzezinski, security adviser to Democratic President Jimmy Carter and a longtime proponent of an aggressive strategy for asserting US global hegemony, died Friday at the age of 89.

    During his four-year tenure in the Carter White House, Brzezinski was involved in a large number of criminal operations carried out by US imperialism around the globe, from support for the Shah’s attempts to drown the Iranian Revolution in blood to the initiation of a US policy in Central America that led to bloody counterinsurgency campaigns that claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands.

    Unquestionably, however, the greatest of these crimes, and one for which he proudly took credit, was the orchestration and support of a dirty war waged by Islamist mujahedeen against the Soviet-backed government of Afghanistan at the end of the 1970s.

    Born into an aristocratic Polish family that was forced to take refuge in Canada, where his father was a diplomat at the outbreak of World War II, Brzezinski’s outlook and policies were grounded in a ferocious hatred of revolution, socialism and the Soviet Union.

    He was recruited into anti-Soviet operations while lecturing at Harvard University in the 1950s. He was among a delegation sent by the CIA through its front group, the “Independent Service for Information,” to intervene at a Soviet-backed world youth festival held in Vienna in 1959. He was described by contemporaries as the most anticommunist and provocative of those sent by the US intelligence agency.

    In the early 1970s, Brzezinski was tapped by David Rockefeller to head the Trilateral Commission, a body created to coordinate imperialist strategy between Washington, Western Europe and Japan. The commission, made up of influential business and political figures, in turn, threw its support behind the 1976 presidential campaign of Democrat Jimmy Carter, then governor of Georgia and seen as a Washington “outsider” who could provide a fresh face after the debacle of the administration of Richard Nixon and that of his successor, Gerald Ford. Members of the commission occupied key posts in the Carter administration, with Brzezinski as national security adviser exercising overwhelming influence over US foreign policy.

    It was in this position that Brzezinski authored one of the greatest crimes carried out by US imperialism in the 20th century, the instigation of a war in Afghanistan that has continued to ravage the country to this day.

    In its obituary of Brzezinski, the New York Times acknowledges that “his rigid hatred of the Soviet Union” had placed him “to the right of many Republicans, including Mr. Kissinger and President Richard M. Nixon.” It adds that under Carter he directed US policy with the aim of “thwarting Soviet expansionism at any cost…for better or worse.” As an example, it states, “He supported billions in military aid for Islamic militants fighting invading Soviet troops in Afghanistan.”

    This is a deliberate distortion of the real role played by Washington, its military and the CIA in Afghanistan, under Brzezinski’s direction.

    Brzezinski acknowledged in an interview with the French news magazine Le Nouvel Observateur in January 1998 that he initiated a policy in which the CIA covertly began arming the mujahedeen in July 1978—six months before Soviet troops intervened in Afghanistan—with the explicit aim of dragging the Soviet Union into a debilitating war.

    Asked, given the catastrophe unleashed upon Afghanistan and the subsequent growth of Islamist terrorist groups like Al Qaeda, whether he regretted the policy he championed in Afghanistan, Brzezinski replied:

    “Regret what? That secret operation was an excellent idea. It had the effect of drawing the Russians into the Afghan trap and you want me to regret it? The day that the Soviets officially crossed the border, I wrote to President Carter: We now have the opportunity of giving to the USSR its Vietnam War. Indeed, for almost 10 years, Moscow had to carry on a war unsupportable by the government, a conflict that brought about the demoralization and finally the breakup of the Soviet empire.”

    Asked specifically whether he regretted the CIA’s collaboration with and arming of Islamist extremists, including Al Qaeda, in fomenting the war in Afghanistan, Brzezinski responded contemptuously: “What is most important to the history of the world? The Taliban or the collapse of the Soviet empire? Some stirred-up Moslems or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the cold war?”

    In the four decades of nearly uninterrupted fighting that flowed from Brzezinski’s “excellent idea”—with nearly 9,000 US troops still on the ground and plans being set in motion to carry out another escalation—over 2 million Afghans have lost their lives and millions more have been turned into refugees.

    In the aftermath of the Moscow Stalinist bureaucracy’s formal dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991, Brzezinski refocused his long-standing maniacal hostility to the USSR toward a strategy to assert undisputed US hegemony over Eurasia.

    He was among the more influential imperialist strategists in shaping a policy of attempting to offset the long-term decline in the world position of American capitalism by resorting to Washington’s unchallenged supremacy in terms of military might. This turn would lead to unending wars in the Middle East and Central Asia designed to assert undisputed American dominance in the regions containing the lion’s share of the world’s oil and natural gas reserves.

    In an article published in the September-October 1997 issue of Foreign Affairs, Brzezinski argued:

    “Eurasia is the world’s axial supercontinent. A power that dominated Eurasia would exercise decisive influence over two of the world’s three most economically productive regions, Western Europe and East Asia. A glance at the map also suggests that a country dominant in Eurasia would almost automatically control the Middle East and Africa. With Eurasia now serving as the decisive geopolitical chessboard, it no longer suffices to fashion one policy for Europe and another for Asia. What happens with the distribution of power on the Eurasian landmass will be of decisive importance to America’s global primacy and historical legacy … In a volatile Eurasia, the immediate task is to ensure that no state or combination of states gains the ability to expel the United States or even diminish its decisive role.”

    Expanding on this thesis in his book The Grand Chessboard, Brzezinski voiced his concern about the major obstacle to Washington pursuing such an aggressive drive for hegemony: the hostility of the vast majority of the American people to war.

    He wrote: “… America is too democratic at home to be autocratic abroad. This limits the use of America’s power, especially its capacity for military intimidation. Never before has a populist democracy attained international supremacy. But the pursuit of power is not a goal that commands popular passion, except in conditions of a sudden threat or challenge to the public’s sense of domestic well-being. The economic self-denial (that is, defense spending) and the human sacrifices (casualties even among professional soldiers) required in the effort are uncongenial to democratic instincts. Democracy is inimical to imperial mobilization.” [The Grand Chessboard, Basic Books, pp. 35-36].

    Four years later, on September 11, 2001, the “sudden threat or challenge to the public’s sense of domestic well-being” that the former national security adviser saw as a necessary precondition for launching a global campaign of American militarism was served up by the very forces that he and the CIA had promoted in Afghanistan. Al Qaeda, with its historic ties to US intelligence, claimed credit for the attacks on New York City and Washington, which were carried out by individuals who were able to move remarkably unhindered in and out of the US.

    Brzezinski was a virulent opponent of revolution, socialism and any challenge to the existing capitalist order from the left. In 1968, during the mass protests against the Vietnam War, he wrote in the New Republic that students should be prevented from protesting by locking them up, adding that if the protests’ “leadership cannot be physically liquidated, it can at least be expelled from the country.”

    In more recent years, particularly in the wake of the meltdown of the global capitalist financial system in 2008, Brzezinski has repeatedly warned of the “growing risk of class hatred” and the danger of radicalization among young people under conditions of unsustainable levels of social inequality.

    In his 2012 book Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of Global Power, he wrote: “Populations of young adults… are especially explosive when combined with the revolution in communication technology.” He continued: “Often educated but unemployed, their resulting frustration and alienation” leaves them “susceptible to ideological agitation and revolutionary mobilization.”

    In a television interview that year, he warned that a growing “sense of social injustice can be terribly demoralizing and, politically in the long run, very dangerous.”

    While able to perceive this danger and issue his warnings, Brzezinski was no more able than any other representative of America’s capitalist ruling establishment to offer a rational, much less progressive, answer to the rising social and class conflicts that pose the threat of revolution.

    • Gregory Casey

      Well said. Every word you have written is correct but, you have not expanded your thoughts to include the sparking of the New World Order movement amongst the neoCons under Reagan & Bush I & II whose growth in the undergrowth of American politics over the course the the period between 1980 and 2003 has led to the US being in a constant state of war ever since Dubya, together with Cheney & Rumsfeld decided to unleash American ‘Power’ on Iraq and Afghanistan. That mistaken and grossly illegal continuing war has brought the World to the verge of catastrophe with Trump’s wholly mistaken and quite idiotic decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel, a decision taken following consultation with the new Saudi dictator at the behest of Kushner and the criminal BiBi, that will be seen forever as the spark that lit the fire of total and all-out war in the Middle East. That war will be directed against Iran but it is the Peoples of Persia, in Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, western Pakistan and southern Russia that will lay America low …… so low that it will never recover. It should also be remembered that Russia is Iran’s ally and Syria’s ally. I hate to even consider the thought but I believe this decision is the one that has sparked our Civilization’s ultimate armageddon because Europe cannot escape such a war, no more than can America through Geography.

  • Joe

    ME is already in a big mess and why Trump have to pick a can of worms and put it into his ass that benefits no one but causes a lot of problems?

    To make America great again?

    • MeMadMax

      I think that it benifits three things: ben netanyahoo, who has shown to be more and more belligerant by the hour(and is under corruption investigation, distract with war), the MIC, who would love nothing more than never ending chaos/war in the ME, and finally, big oil. The chaos will obviously jack up the prices.

    • Rodger

      The best way to get the US out of the ME for a president is by making sure his side loses while appearing to support them to his own people. This drives a huge wedge into the Israeli-Arab coalition. And that makes a big US deployment less likely.

      • Tony B.

        Wake up! Trump (real name Drumpf) is an Israeli ass kisser and Rothschild prostitute. Always was, always will be.

        • Rodger

          Be nice. Jews shouldn’t be blamed as a group anymore than anyone else.

          • Tony B.

            So how does your statement effect what I wrote? You have the ADL induced dysfunction of ASSUMING THAT ANYTHING REMOTELY CONNECTED TO JEWS MUST BE LAUDATORY OR ELSE NOT MENTIONED.
            However, you are wrong anyway. The talmudist Jews (which are only a faction) MUST be blamed because their agenda IS world conquest and they never deviate from that aim, no matter how many they decide have to be slaughtered in their tactics. That includes other Jews by the way.
            Do some homework, get some true knowledge.

  • Expo Marker

    The Iraqi resistance movements have a right to fight back against the US, who have already caused calamity in Iraq and across the region. The US fight against ISIS is almost over, and there will soon be no real purpose for American troops other than to stop Iranian militias. But as ISIS dies, those Iranian militias have voluntarily disarmed.

    The US is lost, and so is their leader Donald Trump.

    • Do you really believe that US fight against ISIS when they are the ones that admitted they backed up ISIS finance , training organizing etc from the Mujaheddin time ?

      • Expo Marker

        Certainly not. The US created and supported elements of ISIS so they could undermine the Baghdad government and further balkanize the nation, and ensure that the Arab tribes loyal to ISIS will sway and later go to join the SDF.

        • And at the same time they quote the whole world that ”we make war for peace” so as to excuse theirs massacres , help their dying economy since we all know what benefited industry war is and fullfil their big need for globalization establishment under their umbrella

          Don’t Forget we are now in Gladio II phase .

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  • Paranam Kid

    Any attack on its troops in Iraq will be blamed by the US on Iran, and will thus be an excellent excuse to attack Iran, which in turn will set the whole region ablaze, with that tiny ziofascist dung hill reduced to dust in all likelihood getting showered from the south & the north by rockets. Trump is an excellent strategist.

    • Rodger

      They can only attack Iran if they have their bases in Iraq, Turkey and Qatar. Nice strategy short term, horrible strategy long term. And even for the short term it only works if the other side makes dumb moves. I think Iran knows very well the ME conflict is a wrestling match with punches and it’s almost always a bad idea to give up a strangle hold or armlock to throw a punch.
      I think they will just make the US forces all over the Arab world feel very insecure until they do what the US does in such a situation and open fire on the wrong targets. Even if they don’t the cases of PTSD will skyrocket. Just handing out fireworks to kids around US bases would already achieve this. A ‘let the US and Al Quds hear your disapproval’ campaign of making noise around US personnel is really all it takes.
      But I don’t even think they need to anything to make them ill at ease because Trump with this move already made sure the local population likes them a lot less than a week ago and the smart ones know they have to be on their toes.

      • FlorianGeyer

        You make a good point.
        The US and Israel arrogantly think that their enemies are as short sighted as US / Israeli politicians are.

    • Joe

      I doubt it.
      Tell me how are the Americans able to deploy forces in Syria to take on the Iranians who can easily reinforce by the tens of thousands.

      2000 US soldiers would be a walk over

      Trump will fail in everything to Putin

      • Paranam Kid

        1. Mike Pompeo told Iran a few days ago that he would hold Iran accountable for any attacks on US troops in Iraq. He sent a letter to Ge. Soleiman to make it “crystal clear”; Soleiman did not even accept the letter, let alone open it.
        2. The US has a presence in Afghanistan, as well as in the Persian Gulf , and in Persian Gulf countries.
        3. Iran is no walk-over, and attacking it would result in a rocket rain on Israel from both Iran & Lebanon/Hezbollah.
        4. I agree that Trump will always be out-trumped by Putin.

        • Joe

          Frankly as long as Russia , Turkey ,Iran agreement and support holds how is pompeo able to hold Iran responsible with actions.

          He like Nethanyahoo will shout in Public but just empty shouts

          At this moment the last thing US wants is to pick a real fight with Iran and vice versa.

          • Paranam Kid

            I sincerely hope you are right Joe, but the occupant in the White House is getting ever more desperate to show he is a tough guy & to divert attention from his troubles in the US. What’s more, the ziofascists are on his back, they already made him make that embassy-to-Jerusalem move, and what is still outstanding in their wish list is a war with Iran as Israel’s proxy.

  • Nick

    This is exactly what Kush is counting on. All it will take is one major provocation and it is open season on Iranian proxies.

    • Rodger

      Except that the side he has pissed off the most are the ‘Palestinians’. The guys that make up some 40% of the 3rd biggest US ally in the region, Jordan. Jordan which also borders Iraq and Syria. Jordan which houses a lot of terrorist support facilities and only a low number of US troops.
      I think Jordan might be the next site of the US/Israeli/Saudi-Iranian proxy war. And not Lebanon as they planned. And it is already happening.
      http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Thousands-protest-in-Jordan-burn-US-and-Israeli-flags-517463

    • Joe

      I don’t for a second believe any force dare to take on the Iranians to get the Iranians officially entering the war in Syria.

      Open season? Gosh it would be Iranians enjoying the season .

      This includes the Americans .

  • dutchnational

    If PMU attack US, US should bombard them into oblivion.

    • BL

      That’s what you said during the Kirkuk operation kike. We all know what happened.

    • Paranam Kid

      Tell us why the US should do that, and don’t forget to tell us exactly what Iran has done that is so terrible, esp. compared with what the US has done around the world since WW2.
      I am sincerely interested in your answer.

    • javier

      what a douche, such a simpleton

  • javier

    the US wants to start the big war and the idiot locals will oblige, I’m not saying they shouldn’t be pissed but still they are playing right into the globalist hands

  • Tony B.

    Iraq, overrun and take back that huge U. S. “ambassadorship” building complex which in reality is the military coordination headquarters for the ongoing U.S. attempt to conquer all Asia by surrounding and isolating Russia. Run the criminals out of there. Lay siege of the place and starve them out.

  • john

    What can we expect from a narcissist like that idiot, Trump, when he openly stated that he would love to have sex with his daughter? Reagan, Clinton, Bush. Obama, and now Trump . . . all ego maniacs and murderers of human kind . . . all Zionist loving hogs. But this decision of Trump’s really spells the death of the Zionist regime. Nevertheless, the UN has not sanctioned this idiotic idea. The US is not the world judge and jury . . . it is the mouthpiece of foul breath and innocent death. Nothing else! And all Trump can do is dream of having sex with his dauthter! Jesus. this is the new Be-Great-America once again? What a lot of vomit!

  • You can call me Al

    I m with the Iraqi Militias.

  • doodaa

    Now, any attack will be blamed on Iran and Netnyahoohoo will laugh his ass off while the US bombs his perceived #1 enemy.