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Satellite Images: Series Of Mysterious Explosions At Facilities Of ‘Iranian-backed’ Forces In Iraq

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Pro-Israeli sources continue speculations that the Israeli military was behind a recent series of mysterious explosions at facilities and positions of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (often described by Israeli and US propaganda as ‘Iranian proxies).

Recently’ Israel’s ISI satellite imagery company released a group of images summing up recent developments in the area.

Satellite Images: Series Of Mysterious Explosions At Facilities Of 'Iranian-backed' Forces In Iraq

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Satellite Images: Series Of Mysterious Explosions At Facilities Of 'Iranian-backed' Forces In Iraq

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Satellite Images: Series Of Mysterious Explosions At Facilities Of 'Iranian-backed' Forces In Iraq

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Satellite Images: Series Of Mysterious Explosions At Facilities Of 'Iranian-backed' Forces In Iraq

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  • AJ

    Perhaps they can start to use dummy decoy containers to minimise strike success or keep more underground.

    • occupybacon

      They have drone that spy the movements around a target before striking it, there is no army that stupid to blindly target random containers seen from satellite, see recent Russian strikes in Idlib, after drone taping militants moving in and out of those hideouts

  • gustavo

    When Israel attack, everything is mystirious.

    • jm74

      Nothing mysterious about gutless back shooters who use the dark to carry out their deeds.

    • Ronald

      It is to be remembered this is from an Israeli source.

      • EveryoneIsBiased

        But the PMU was the first to say this, this source only confirms it, after all sides reported it.
        When all sides confirm this, it hard to doubt it happend.
        The questions that remain are rather:
        1. Was it Israel or US, and how deep did they coordinate
        2. What weapons were used, F35 or drones
        3. Who supported the attack, and what strategy is behind it
        All these questions are pressing, if Iraq wants to prevent further attacks.

  • Brian Michael Bo Pedersen

    Containers dont disappear when bombed, i have taking some photos of Iraqi containers bombed by the coalition, showing them peppered, but not vaporized.

    So either the Iraqis cleaned the area or that munition missed

    • EveryoneIsBiased

      I guess they would clean the area. After the secondary explosions, it would be pretty unsual if the remaining parts would not be cleaned due to security reasons (unexploded ordonance etc).

      No reason to doubt their claim, despite their bias. On the contrary it is good there is proof for the attacks. Every evidence counts so the pro US parliament members in Iraq are forced to act.

  • Rodger

    Not looking good for Jordan.

    • EveryoneIsBiased

      Yeah.. But they are deep in US camp anyway, so no wonder here..