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Iraq’s resistance plans hinge on a Gaza truce

 
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Iraq’s resistance plans hinge on a Gaza truce
known as Abu Baqir al-Saadi – Hamidawi issued a message containing a carefully chosen verse from the Quran: "Our Lord, pour patience on us, make us stand firm, and help us against the disbelievers.” Interestingly, the context of the verse is an invocation by the army of Prophet Saul against Goliath and his forces.

Hamidawi's use of the verse likely signals Kataib Hezbollah's continued resolve against American military presence in the region, despite its recent announcement that it would suspend military operations against US occupation troops in Iraq and Syria. That decision was reportedly taken after immense pressure from the Iraqi government following the Tower 22 operation on the Jordanian–Syrian border, which killed three US soldiers and injured several dozen others.

Factional strategies and regional conflicts

Sources inform The Cradle that Kataib Hezbollah's suspension of activities is part of a broader strategy aimed at preventing further military escalation in West Asia. Some even speculate that it could pave the way for a potential ceasefire in Gaza, where a genocidal campaign has been waged by Israel for the past four months following the 7 October Al-Aqsa Flood resistance operation.

Meanwhile, the visit of Brian Nelson, the US Department of Treasury's under-secretary for terrorism and financial intelligence, to Baghdad in the aftermath of the Tower 22 operation signals a new phase in Iraq's internal political dynamics.

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Re: Iraq’s resistance plans hinge on a Gaza truce
known as Abu Baqir al-Saadi – Hamidawi issued a message containing a carefully chosen verse from the Quran: "Our Lord, pour patience on us, make us stand firm, and help us against the disbelievers.” Interestingly, the context of the verse is an invocation by the army of Prophet Saul against Goliath and his forces.

Hamidawi's use of the verse likely signals Kataib Hezbollah's continued resolve against American military presence in the region, despite its recent announcement that it would suspend military operations against US occupation troops in Iraq and Syria. That decision was reportedly taken after immense pressure from the Iraqi government following the Tower 22 operation on the Jordanian–Syrian border, which killed three US soldiers and injured several dozen others.

Factional strategies and regional conflicts

Sources inform The Cradle that Kataib Hezbollah's suspension of activities is part of a broader strategy aimed at preventing further military escalation in West Asia. Some even speculate that it could pave the way for a potential ceasefire in Gaza, where a genocidal campaign has been waged by Israel for the past four months following the 7 October Al-Aqsa Flood resistance operation.

Meanwhile, the visit of Brian Nelson, the US Department of Treasury's under-secretary for terrorism and financial intelligence, to Baghdad in the aftermath of the Tower 22 operation signals a new phase in Iraq's internal political dynamics.

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Man talk about a late hit post considering Hezbollah and the rest have officially resumed their attacks in a big way
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