After a half-dozen IDF attacks on Iranian targets in Iraq with officials blaming it on anything except the ‘Zionist entity’, an Iraqi official has accused Israel of ‘hostile activity on its soil’ for the first time since the Israeli airstrike on Iraq’s nuclear reactor in June 1981.
By Edy Cohen
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abd al-Mehdi said that Israel was behind recent attacks on targets in his country. This came after the Iraqi Interior Ministry investigated the incident and determined that the Jewish state had been involved in at least half-a-dozen such strikes.
This marked the first time that an Iraqi official has accused Israel of hostile activity on its soil since the Israeli strike on Iraq’s nuclear reactor in June 1981. Continue Reading »