Iraqi PM in Iran amidst Al Aqsa Flood


Iran’s President, Ebrahim Raeisi, is hosting his Iraqi counterpart in Tehran. The two are discussing the Western-backed genocide of Palestinians in Gaza Strip amongst others. Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani is in Tehran after an unannounced visit by the US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken. After that meeting, Blinken, who wore a bulletproof vest, said that the America is not looking for conflict with Iran, but pledged to protect the US nationals in Iraq and Syria.

The resistance in Iraq and Syria have been conducting targeted operations on US bases in these countries, in yet another indication that they are battling the presence of these occupation forces, and their links to the Zionist entity. According to figures released by the Pentagon on Friday, 17 attacks in Iraq and 12 in Syria occurred between October 17 and November 3.

Meanwhile, Iran’s President says that the Israeli bombardments against Gaza must be stopped as soon as possible, and a ceasefire must be established. He also emphasized the need to send aid to the oppressed yet powerful people of Gaza as soon as possible. 



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