JUST IN: Iranian Militia Group In Washington DC?

Iranian militia groups may be thriving in the United States

A Telegram channel related to militia groups in Iraq claims to have a resistance cell in the capital. According to the post, they can target American troops inside the US.

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“The axis of resistance today is stronger than before. Resistance cells are rooted even in America and its capital,” read the alleged social media post.

The Middle East Media Research Institute posted a screenshot of the shocking post. It also featured a casket filled with American soldiers. Kawtheryoon Electronic Team made the post. It’s a Telegram network used by Iranian militia groups and supporters.

The Telegram channel post says that Iran-related terror factions grew stronger and gained more support over the years. They call on US Army to withdraw from the Middle East.

The same group threatened Israel, calling it the “Zionist enemy.”

“I will summarize for you in words only the horror of the south, which is stronger than before, and we have thousands of men like Imad Mughniyeh.”

Mughniyeh is the Iran-aligned Hezbollah chief of staff in Lebanon as suggested by many sources.

“Do not think that you and the Americans, by killing Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, will survive the torment of the resistance,” the post adds in reference to the Iranian commander and the Iraqi militia commander who died last year. They were killed in an airstrike. “We lie in wait for you evil (sic) and the next thing is worse.”

Joe Biden issued a big warning for Itan. They cannot act with impunity and Biden warned them to “be careful.” This was his message.

“You can’t act with impunity. Be careful,” the President told reporters in Texas.

Biden launched airstrikes at facilities related to Iranian-backed militia in easter Syria. This was his reaction to rocket attacks against American targets located in Iraq.

Tehran denies any involvement in the attacks in Iraq and says they did nothing in the Gulf.

On Wednesday, rockets US troops settled in an Iraqi base. The information was confirmed by US and Iraqi officials. The Pentagon said the missile defense system at the Al Asad airbase “engaged in defense of our force.”

“We extend our deepest condolences to the loved ones of the individual who died.”

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Source: The Epoch Times





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