News sources reported on Friday morning that US terrorist forces had attacked the headquarters of the Iraqi Hezbollah battalion, a subdivision of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Unit(Hashd al-Shaabi), in the al-Dora district of Baghdad.

Iran PressMiddle East: US terrorist forces have arrested at least 13 members of the Iraqi Hezbollah group in al-Dora district.

According to some news sources, the US terrorist forces attacked the headquarters of  Kata'ib Hezbollah in Iraq with 40 armored vehicles and with the support of the Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Forces (under US supervision).

Without providing any evidence,  the US has accused the 13 members of Kata'ib Hezbollah's battalions of trying to attack US interests and facilities in Iraq.

Resistance-affiliated Telegram channels reported that all Iraqi resistance groups had given the US 24 hours to release members of Iraqi Hezbollah.

According to reports, the Iraqi al-Nujaba's forces have moved to the Green Zone in Baghdad to counter US terrorist forces.

The Iraqi resistance group Ashab al-Kahf also warned the United States that it would target the US embassy in Baghdad if the captured forces of the Iraqi Hezbollah battalions are not released.

The United States and the Zionist regime have repeatedly targeted the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Unit (Hashad al Sha'abi) positions in various parts of the country.

The United States and the Zionist regime have stepped up their efforts to intensify pressure on the group after the Iraqi People's Mobilization Unit's success in countering terrorists in the region.

The Iraqi People's Mobilization Unit, as a key member of the Resistance Front, has a key role to play in countering US-Zionist plots and actions in the region.

Hashd al-Sha'abi was formed in 2014 issued by Ayatollah Sistani, the supreme authority of the Iraqi Shiites after the ISIS terrorist group occupied some areas and cities in that country.


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