US forced to release of Iraqi Hezbollah members

The US troops were forced to release the members of Iraq's Kataeb of Hezbollah group whom they arrested in an operation on Friday morning.

Iran PressMiddle East: An informed source said that the detained persons were released on Friday.

US forces rushed into Iraq's Hezbollah Headquarters in Baghdad and arrested 13 members of the group.

The US troops carried out the attack on Friday morning through 40 armored vehicles and the companionship of the Iraqi counter-terrorism forces (supervised by the US).

The US forces arrested 13 members of the Iraq Hezbollah group, accusing them of making attempts to target the US interests and facilities in Iraq. 

According to the Resistance-affiliated social media, all Iraqi resistance groups have given the US forces 24 hours of deadline to release the Hezbollah's members arrested.

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.

Washington and Tel Aviv 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 following  Fatwa 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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