Thermal Cameras Record US Choppers Transferring Daesh Terrorists Across Iraq

A leader of the Iraqi anti-terror Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), better known as Hashd al-Sha’ab, says thermal cameras installed in the country’s central province of Salahuddin have recorded US military helicopters transferring Daesh terrorists to various areas across the country.

“The United States is not serious about withdrawing its troops from Iraq. The presence of US forces shows that previous statements made by Iraqi authorities and their American counterparts are false and misleading,” Qassem al-Kuraiti told Arabic-language al-Ahad television network in an exclusive interview on Saturday.

He added, “Thermal cameras in Salahuddin have captured how Daesh elements are being transferred across Iraq by US choppers.”

Kuraiti touched on Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein’s recent statements about the need for US forces in the Arab country, noting that it is up to the Iraqi nation to decide whether American troops should stay or be expelled.

“Iraq does not need the presence of foreign forces on its land. Security forces and Hashd al-Sha’abi fighters are able to protect the country,” the PMU leader emphasized.

American daily newspaper The New York Times reported on Saturday that the US military presence in Iraq is not “expected to change” despite Baghdad’s insistence on pulling out all American troops from the country.

The report said the Pentagon has no intention of pulling out any of the 2,500 US troops stationed in Iraq and aims to simply rename on paper the combat role given to the soldiers to logistics specialists, advisers, trainers and the likes.

Iraq’s Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi has headed to Washington and is scheduled to hold talks with US President Joe Biden on Monday to discuss “the strategic partnership between the United States and Iraq”.

He had told Iraqi media that his visit to Washington would “put an end to the presence of combat forces” in Iraq.

Last month, The Wall Street Journal daily newspaper, citing a senior Pentagon official as saying, reported that the United States planned to maintain its military presence in the Middle East region.

“We still maintain tens of thousands of forces in the region, we still have forces in Iraq and Syria, those forces aren’t leaving. We still have our bases in the countries of our Persian Gulf partners, they aren’t shutting down, there is still substantial presence, substantial posture in the region,” the official addedsaid.

Anti-US sentiment has been growing in Iraq since last year’s assassination of Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the deputy head of the Popular Mobilization Units, along with the region’s legendary anti-terror commander General Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad.

They were targeted along with their companions on January 3, 2020 in a terror drone strike authorized by former US president Donald Trump near Baghdad International Airport.

Two days after the attack, Iraqi lawmakers approved a bill that requires the government to end the presence of all foreign military forces led by the US.

Back on July 10, chairman of the Iraqi anti-terror Hashd al-Sha’abi forces described his fellow fighters as the main guarantor of security and stability in the Arab country, emphasizing that the combatants fully support Iraq’s army and security forces in their battle against Daesh remnants.

“Iraqis defeated the enemies and shattered their invincibility myth through the liberation of Mosul,” al-Maalomah news agency quoted Faleh al-Fayadh as saying in a statement on the fourth anniversary of the strategic city’s liberation from Daesh extremists.

Hashd al-Sh’abai fighters have played a major role in the liberation of Daesh-held areas to the south, northeast and north of Baghdad, ever since the terrorists launched an offensive in the country in June 2014.

The Iraqi parliament in November 2016 approved a law giving full legal status to the fighters. It recognized the PMU as part of the national armed forces, placed the forces under the command of the prime minister, and granted them the right to receive salaries and pensions like the regular army and police forces.


5 thoughts on “Thermal Cameras Record US Choppers Transferring Daesh Terrorists Across Iraq

  1. Pingback: Thermal Cameras Record US Choppers Transferring Daesh Terrorists Across Iraq – Comment | Mothman777's Blog

  2. Reblogged this with comment, many thanks;

    Since the Jewish terrorists directly running the American government are repeatedly demonstrated not to be actually fighting against Daesh, but instead to be actually working with Daesh terrorists that kill little Christian, Muslim and Yazidi children or rape them and sell them into sexual slavery, how can anyone trust the purported benevolence and sincerity of these same Jews who directly and visibly control America regarding their statements on the origins of the alleged COVID-19 virus or their purported efforts to cure that when Jewish scientists invented the synthetic mRNA bioweapon fake vaccines that are in fact what ‘COVID-19’ actually is in the first place?

    America has long been infiltrated and controlled by hostile enemy aliens posing as members of the American people; these are the Jews and other members of their enemy soul group hidden in amongst other groups as fellow infiltrators posing outwardly as Christians, Muslims, atheists and agnostics etc.

    William J. Casey, a Jewish-named earlier CIA head has been proven beyond any doubt to have really spoken these words at his first staff meeting in 1981;

    “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false”.

    Such words were obviously spoken by someone who was clearly an enemy and not a friend of the American people in any way, shape or form.

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