Muhammad Al-Baldawi, the head of the Al-Fatah Alliance, reaffirmed today, Saturday, that the government maintains its official policy of not allowing Iraqi territory to be used as a launching pad for external invasion.
In a press release, Al-Baldawi told “Al-Ma’louma” the following day “Iraq is the only country that has declared its position regarding military operations in the occupied Palestinian territories and warned the Americans against intervening to help the collapsing Zionist entity,” as well as that “if Washington enters the battle, Iraq will intervene directly in support.” In support of the Palestinian people and their struggle.
“Since the start of Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, the Iraqi resistance has placed American bases under surveillance for fear of acts of support and assistance,” he continued.
Al-Baldawi went on to say that “if the American military bases carry out any activity against the Palestinian resistance, they will be a target for the heroes of the Iraqi resistance.”
He goes on to say, “The government, represented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and with the support of political forces, is working hard to pressure the international community to open humanitarian corridors to provide relief to the Palestinian people in resistant Gaza.”
Earlier, Abu Hussein Al-Hamidawi, Secretary-General of the Hezbollah Brigades, warned America with bombing its military facilities if its soldiers engaged the struggle against the Palestinian resistance in Gaza.
Last Saturday, the Palestinian resistance started the “Al-Aqsa Flood,” a high-level operation that entailed assaulting a number of Zionist communities and murdering scores of Zionist recruits.