While the whole world was distracted by the coronavirus, President Trump kept his eye on the prize and launched a sequence of devastating airstrikes in Iraq aimed at neutralizing a key member of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s senior military command.
General Siamand Mashhadani, one of the top commanders in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards was killed in the attack, according to Middle Eastern reports.
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Earlier this week Iranian backed militia killed two US soldiers and a female UK soldier at Taji military base in Iraq.
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Last night the US responded killing at least 18 militia members in Iraq including Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander General Siamand Mashhadani.
The US launched strikes in Iraq against Iranian-backed militias after the militia’s attack earlier in the week killed two US and one UK soldier in Iraq.
According to Kurdistan News 24 US jets bombed the headquarters of the Popular Mobilization (hashd al-shaabi)in Jurf al-Sakhr (الصخر ), located about 60 kilometers southwest of #Baghdad. At least 18 Iranian-backed militia members were killed.
General Siamand Mashhadani, one of the top commanders in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards was killed in the attack.