More regular attacks and death of US soldiers in Iraq and Syria, US analyst said

WASHINGTON, (BM) – The National Interest published an article by an analyst, retired US Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Davis, in which the author suggested that attacks on US troops in Iraq and Syria would become more regular and deadly.

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According to Davis, the assassination of Iranian general Kassem Suleimani has generated in the Middle East a movement of various anti-American groups that threaten a retaliatory attack against the US military.

The analyst notes that while Iran hit the empty buildings at two US bases in Iraq and that not a single American died as a result of the missile attack, a dangerous situation was avoided.

But next time, things can get to a full-scale war, the author warns.

Davis concludes that Washington is obliged to withdraw troops from Iraq and Syria in order to avoid unnecessary conflicts and protect the lives of Americans.

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Source: Voennoe Delo