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12
Januar
2020

Ein Mord und die Folgen

Raketen auf Camp Taji

Ein Mord und die Folgen

Konflikt um Iran eskaliert. Irakisches Parlament fordert Abzug der Bundeswehr

WASHINGTON/TEHERAN/BERLIN (Eigener Bericht) - Nach dem US-Mord an dem iranischen General Qassem Soleimani sowie weiteren hochrangigen Militärs aus Iran und dem Irak werden in Bagdad Forderungen nach einem Abzug der auswärtigen Soldaten laut, darunter die Bundeswehr. Die mit der Anti-IS-Koalition im Irak stationierten Truppen müssten das Land verlassen, verlangte das irakische Parlament am gestrigen Sonntag. Die Bundesregierung dringt darauf, die deutschen Militärs im Irak zu halten, um sich dort Einflussoptionen zu sichern. Bereits zuvor hatte Berlin Forderungen abgewiesen, den Einsatz aus Sicherheitsgründen zu beenden. Camp Taji bei Bagdad, wo zur Zeit 27 deutsche Soldaten stationiert sind, war bereits im Juni mit Raketen beschossen worden; die Militärbasis gilt als mögliches Ziel von Vergeltungsschlägen Irans oder proiranischer Milizen. Während die Bundesregierung den Mord an Soleimani als "Handlungsweise der Vereinigten Staaten" beschönigt, stuft der Vorsitzende der SPD-Bundestagsfraktion ihn offiziell als "völkerrechtswidrig" ein. Ein Regierungsberater spricht von "Staatsterrorismus".

 

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12
Januar
2020

Avenging Soleimani responsibility of ‘resistance’ worldwide: Hezbollah

“Meting out the appropriate punishment to these criminal assassins...

Avenging Soleimani responsibility of ‘resistance’ worldwide: Hezbollah

The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah group called Friday for the death in a US strike of top Iranian commander Major General Qasem Soleimani to be avenged.

Meting out the appropriate punishment to these criminal assassins... will be the responsibility and task of all resistance fighters worldwide,” Hassan Nasrallah said in a statement.

We who stayed by his side will follow in his footsteps and strive day and night to accomplish his goals,” the leader said.

We will carry a flag on all battlefields and all fronts and we will step up the victories of the axis of resistance with the blessing of his pure blood,” Nasrallah said.

The “axis of resistance” is a term that refers to an alliance formed by Iran, Syria and Hezbollah to fight against Israel and the Western military presence in the region.

The heavily armed Hezbollah group controls whole neighborhoods in Beirut and most of the south of Lebanon, including the area bordering Israel.

It also has fighters deployed in Syria and Iraq who were operating under Soleimani’s command.

Last Update: Friday, 3 January 2020 KSA 14:39 - GMT 11:39

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12
Januar
2020

Assad: Europe Main Player in Creating Chaos in Syria, OPCW Faked Report on Attack

“They (Russia) wanted to play a role in order to convince the Turks that you have to leave Syria.”

Assad: Europe Main Player in Creating Chaos in Syria, OPCW Faked Report on Attack

Syrian President Bashar Assad said in an interview aired Monday that the global chemical weapons watchdog has faked and falsified a report over an attack near the capital Damascus last year “just because the Americans wanted them to do so.”

That’s what the OPCW organization did – they faked and falsified the report, just because the Americans wanted them to do so,” Assad said in comments to Italy’s Rai News 24.

 

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12
Januar
2020

An Assassination and its Consequences

Missiles Fired at Camp Taji

An Assassination and its Consequences

Conflict over Iran escalates. Iraqi parliament demands the withdrawal of the German Bundeswehr

WASHINGTON/TEHRAN/BERLIN (Own report) - Following the USA's assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani and other high-ranking Iraqi and Iranian military personnel, demands are being raised in Baghdad to expel the foreign troops, including the Bundeswehr. The Anti-IS Coalition troops, stationed in Iraq, must leave the country, the Iraqi parliament ruled yesterday. The German government insists on keeping German troops in Iraq to be able to maintain its options for gaining influence in that country. Berlin had earlier already rejected calls to end its deployment for security reasons. Camp Taji near Baghdad, where 27 German soldiers are currently stationed, had already come under missile fire in June. The camp could become a possible target for retaliatory strikes by Iran or pro-Iranian militias. Whereas the German government euphemizes the assassination of Soleimani as "a line of action undertaken by the United States", the chairman of the SPD parliamentary group officially called it a “violation of international law." A government advisor spoke of "state terrorism."

 

 

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