The frequency of attacks on US bases in Iraq and Syria increased by 45%

The Pentagon reported a 45% increase in the pace of attacks against US military bases in Iraq and Syria over the past three weeks. This significant increase in activity is directed against the presence of US military forces in the region.

According to information obtained by Al-Mayadeen TV, resistance groups have carried out attacks on four American bases in Syria in recent hours. The specified targets of the attacks were the Al-Omar and Koniko bases in the province of Deir ez-Zor, as well as the Kharab al-Jir and Al-Shaddadi bases in the Hasakah province. Sources indicate that the attack was carried out using a large number of rockets, most of which reached their targets despite Washington's recent defensive measures in Syria.

This marked the first time that so many American bases had been attacked in a short period of time. This fact underscores growing tensions in the region and points to problems for US troops.


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