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Iraqi Resistance strikes key ‘israeli’ airbase, Ashdod with drones

Iraqi resistance forces have targeted a key Israeli airbase as well as the city of Ashdod in the central part of the occupied territories in support of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, who are enduring a genocidal Israeli war.

The Islamic Resistance in Iraq, an umbrella group of anti-terror fighters, announced carrying out the attacks on Wednesday.

The first strike saw the forces using drones to hit the Ramat David Airbase — the Israeli regime’s northernmost such outpost that houses warplanes and gunships.

The resistance noted that the attack had come “in support of our people in Gaza, and in response to the massacres committed by the usurping entity against Palestinian civilians including children, women, and the elderly.”

The Iraqi forces hit a “vital target” in Ashdod during the second attack, which was similarly conducted using unmanned aerial vehicles.

According to the resistance, the latter attack was part of “the second phase” of its pro-Palestinian operations against the Israeli regime.

Earlier on Wednesday, it struck the Haifa Airport in the northwestern part of the territories, asserting that it would continue to “destroy the enemy’s strongholds.”

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