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Iraq’s Hezbollah Al-Nujaba Ready to Liberate Syria’s Golan Heights



Sheikh Akram al-Ka’abi, the leader of Iraq’s Hezbollah al-Nujaba, underlined his forces’ preparedness to cooperate with the Syrian Army troops to liberate the Golan region occupied by Israeli forces, an Arab media outlet reported on Monday.

The Arabic-language al-Mayadeen news network quoted al-Ka’abi as saying that al-Nujaba fighters are well-prepared to take part in an operation to liberate the Golan Heights from Israeli occupation if Damascus asks for al-Nujaba’s assistance.

In the meantime, al-Ka’abi pointed to the presence of ISIL and other terrorist groups in Wadi Hooran and Wadi al-Qadaf regions in Anbar desert near the border with Syria, adding that the terrorist group has been provided with intelligence support by the US-Arab intelligence services as the US forces are preventing Iraqi planes from approaching the terrorist-held regions in the Western part of the country to identify and record their movements.

Al-Ka’abi said in February that the ISIL terrorist group was implementing an Israeli-initiated road map under the supervision of the US with the cooperation of Turkey and Arab states of the Persian Gulf in the region.

“And our presence in Syria is aimed at resisting against this plot,” Ka’abi underscored.

He further underlined Iraqi al-Nujaba movement’s full readiness to take part in a war to liberate Israeli-occupied Golan Heights shoulder to shoulder with the Syrian Army soldiers.

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