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Iraq’s Islamic Resistance hits several Israeli, US targets in support of Palestinians in Gaza

The Islamic Resistance in Iraq says its fighters have struck several Israeli and American targets across the Arab country and neighboring Syria as well as in the occupied territories in support of Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip.

Issuing a statement on Sunday, the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, an umbrella group for the country’s anti-terror movements, said it had hit a “vital target” in the port city of Haifa in the northwestern part of the occupied Palestinian territories.

The statement noted that the target in Haifa was hit “with a long-range al-Arqab upgraded cruise missile in the past days.”

The Iraqi resistance added that the attack on Haifa took place “in support of our people in Gaza and in response to the massacre of Palestinian civilians, including children, women, and elderly people, by the usurping entity.”

The new development came as the Israeli regime is going on with its war of genocide against Gaza. The regime’s aggression started on October 7, when Gaza’s resistance groups conducted a remarkably successful operation against the occupied territories, dubbed Operation al-Aqsa Storm.

Nearly 23,000 people, most of them women and children, have died in the regime’s onslaught so far.

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