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Qassem Suleimani (R) celebrating with Hadi al-Amiri, chief of Iraqi Shiite militias , during the liberation of Jawlala in Iraq from the Islamic State. “Suleimani , the head of the Qods Force, the foreign arm of Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps is the leader of the Shiite militias in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Yemen,” a top military analyst was quoted as saying . Commenting on Iran's interference in Iraq Saudi FM prince Faisal told US Secretary of State John Kerry on March 5: "Iran is taking over Iraq"
Qassem Suleimani (R) celebrating with Hadi al-Amiri, chief of Iraqi Shiite militias , during the liberation of Jawlala in Iraq from the Islamic State. “Suleimani , the head of the Qods Force, the foreign arm of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps is the leader of the Shiite militias in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Yemen,” a top military analyst was quoted as saying . Commenting on Iran’s interference in Iraq Saudi FM prince Faisal told US Secretary of State John Kerry on March 5: “Iran is taking over Iraq”

The commander of Iraq’s powerful Shiite militias says Iranian assistance to Iraqi forces in their fight against the Islamic State has been “unconditional.”

In an interview on the battlefield near the Iraqi city of Tikrit Friday, Hadi al-Amiri, who is also head of the Badr Organization political party, criticized those who “kiss the hands of the Americans and get nothing in return.”

Iraqi forces are currently engaged in fierce clashes to retake Saddam Hussein’s hometown from the Sunni militant group. Iranian advisers are playing a key role, guiding fighters on the battlefield. The U.S., which has been conducting airstrikes in Iraq since August, is not taking part in the operation to retake Tikrit.

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