Iraqi Foreign Minister Attacks Erbil Because He Cannot Reach Israel by Force

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Iraqi Foreign Minister Attacks Erbil Because He Cannot Reach Israel by Force

The Iraqi Foreign Minister attacks Erbil because Iran cannot reach Israel with force.

Fouad Hussein, the Iraqi Minister of Foreign Affairs, says that since the Islamic Republic cannot respond to Israeli attacks, it has attacked non-military areas in Erbil.

In a conversation with reporters, this senior Iraqi official emphasized that contrary to the claims of Iranian authorities, there is no Mossad facility in Erbil, located in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Hussein condemned these attacks, calling them aggression and a violation of international laws.

The Iraqi Foreign Minister further stated that Iran seeks victims. He added that Iranians either do not want or cannot attack Israel, and for this reason, they are searching for victims around them and attacked Erbil.

He also added that the people of Iraq are paying the price for tensions and conflicts between Iran and Israel, as well as between Iran and the United States.

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