Numerous ballistic missiles hit a United States base in Iraq, and shocking footage has been published online revealing the bombardment. The size of the attack and the amount of munitions used seems to be far larger than past attacks by terrorist groups.
Current reports show that guided munitions were in fact Fateh-110 missiles, and that they were launched from Iranian territory. Given the proportions of the explosions, that seems very likely.
The weapons system of concern is very unlikely to have been utilized by an Iranian supported militia group, given they accuracy of the attack. If these were not fired from Syria, but the reports are that they were launched from Western Iran, we could be seeing a direct Iranian assault against US forces. It is probably not by accident that this happened a day after the United States and EU ended negotiations going toward a new JCPOA treaty with the nation of Iran.
While much is still unknown, there is a footage revealing missiles being launched from an Iranian base in Tabriz, which is near the Azerbaijan area of the country, in the time before the United States base was hit.
Can confirm they're talking Azeri. https://t.co/ifMtnhR9Mo
— Aleph א 🇺🇦 (@no_itsmyturn) March 12, 2022
If these missiles came from Iran, from a real Iranian military base, that is bad news for United States foreign policy and the goal of peace in the region. We could be witnessing the first acts of a major escalation — not only in the Middle East, but possibly in Ukraine too, given Iran’s connection with Russia.
On the home front, it is not conscionable for the Biden White house to keep its appeasement of Iran in pushing for a pointless nuclear agreement. Will this be Biden’s wake-up call? We will have to wait to see, but we don’t see how this sort of attack can go unanswered.
Of course there is also the possibility of this being a false flag attack meant to justify war with Iran. Which is something that American elites, and globalist always seem to want to push for. The possibilities range widely. The best course of action would be a full investigation, but we are unlikely to ever get such a thing.