The events in Kirkuk, which is really the Iranian invasion of Northern Iraq using Shia Militias, Hezzbollah and the Shia dominated Iraqi Army, is nothing less than a war crime. The Shia Militias are now sacking Kirkuk, as well as executing POW’s by beheading them. Again, it is the US supported “Iranian Shia Militias” supported by the US Coalition in its fight against ISIS.
Well, it is clear to me that Iran is the big winner here. This was an IRANIAN INVASION OF NORTHERN IRAQ. Further, as I predicted, things are now getting very nasty. Below is the link to a Rudlaw reporter who CONFIRMS that the Iranian backed Shia militias are EXECUTING PESHMERGA POWS BY BEHEADING THEM. THIS WAR CRIME IS ON THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AND IRAN. The Kurds will NEVER FORGIVE OR FORGET WHAT IRAN BACKED SHIA MILITIAS HAVE DONE TO THEM IN KIRKUK. THIS IS A BLOOD FEUD NOW FOR THE KURDS.
Yep, the Coalition is now an accessory to WAR CRIMES BY IRANIAN BACKED SHIA MILITIAS. This isn’t over by any means. It has only begun in my opinion. The Iraqi TERRORIST GOVERNMENT TROOPS AND MILITIA NOW FIND THEMSELVES IN A TRAP. It is one thing for them to conquer Kirkuk and the immediate area, but an entirely different thing to go into the rest of Kurdistan with tens of thousands of enraged, well armed Kurdish Peshmerga. Further, I expect summary executions and an internal civil war between the “traitor Kurds” and the vast majority of the Peshmerga and enraged civilians. I also expect a widespread campaign of terror by the Kurds against Iraq, Iran and Turkey. Iran in particular should expect domestic terror attacks inside of Iran by the Kurds that live inside of Iran. The hornet’s nest has been kicked over big time.
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Peshmerga commander says Peshmerga withdrawal from Kirkuk was no ‘mistake’
Jaafar Sheikh Mustafa, commander of the Peshmerga’s 70 force, told Rudaw the decision to withdraw from Kirkuk was not a “mistake” as they wanted to protect the lives of Peshmerga soldiers.
Mustafa added Iranians led the fight against the Peshmerga in Kirkuk.
“I bear all the responsibilities – in success and failure,” said Mustafa, who led a large number of Peshmerga forces in south Kirkuk.
He dismissed claims that there was “an agreement” between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army to allow them to enter the city without a fight.
“The Iraqi forces outnumbered the Peshmerga,” he said.
Hashd al-Shaabi beheaded Peshmerga in Kirkuk: Rudaw reporter
A number of Peshmerga were beheaded by Shiite Hashd al-Shaabi militia during confrontations to capture the city of Kirkuk on Monday, according to a Rudaw reporter who witnessed the events.
Rudaw’s Hevidar Ahmed reporting from the scene revealed that, among the Peshmerga killed by Hashd al-Shaabi, some were beheaded.
Ahmed, who reported on the course of clashes between the Peshmerga and Iraqi forces, said that in the beginning the Peshmerga put up a fierce defense. But the Hashd al-Shaabi widened their advance, at which point many Peshmerga were wounded and killed.
He saw the bodies of as many as 10 Peshmerga piled into the back of a pick-up truck. They had all been beheaded.
Wounded Peshmerga were put into another vehicle.
He said the Peshmerga were beheaded by a group of Hashd al-Shaabi trained after the Mosul operation started last year.
Inside Kirkuk, Hashd al-Shaabi have set up security checkpoints inspecting civilians.
Ahmed said he saw instances of supporters of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) being permitted to pass, but others linked with the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) were disarmed and insulted.
Ahmed also said there were looting and burning of Kurdish homes in Tuz Khurmatu by the Hashd al-Shaabi. He reported that 150 Kurdish houses were looted and 15 burned.
He added the bulk of Kurdish families from Khurmatu had fled to Erbil and Sulaimani.
As an eyewitness, Ahmed said much of the frontline was abandoned by the Peshmerga without a fight.
US Congressman warns could pull funding if Baghdad does not end attacks on Kurds