Iraqi security analysts believe that Washington has been providing data from its reconnaissance drones to the remaining IS members in Iraq.
They suggest the recent bout of terrorist infiltration in Iraq are direct results of this technological support because the remaining IS terrorists know precisely where and how the Popular Mobilisation Units, our PMUs, are positioned.
Some analysts even suggest that Washington continues to move IS ringleaders between Iraq and Syria, something it has been doing since the early days of the IS’ creation.
Concerns over America’s alleged attempts to reconstruct the terror outfit has led more Iraqi officials and militia leaders to demand the end of Washington’s military presence.
Some experts argue there is strong evidence that American forces have moved over 4,000 IS forces from Syria to Iraq recently without even allowing the security forces inspect their motorcade.
Pro-government militia leaders also claim that U.S. forces havrle been increasingly training IS terrorists inside their fortified bases in Syria as well as the ones on the Iraq-Syria and Iraq-Jordan borders.
The rather secretive al-Tanf base in Syria is one of these bases. Experts claim there is evidence that American forces have been transferring IS terrorists from there to the Ain al-Assad base in Iraq.
Apparently, the terrorists are now positioned in bases near Iraqi and Syrian borders with Turkey, plotting their next moves enjoying direct support from the U.S. military forces in the region.
Iraqi MP Muhammed al-Baldawi said recently that the number of terror attacks by the IS has increased recently thanks to its repositioning in Iraq and Syria under America’s watch.
He called it a “serious threat for the region” that the IS was once again getting a chance to reap chaos.
The pro-government MP warned that America’s support for the IS while not surprising, further proves that Washington wants to turn them into a time bomb that will be used against the countries of the region.
Washington’s support for well-known terrorist organizations in Iraq goes beyond the IS as it has also providing material and intelligence support to the Mujahideen-e Khalq (MEK or MKO), a cultist terror outfit that has made a reputation for its atrocities in both Iraq and its birth country, Iran.
Over the past years, Washington has removed the group from its terror blacklist, allowing it to move to Europe -mainly Albania and France – once they were expelled by the government of Iraq.
Today, the group continues to enjoy its freedom in side a secretive base in Albania. It is hard not to assume that Washington used its influence as a NATO leader to force the MEK over Albania, another member of the military alliance.
American political analyst Caleb Maupin says Washington has turned a blind eye on the MEK’s past, where it forged a close alliance with former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein and attacked Iran during the Iran-Iraq war, killing even more Iranian citizens.
Maupin recently write in an article on the Russian news agency RT’s website that Western media have also been given the green light to interact with the MEK without asking about their past and many atrocities.
He writes that Washington often points the finger at Tehran as a supporter of terror groups yet continues to back the MEK in what can only be described as a blatant double standard.
He added that American officials claim the MEK has for long given up its terror operations yet the group openly admitted in 2012 that it helped the Mossad and other Israeli intelligence agencies to assassinate Iranian nuclear scientists.
American media also seems to ignore the truth about the group, sometimes referring to it as “freedom fighters.”
Maupin compares the group to the IS or the Libyan rebels wreaking havoc today, who have been trying to cripple the African country through murder, chaos and destruction.
A group of American lawmakers have even paid a visit to the MEK base in Albania capital and Tirana, congratulating it on the move to Albania. MEK cofounderr Maryam Rajavi thanked the lawmakers for their support and said the move to The Camp Liberty in Tirana would be possible without Washington’s help.