Iran now has a military base in Iraq

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Iran makes move in Iraq as the US focuses on ISIS battle
Iran makes move in Iraq as the US focuses on ISIS battle

Front Page Magazine
Monday, 6 June 2016

Mission accomplished, man. Mission accomplished.

Local reporting indicates that the Iranians aren’t just bringing some troops in to northern Iraq, as they have been working on for some months now.  They’re constructing a literal military base, moving in arms and ammunition and setting up missile launchers.  The latter would mean at a minimum that they’re fortifying the base and intend to protect it.  It could mean more.

Reportedly, the Iranians are tunneling as well...

As JE. Dyer reports, 

The Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) is overseeing the operation, which is taking place in the Said Sadiq region of Sulaimaniyah Province 

The IRGC is Iran's terrorist arm. Obama is claiming victory against ISIS. But all he did was trade a Sunni ISIS for a Shiite ISIS.

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