Iraqi Militia Says Trump's Recognition Of Jerusalem Is A "Legitimate Reason" To Attack Americans

In the latest sign that Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s true capital has put American lives at risk, Russia Today is reporting that Shia paramilitary group Harakat Hezbollah al Nujaba has declared that the US’s violation of the holy land status quo is a “legitimate reason” to attack American troops in Iraq.

“Trump's stupid decision... will be the big spark for removing this entity [Israel] from the body of the Islamic nation, and a legitimate reason to target American forces,” said Akram al-Kaabi, the Iraqi organization’s leader, as cited by Reuters.

Of course, militia leaders aren’t the only ones speaking out against Trump’s decision. Heads of state and other senior officials in the governments of Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and – of course – the Palestinian territories have denounced the declaration. Meanwhile, the embassy’s impending move to Jerusalem will probably only further infuriate much of the Muslim world. One Palestinian official said Trump’s declaration has effectively precluded the possibility of a two-state solution.

The Israelis claim all of Jerusalem as their capital, while the Palestinians hope to make east Jerusalem the capital of a future Palestinian state.

According to the latest update from the US Defense Department, there are 5,200 US troops in Iraq, mostly special forces “advisers”. Officially, the Iraq War “ended” in December 2011, when the military pulled the last US ground troops out of the country.   

Al Nujaba, a militia group mostly made up of Iraqis, has about 10,000 fighters, according to Reuters. Being a part of the Iran-backed Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF), the group is believed to be one of the most important militias in Iraq.

In November, Ted Poe from the US House of Representatives proposed imposing “terrorism-related sanctions” on Nujaba. The text of the document says Nujaba is “an affiliated faction” of the US-designated foreign terrorist organization Kata’ib Hezbollah, which also fights with the PMF.

And there's good reason to believe the group will follow through on its threats.

Nujaba’s leader Akram al-Kaabi was earlier sanctioned by the Treasury Department “for threatening the peace and stability of Iraq.” As a former insurgent, it’s believed Kaabi took part in “multiple mortar and rocket attacks” on the Green Zone in Baghdad in 2008.

Shortly before making his announcement, Trump acknowledged that the move would cause dissent, but he also insisted it would help solve the Arab-Israeli conflict.

A number of world powers, including Germany, Turkey, and Russia, expressed grave concern over the Trump administration’s decision.

US decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital may become a “legitimate reason” to attack American troops in Iraq.


Laowei Gweilo 07564111 Fri, 12/08/2017 - 03:05 Permalink

let's be honnest ...Iraqi Militia Says McDonald's Szechuan Is A "Legitimate Reason" To Attack AmericansIraqi Militia Says Ford 150s Switching From Steel to Aluminum Is A "Legitimate Reason" To Attack AmericansIraqi Militia Says new Nicki Minaj Video Is A "Legitimate Reason" To Attack Americans... they'll come with any excuse to attack us

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Slack Jack 07564111 Fri, 12/08/2017 - 03:40 Permalink

Like I said: Will Trump move the Jew capital to Jerusalem?

Of course, the idiot will. Trump is a Jew.

Just like, Obama, Bush and (Bill & Hillary) Clinton are all Jews.

And as to how real wars are fought,.... i.e., through deception, see

Proof that Adolf Hitler was a double agent.

It seems pretty weird when you first read it, but its clearly true.

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Slack Jack Slack Jack Fri, 12/08/2017 - 03:41 Permalink

What is weird is this; that 2000 years ago, there were no people even resembling Jews in the middle-east at all.

Turns out that there is not a single ancient Jewish city in what is now called Israel. There is not a single city where the Hebrew script is used on the statues and buildings. There is not a single city where the buildings are in the ancient Jewish architectural style. In fact, there is not even a category of "ancient Jewish architectural style".

If you check out all the ancient cities in Israel, they are all Greek, and their ruins are still there for you to visit. Their inscriptions are in the Greek script and the buildings are in the ancient Greek architectural styles.

Here is a list of some of the known ancient Greek cities in (and near) Israel; Ecdippa, Seleucia, Ptolemais, Taricheia Arbela, Asochis, Sepphoris, Hippos, Dion, Sycaminum, Bucolon Polis, Itabyrium, Gadara, Abila, Dora, Comus, Gephrus, Crocodilion Polis, Caesarea, Straton's Tower, Narbata, Scythopolis, Pella, Samaria, Amathus, Ragaba, Gerasa, Apollonia, Sicima, Pegae, Joppa, Arimathea, Jamnia, Port of Jamnia, Lydda, Modiin, Aphaerema, Philadelphia, Birtha, Gazara, Beth Horon, Dok, Jericho, Samaga, Esbus, Medaba, Ladder of Tyre, Azotus, Port of Azotus, Accaron, Jerusalem, Ascalon, Anthedon, Gaza, Marissa, Beth Zur, Hebron, Adora, Engeddi.

The ancient Jewish cities in Israel are,.... well there aren't any. Not even one.

Here's an interesting example of a first century BC Greek inscription (i.e., in Greek letters) from Jerusalem's Temple Mount forbidding the entry of Gentiles (i.e., non-Greeks) to the Temple precinct....…

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jeff montanye shitshitshit Fri, 12/08/2017 - 05:39 Permalink

it can be but i think trump is a couple moves ahead of the peanut gallery here. imo trump is setting the israelis up for a formal recognition by the u.s. and whomever they can bring along of the 1967 conquests as inextricably part of israel.  israel is from the med to the jordan, golan to gaza to the gulf of aqaba.  fine, lovely.  then:now, israel you are a democracy, right?  yes missah trump, onliest one in de middle eas'.  ok so now give all the palestinians the vote and make them israeli citizens with as near equal rights with the jews as the mind and hand of humans can manage.  now.what de fuck??  yes.  oh rest of the entire world isn't that right and fair??  shouldn't anything less be met with opprobrium and universal boycott??  oh well, damn,  guess you gots us could happen and it should happen.  the two state solution is never solved.  this is neat, simple and probably the best for the palestinians in the long run.  unlike south africa, the groups are about equal in size which helps democracy work (they keep trying to seduce slivers of the other to make each a majority), and, again unlike south africa, in many cases they are indistinguishable if they would just learn another language, change their haircut and wear a different hat.

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Slack Jack jeff montanye Fri, 12/08/2017 - 06:08 Permalink

Getting rid of the Jewish apartheid system by giving the Palestinians the vote is a good first step.

Then you have to compensate them for the houses and land (and even bank accounts) that the Jews stole from them.

Remember that most Palestinians homes were bulldozed as soon as the Palestinians were removed (ethically cleansed) to hide the huge crime that had occurred.

Some 385 towns and villages completely disappeared.

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beemasters Slack Jack Fri, 12/08/2017 - 08:44 Permalink

Rubbish. Why would anyone trust that Israel would give voting rights to the Palestinians? They will find excuses to justify not doing so; as usual, nobody can stop them, and the media/US gov will support them. If they were that honorable and democratic, they wouldn't have to steal lands in the first place!

Besides, Jerusalem should never be the precondition. There's just no logic in that. It makes more sense if Palestinians were citizens with full voting rights first. Only then, both Muslims and Jews should collectively vote to have it as their capital- not Trump nor the current apartheid Israel.

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Slack Jack jeff montanye Fri, 12/08/2017 - 06:10 Permalink

Getting rid of the Jewish apartheid system by giving the Palestinians the vote is a good first step.

Then you have to compensate them for the houses and land (and even bank accounts) that the Jews stole from them.

Remember that most Palestinians homes were bulldozed as soon as the Palestinians were removed (ethically cleansed) to hide the huge crime that had occurred.

Some 385 towns and villages completely disappeared.

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Conscious Reviver ThirdWorldDude Fri, 12/08/2017 - 09:01 Permalink

I agree too naive and democracy is rule by the banksters. They figured out how to scam that easily scammed system long long ago. On the other hand, it would expose the Zionist Jew nonsense for the blatant racism that it is. I just find it extremely hard to believe that Trump would ever do that. Does this mean forget about JFK, forget about the Liberty forget about 9/11? Trump's claim to fame is that he's good at 'The Art Of The Deal'. Let's see him deal up some peace. Let's stop the human sacrifices and work from there. By human sacrifice, I mean the slaughter of hundreds of thousands, mostly in the Middle East. One other thing. The title of the article. "... Says Attack Americans". He did not say that.  He said as a result of Trump's action, words to the effect that American troops in the Mid East, specifically in Iraq could become targeted as a result of this. He's only stating the obvious to everyone except, somehow, Trump and his advisors. Are they hoping that some of these troops will be sacrificed, like the sailors and ships in Pearl Harbor to get a larger war going? 

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N0TME jeff montanye Fri, 12/08/2017 - 13:25 Permalink

LOGGED IN JUST TO UPVOTE THIS.Never thought about making the Palestianians Citizens, it does make sense though. If the occupiers aren't going to leave and if they want to make amends then make the serfs Citizens with full rights. If that makes sense.  All I could come up with this early in the A.M.  EDIT: Apparently not a popular idea. Thinking about it further, I think I agree that it is a bad idea.

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Theosebes Goodfellow Grimaldus Fri, 12/08/2017 - 07:24 Permalink

The Islamic claim to Jerusalem is based on....a dream Mohammad claimed he had of "rising to heaven from Jerusalem on a white horse".That's it. That's their entire claim on it. The fucking dream of a schizophrenic.Mohammad was pissed at the Jews for making him pay them to have them read to him the Talmud. (Old Mo' was, like all other Arabs of the times, illiterate as Arabic was not yet a written language.) They've been paying for the slight ever since. 

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wildbad 07564111 Fri, 12/08/2017 - 03:43 Permalink

i am a non-interventionist and a no foreign entanglements guy at heart.

from a strictly strategic standpoint: "why trump why"?

i really do not see any advantage to this move other than "Planting the flag" for whatever that's worth.

this is giving credibility to the one issue "jew haters" here. it was obvious to anyone that the negative reaction to this would be large and loud so other than the reason: "cuz AIPAC is pulling Trump's Strings"...what is there?


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Couchtycoon wildbad Fri, 12/08/2017 - 04:21 Permalink

Because you can never win with a policy of stragic appeasement. Especially when you hold all the cards. A few good faith gestures can build good will but a few to many and the other party won't respect you. Rightfully so because by definition you are a "Bitch" . So kick the hornet's nest deal with the consequences or you lose your ass. The world is a dangrous place.

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jeff montanye wildbad Fri, 12/08/2017 - 05:56 Permalink

because the two state solution is never coming to fruition and both trump and israeli president reuven rivlin, among others, know it.  israel will never give up the land.  so give it to them formally and then pressure them to give the palestininians the vote.  in retrospect people will scratch their heads and say why was this so long in coming?  once you get the israelis cornered with full recognition of the '67 conquests as israel they will find themselves in an impossible position denying the palestinians the vote.  might even get some interesting truth commissions a la south africa.  i'd even tune in the ones on 9-11.and while the palestinian leaders will holler bloody murder because they are out of a job until elected to the knesset, the rank and file palestinians will probably go for it once they think it through:  it's way, way, way better than what they have now and anything else they are ever likely to achieve.  do it for the children.  better an israeli university education in that little head than white phosphorus.

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Mementoil 07564111 Fri, 12/08/2017 - 04:23 Permalink

Can you name a country which is not "illegally occupied"?The English and the Saxons have conquered the British isles from the Celts.Spain was conquered from the Vandals by the Muslims, and then conquered back.America was taken from the native Americans, and so on, and so forth, an endless series of bloody wars and brutal occupations.But somehow, Israel is the only conquest which is not legitimate?Why? because we didn't bother to kill all the locals like your ancestors must have done?Is this what grants legitimacy to a country, the annihilation of the former occupants, so there is no one left to complain?Or is simply because you hate Jews and have a double standard in respect to Jews?Oh, that's it, of course. You are a hypocrite.That is the most logical explanation.

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quadraspleen Mementoil Fri, 12/08/2017 - 04:45 Permalink

nonsense. Most of those "conquests" occurred in a time when might was right. When the internet didn't exist and the subjugators hadn't been subjugated themselves for time.Perhaps the hideous, and illegal, concept of collective punishment wasn't tested enough in WW2 for you? You see the need to inflict more and more pain on your subjugated hordes? The world is watching now, that's the difference

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jeff montanye beemasters Fri, 12/08/2017 - 06:03 Permalink

and these kind of disputes show the beauty of what i think is trump's plan.  you will never unravel past wrongs and put them right.  screw it!!  work with what you have.  in essence the jews get the land that seems so all important to them but they also get the palestinians as voting members of israel.  to deny them the vote will be impossible in the world coming.  can you imagine the zionists trying to make the argument once they have been formally recognized as rulers from the med to the jordan, from the golan to gaza to the gulf?  not hardly.

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jeff montanye justa minute Fri, 12/08/2017 - 06:15 Permalink

but they never will and they have hydrogen bombs to stop anyone who tries.  we must instead outthink jews, not that easy i agree, but the logical contradictions in their conquest of palestine are so egregious that in this case it is possible: in order for them to continually (70 years and counting) oppress the palestinians, the palestinians have to help them do it by never admitting that, in fact, the jews have successfully stolen palestine from them, so it's always a kind of low level war which, apparently, the jews can live with generation after generation after me that is unacceptable.  a much better world is within their grasp if they become israelis.  and with near equal numbers of jews and arabs (and the arabs with a higher birthrate) what "israeli" means will become a little fluid.  the logic of this is near unassailable.  end the "war", all the world recognize eretz israel at its maximum borders (better sooner than later for our sakes; many likud zionists are still working the yinon plan), then say with a single voice: give the palestinians the vote in your "only democracy in the region".we got them.

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Sean7k jeff montanye Fri, 12/08/2017 - 08:16 Permalink

Better yet, ignore them and cut all military ties.

Democracy is a worthless conundrum for brainwashed fools. Might still makes right- Just observe the US, Russia and China at work. It functions militarily, economically and socially (witness the rise of women).

The US doesn't need to SOLVE anything. We need to take care of the people here, the industries here, etc. This is best done through enhancing production and limiting expenditures. Let the jews take care of the jews, they can afford it (see the london money trust).

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