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ISIS welcomes the death of Iran’s Qaseem Soleimani and declare it an act of ‘divine intervention’ that will let them regroup in Iraq

    • ISIS believes the death of Soleimani will allow them to regroup in Iraq once more
    • The US-led coalition had been holding them back up until Iran’s recent stand off
    • Iraqi European and American allies have been pausing training operation since

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Ryan Fahey For MailonlinePublished: (********************************************************: (EST,) ************************************************** (January) *************************************

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ISIShas claimed the death of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was an act of ‘divine intervention’ and that it will benefit their jihadist cause.

After the assassination of Soleimani, the head of the Iranelite Quds force, the US-led coalition tasked with holding back ISIS inIraqpaused all operations, turning itself instead on Iranian aggression directed towards America.

In the weekly ISIS newspaper al-Naba, the extremists said that while their enemies were fighting each other, draining energy and resources, the jihadists would be able to regroup, according to theBBC.

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant fighters march shown in propaganda photos released by the threatened

A few days after the attack, NATO pulled ‘some personnel’ from the country, explaining that ‘the safety of our personnel is paramount’, after fears were raised that the Islamic Republic could lash out at Westerners in Iraq after the hit.************ Germany extracted all military training personnel from Iraq to Jordan and Kuwait.

Those personnel, along with other European allies, were in Iraq tasked with training the country security forces to stop the extremist regrouping in the region after they were finally vanquished in December 2017.

despite the recent lull in aggression from both Iran and US President Donald Trump, Iraqi Shi’a militias have pledged to avenge Soleimani’s death.

Soleimani (left), the architect of Tehran’s overseas clandestine and military operations as head of the Revolutionary Guards’ Quds Force, was killed on Friday in a US drone strike (President Trump right) on his convoy at Baghdad airport

(upporters) of Iran-backed Iraqi Shiite armed groups popular mobilization forces gather around the coffins of slain Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis and his companions during a funeral procession in Basra city, southern Iraq on January 01575879******** The Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) a state- sponsored umbrella organization composed of some 61 independent Shi’a militia groups, have pledged to drive US forces from the region and have not opted out of attacking Western personnel as Iran are alleged to have done with their botched missile strike.

This bodes well for the Sunni extremists who were only stopped by a two-year campaign carried out by a US-led coalition advising the Iraqi army, according to theBBC.

In December (***************************************, three years after the extremists commandeered a third of the country, then Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced that the extremists had been driven out.Soleimani’s body was returned to Iran on Sunday. People are seen carrying his casket upon arrival at Ahvaz International Airport in Tehran. The casket was greeted by chants of ‘Death to America’ as Iran issued new threats of retaliation**************

The UK has armed forces personnel deployed in a variety of locations across the Middle East

According to the BBC, they still stomp across the lives of thousands in areas where they first laid their roots.

Less open combat, and more guerilla tactics, the ISIS machine could start once more, should the US coalition be hampered in its attempts to stop them.

Iraqi and Kurdish news feature grisly murders, reports of extortion and ambushes on Iraqi forces with increasing regularity .

Those Iraqi security forces, who developed into a semi-elite fighting force because of US and European training, are now in a difficult position since the US-coalition paused its operations.Men suspected of being Islamic State (IS) fighters wait to be searched by members of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) after leaving the IS group’s last holdout of Baghouz, in Syria’s northern Deir Ezzor province in February (****************

The BBC reported that once ISIS took control of Mosul in 2014, the PMF were rallied by Soleimani and Iraqi chief cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, who told them to drive the fight to the Sunni extremists.

Since then, the PMF went on a brutal campaign of reaping against the Sunni extremists.

According to the BBC, the death of Soleimani would have been a sight to celebrate for the hardliners .            

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