Iran Commands Proxy Groups to Cease Attacks on US Military in Iraq, Syria

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Iran met with terrorist groups in late January to avoid war with the US

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Iranian officials have asked the terrorist proxy groups that they support in the Middle East, to reduce their attacks on the U.S. out of fear of a confrontation with the American military.


Iran started the retreat after the U.S. retaliated against an attack in which three U.S. troops were killed at a Jordanian base earlier this month. According to the New York Times, since the U.S. responded with a wave of strikes, Iran has not supported any attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq or Syria.

Comparatively, the U.S. suffered more than 100 attacks from mid-October to the beginning of February.

Sina Azodi is an Iran security expert from George Washington University. She told The Times that they were afraid of confrontations with the U.S. They knew that if Americans died again, it would mean war. They had to convince the militia that a war against the U.S. would first harm Tehran and then the entire Axis.

US soldiers. Iranian officials have asked the terrorist proxy groups that they support in the Middle East, to reduce their attacks on US troops for fear of a confrontation with American forces.

Iran influences and supports a faction or groups in almost every Middle East conflict. It began with its financial support and military backing for Hamas, in Gaza. Tehran also finances terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria. Hezbollah is another terrorist group that Iran influences.

Iran also provided significant support to Houthi Rebels in Yemen who played a key role in harassing shipping in the Red Sea during the Gaza War.

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