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Tuesday, November 7, 2023

Why did Iraqi PM Mohammad Shia Al Sudani suddenly reach Iran amid Israeli bombing on Gaza?

Amidst the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas, Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammad Shia al-Sudani has reached Iran's capital Tehran. Now various kinds of speculations are being made regarding this visit of Sudani. Why Sudanese have suddenly reached Iran and what is the reason behind it is not yet clear.

Amidst the war against Hamas, the Israeli army's bombing continues to wreak havoc in the Gaza Strip. There is anger among Muslim countries regarding Israel's bombing in Gaza Strip. However, till now no Muslim country has directly stood against Israel. Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammad Shia al-Sudani reached Iran early on Monday morning. President Ibrahim Raisi officially welcomed al-Sudani at the Saadabad Palace in the capital Tehran. However, the purpose of Al-Sudani's sudden visit to Iran is not clear at the moment.

This visit is taking place during the war between Israel and Iran-backed Hamas, in which on October 7, thousands of fighters of the Hamas group infiltrated into Israel and carried out a deadly terrorist attack, brutally killing hundreds of people. Since then, Israeli attacks on Gaza have continued. About 11 thousand people have died on both sides, including more than 9 thousand Palestinians.

Well, Al-Sudani's visit to Iran is taking place a day after his meeting with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. On Sunday, both leaders Al-Sudani and Blinken talked. Because the US military in this area is facing an increase in attacks by Iranian-allied terrorist organizations in Iraq and elsewhere.

America warns, will respond to attacks

Giving information, an American official said that the American forces on Sunday shot down another unilateral attack i.e. 'one way' drone, which was targeting American and coalition soldiers near their base in neighboring Syria. America has warned that it will respond to attacks by Iran-backed groups. Iran has repeatedly called the US an 'accomplice' in Israeli 'war crimes' in Gaza, with the Iranian Foreign Minister saying in late October that the US 'will not escape this fire.'

Iran's Foreign Minister had demanded sanctions on Israel

Earlier, the Iranian Foreign Minister had talked about imposing oil and other sanctions on Israel in the meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). He had said that OIC countries should expel all Israeli ambassadors over the attack on Al-Ahli Arab Hospital in Gaza. On the other hand, the issue of Gaza also came up during the OIC meeting with members of the European Parliament on 3 November. Both sides emphasized to work to find a just and comprehensive political solution to the Palestinian issue so that security and stability can be maintained in the Middle East and the rest of the world.

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