Iraq’s Parliament vows to eliminate the US presence in Iraq. Iraq’s deputy parliament speaker says they’ll hold an emergency meeting & make "decisive decisions that put an end to US presence inside Iraq"


by Washington Examiner

Washington Examiner— Iraq’s Speaker of Parliament Mohammed al Halbousi vowed to "put an end to U.S. presence" in Iraq after President Trump ordered airstrikes that killed top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani and Iraq's Popular Mobilization Forces boss Mahdi al Muhandis in Baghdad on Thursday.

@AlArabiya_Eng—Iraqi PM condemns US ‘assassination’ of Iran’s Soleimani, al-Muhandis. The strike also violated the conditions of US military presence in Iraq and should be met with legislation that safeguards Iraq’s security and sovereignty, he added. He called on parliament to convene in an extraordinary session.. Iraq’s prime minister condemned on Friday the US killing of Iranian Quds Force commander

NBC News—Tens of thousands mourn Soleimani in Iran as Iraq parliament votes to end U.S. troop presence. As the Islamic Republic laid Soleimani to rest and President Donald Trump issued new threats, Iraq's parliament voted to ask its government to end the presence of U.S. troops in the country.

Common Dreams—Sanders Condemns Trump for Putting US on Path to 'Another Disastrous War in the Middle East': "Trump promised to end endless wars, but this action puts us on the path to another one," says Sanders of Trump's order to assassinate top Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani.. "Trump promised to end endless wars, but this action puts us on the path to another one," 2020 Democratic candidate said of Trump's order to assassinate top Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani.