Assessment: The attack comes several days after an Israeli strike near Damascus, Syria killed two members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard …
Multiples rockets were reportedly fired toward the U.S. consulate located in Erbil, a city in northwestern Iraq. Several missiles hit the consulate building, a source close to the matter told the Associated Press.
“One of the officials said the ballistic missiles were fired from Iran,” the AP reported. “The attack comes several days after an Israeli strike near Damascus, Syria killed two members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.”
“All the king’s servants who were within the king’s gates bowed and paid homage to Haman, for so the king had commanded concerning him. But Mordecai would not bow or pay homage.” Esther 3:2
The AP added that “Iran’s state-run IRNA news agency quoted Iraqi media acknowledging the attacks, without saying where they originated.”
Axios is also reporting that a source at the U.S. State Department claimed that “There is no damage or casualties at any U.S. government facility,”
“We are looking into the reported attack near Erbil,” a Pentagon spokesperson told Axios.
The State Department spokesperson said the incident “is being investigated by the government of Iraq and the Kurdish Regional Government.”
“We condemn this outrageous attack and display of violence,” the spokesperson added.
Videos of the alleged attack were shared on Twitter:
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