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After the bombing of a US military base, the Americans rushed to the White House: Stop provoking Iran!
US anti-war civilian march (Source: Reuters)
One day after Iran attacked a U.S. military base in Iran, U.S. anti-war fighters took to the streets and even gathered in front of the White House, asking the Trump administration to stop provoking Iran and let U.S. troops leave Iraq.
According to the Russian satellite news agency on the 9th, on Wednesday local time, anti-war protesters marched around the United States to protest further US-Iran conflicts and violations of Iraq's sovereignty. Anti-war organizations such as "Pink Code" and "ANSWER" ("Stop War and Racism Alliance") gathered in front of the White House and called on everyone to "speak freely". Both participants and passersby can discuss the United States' approach to the Middle East issue. Express your attitude.
"ANSWER" alliance representative Richard Becker said in a statement, "The Trump administration should take full responsibility for the threat of a new, devastating war," "Trump today Decided not to counterattack Iran immediately, but it will not end the threat of war anyway. Trump's belligerence, threats and offensive remarks will continue to increase tensions in the region. "
Anti-war protests outside the White House (Source: Russian Satellite News Agency)
The statement also said that because there were no U.S. military casualties this time, there is no military upgrade, but this is Trump setting his own "red line". "If you cross this 'red line', the United States and the entire region will fall into war."
Some people at the scene said that Trump ’s further escalation of the conflict with Iran was “relieving relief”, but “we are still worried” and “now it ’s time for the US military to withdraw from Iraq and the Middle East, and it is time to end its Iran Illegal sanctions and prevented another war in the Middle East. "
In the early morning of the 8th local time, the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards attacked the US military base in Iraq. US President Trump issued a televised speech on the evening of the 8th, saying that neither the US nor Iraqi personnel were killed or injured in the attack, and the base was only "minimally damaged". He also said that the United States does not want to use force and will impose new economic sanctions on Iran.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milly and U.S. Secretary of Defense Esper said on the 8th that Iran fired 16 ballistic missiles, 11 of which were fired at Assad Air Force Base and 1 at a U.S. military base near Erbil. .
Source: The New York Times In fact, on the 4th local time, domestic demonstrators have taken to the streets of major U.S. cities and opposed Trump's order to launch an air attack on Iraq, killing Iranian general Sulaimani. (Overseas network)