Ja'afar al-Husseini, the military spokesman for the Shi'ite militant faction Hezbollah Brigades in Iraq, declared that American forces are "legitimate targets," in response to U.S. President Donald Trump remarking that he will keep troops in Iraq to monitor Iran.
Two Iraq-based Shi'ite militia groups separately condemned an airstrike by an unidentified party near the Iraq-Syria border and called for action against who they believe to be the perpetrator, either the U.S. or Israel.
Hezbollah Brigades in Iraq, a Shi’ite insurgent faction, declared its stand with the Houthis in Yemen in a communiqué dated September 29, 2009.
Hezbollah Brigades in Iraq, a Shi’ite insurgent faction, declares its pride and honor in being designated by the US State Department as a terrorist organization, and comments on the US military withdrawal from Iraqi cities in messages posted on a Shi’ite jihadist forum.
Information regarding the evolution of Hezbollah Brigades in Iraq, a Shi’ite insurgent group, was posted to a jihadist Shi’a forum on June 16, 2008.
Discord and hostility between primary insurgent factions in Iraq, the Islamic State of Iraq and Islamic Army in Iraq, surfaced in online insurgent activity for the period of March 1, 2008 – March 15, 2008.
Operations claimed by most insurgent groups in Iraq, Sunni and Shi’ite, for the period of February 16, 2008 – February 29, 2008, have increasingly fallen within campaigns of support.