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Le Beck quoted in Euronews on Iranian strike in Iraq

Europe must “break away from the remnants” of the Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA), President Donald Trump said on Wednesday as he announced fresh sanctions on Tehran following a missile attack on a United States base in Iraq.

“Peace cannot prevail in the Middle East as long as Iran continues to foment violence,” he said, calling on Britain, France, Germany and the other JCPOA signatories to seek a new agreement with Iran.

“Soleimani’s hands were drenched in both American and Iranian blood. He should have been terminated long ago.”

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Le Beck’s Head of Intelligence – The killing of Iranian General Qassem Suleimani

Le Beck’s head of intelligence was quoted in several news outlets regarding the killing of Iranian General Qassem Suleimani, including Lebanese newspaper l’Orient le Jour (FR), Belgium’s Le Soir (FR) and Germany’s Bild (GR):

“The strike took everyone by surprise – especially the Iranians and the al-Quds force general himself who felt he was untouchable, and who was travelling near an American base near the Baghdad airport when American missiles targeted his convoy.

“The Iranians had every reason to feel confident: the Americans bearly reacted to a series of attacks carried out last year, and Donald Trump, although unpredictable, seemed to have one constant: avoiding any involvement on the ground in the Middle East”

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Le Beck’s head of intelligence quoted in The Telegraph – Israeli strikes in Syria

Israel said it struck dozens of Iranian targets in Syria early on Wednesday in retaliation for rockets fired by Iranian troops into the Golan Heights a day earlier.

Several Syrian regime air defence batteries were also destroyed after Bashar al-Assad’s forces fired on the raiding Israeli warplanes, the Israeli military said.

Syrian state media claimed two civilians were killed in the attack.

The strikes punctured what has been a period of relative quiet in Israel’s air campaign against Iran in Syria. Israel’s government says it can accept the Assad’s victory in Syria’s civil war but cannot tolerate Iran using Syrian territory as a base for attacks against Israel

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