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Lt. Col Sangari says "Most Likely Iran. Rounds also impacted close to Assyrian homes of Ankara. US has moved back into Iraq and along the Syrian border just in the last day."

U.S. Consulate in Iraq's Kurdistan Hit By Rockets: Sky

According to unconfirmed reports, the missiles were launched from Tabriz, Iran. There are also conflicting reports, some saying that the missiles struck the US Consulate, others say they struck a US Army base while some say that they struck both.

The U.S. consulate in Iraq’s Kurdistan was hit by rockets, Sky News Arabia reported, citing local authorities.

At least five long-range rockets targeted the U.S. consulate in the northern Iraqi city of Erbil in Kurdistan, early Sunday, according to Sky.

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Lt Col Sargis Sangari for CongressGuest Avail Lt Col (Ret) Sargis Sangari

Lt Colonel (R) Sargis Sangari
Iranian born - Retired U.S. Army

  • CEO and Founder, Near East Center for Strategic Engagement
  • Retired US Army Colonel who saw extensive combat in the Middle East as a Special Operations Forces soldier.
  • Expertise in Middle East Military Strategies
Afghanistan | N & S Korea | Iraq | Saudi Arabia | Assyrian Persecution
Middle East Foreign Policy | Turkey | Syria | Iran | Russia | China 
We lost one more opportunity to collectively work to slow down China's exploitation of developing nations and to coordinate our efforts with our key allies.

Let's Discuss:
  • The American losses in Afghanistan
  • The strategic victories for China, and the process by which China will use its American us dollars and American future #technologies and influence to control Afghanistan and the region.
  • Can lay out the counter to CCP's vision for the globe and in the region by the U.S. future administration in the Middle East and about the Taliban.
  • Can speak about what should have been done before the U.S. withdrew from Afghanistan, according to China.

Lt. Colonel (Ret) Sargis Sangari

Topics: Military strategy, Middle East Foreign Policy, Middle East, Assyrians in Iraq & Syria.

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US Army ​Lt​. Col​. (ret.) Sargis Sangari with six years of combat deployment in the Mid East

​CEO of The Near East Center for Strategic Engagement LLC​ – Academic and operationalized policy studies/research institution and think tank

​Founder of the United Assyrian Appeal​

Diplomatic status in Kuwait as Director of Host Nation Affairs

Ravens Challenge ASEAN trainer and adviser – Trains and advises the various global military EOD and SWAT participating units on EOD, CIED, CWMD, and Counter-Terrorism training, collaboration, and information exchange processes among military, police, academia, and private agencies.

Awarded Combat Action Badge

Conducted 670 Key Leader & Tribal Leader Insurgency Operations

Author of 3 Major Policy Papers on Special Operation Forces – used as guidelines in Civil Engagement in Iraq

Conducted over 7000 Humanitarian Missions

Sangari Planned, Researched and Executed the reception & integration of U.S Military personnel for U.S. Army laying the ground work for operations in Afghanistan.

Analysis and Designs for training affecting all civil affairs.

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