Iraqi Group Claims Responsibility for Aerial Attack on Riyadh

An Iraqi group has claimed responsibility for an aerial attack on Saudi Arabia’s capital of Riyadh, saying it was a revenge for the blood of those killed in a twin terrorist bombing in Baghdad.

The al-Wa’ada al-Haq Brigades said in a statement early Sunday that it had “fulfilled its promise by sending drones to the Al Saud kingdom and targeting its strongholds at the al-Yamamah Palace and other sites inside Riyadh.”

The attack followed “the excessive demands and insistence of the Arab regimes on their crimes against the regional countries and their continued support for the criminal Takfiri groups such as Daesh that have the blood of the innocent on their hands,” it added.

The Iraqi group also said its retaliatory drone operation was just the beginning of its bid to draw the deterrent equation into Saudi Arabia.

If the crown princes of Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Salman and Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, continue their terrorist attacks, retaliatory strikes will also target “the dens of evil” in Dubai, it added.

The Baghdad bombings killed at least 32 people and wounded 110 others in a crowded marketplace on Thursday. Daesh, which is believed to be supported by Saudi Arabia and the US, claimed responsibility for the bloodshed.

Several Iraqi resistance groups blamed the bombings on Saudi Arabia and its allies, warning that they will pay a price for their support.

Source: Press TV

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