The United States of America has declared that it will be sent in approximately 3000 soldiers to the Middle East. This decision took place in light of a very unnatural incident. Thousands of people stormed into the United States Embassy in Baghdad, and the officials have confirmed the incident.
The news came in hours after an American airstrike killed General Qaaem Soleimani. Soleimani was the commander of the Quds forces and was one of the most powerful people. But in contrary to the rage shown by the public of Baghdad, officials from the United States clarified that the deployments were not responsible for the strike.
The additional soldiers who are being deployed come from the 82nd Airborne Division, based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The need for the deployment of the armed officials after thousands of civilians descended on the embassy. Most of the people involved in this protest had affiliations with the Iran-backed Shiite group, Kateb Hezbollah.
The newly deployed soldiers will join 650 others who are already deployed in the region. Moreover, they will be staying there for 60 days. This immediate response will spread throughout the region of conflict. While some will be stationed in Iraq, others will go ahead into Kuwait.
The attack on the embassy has been cited as an unwelcoming for the United States Government. According to reports, the protesters tried to breach the security and enter into the main building. Some witnesses also confirm the use of the Molotov cocktail to burn the gates down. The United States airstrike killed at least 25 militants who were linked to Kateb Hezbollah. The airstrikes were targeted on specific weapon depots of Iraq and Syria.