The site quoted sources familiar with Qaani's visit as saying that the Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi asked the General to intervene as US President Donald Trump has begun to gradually withdraw American soldiers from Iraq.
According to the sources, the meeting between Qaani and Nasrallah was also attended by the leader of the Iraqi Kata'ib Hezbollah, Abdulaziz Abu Al-Fadak.
The sources explained that Iran and the Lebanese Hezbollah agree that no further attacks should be launched against US forces in Iraq in order not to escalate tension with America or give Trump a reason to commit any "stupid act against Iraq or Iran".
A source familiar with the meeting told the news site that the Iraqi prime minister is afraid of escalating the conflict between the US and the Iraqi Shia armed factions.
General Qaani is reported to have also met with the leader of Al-Fatah Alliance, Hadi Al-Amiri, and leaders of other pro-Iran factions, including Qais Khazali, leader of Asaib Ahl Al-Haq militant group.
However, the sources explained that the Iranian General failed to end the differences between the Iraqi armed factions, adding that some leaders rejected the Iranian orders, saying they have the right to defend themselves against America.
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