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    Maliki refuge in Saudi Arabia and calls for the formation of a coalition Iraqi - Iranian Kuwait - Saudi to counter neo-Ottoman and Qatar!!
    Date: Sunday 02/10/2013 09:16 AM

    Attacked Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki what he called the country Turkish role in the recent protests taking place in Iraq, hinting at his desire to hunker Arab axis includes Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan and the Arab states from Morocco, in addition to Iraq.

    Maliki called in a statement, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to pay attention to the situation of people in crisis, and injustices Kurds and Alevis in Turkey, before the cares Indigenous Issues, stressing that "the whole world complains axis Turkish country," with an "outside interference in Syria, which became a flagrant and unacceptable. "
    Maliki said "we spotted meetings held in Turkey, Qatar and other areas to prepare and finance the process of targeting Iraq, Syria under the slogan of today and tomorrow Baghdad."
    "There intelligence elements of regional countries in the areas where demonstrations."
    Observers point out that this speech confirms the existence of concerns about the growing Turkish intervention in the Arab region as a whole, and in Iraq in particular from oil contracts and separate dealings with the Kurds, which constitutes a violation of Iraqi sovereignty.
    He revealed observers that Turkey has been interfering in Iraq every time pretext, they sometimes want to win the Turkmen in Kirkuk as the commandment of them, and sometimes other close ties with the Kurds who want to join oil-rich Kirkuk, and urging them to spend oil deals and long-term economic without returning to the central government in Baghdad.
    Maliki pointed out that some of the demonstrators in protests that has gripped Iraq raised images Erdogan, what demonstrates the existence of hand to Ankara from behind the curtain.
    And tries to Erdogan to market himself conqueror Ottoman new eastern Arab, through strong statements against Israel and against regulations that have against "revolutions Arab Spring", but the image of "hero" painted for himself lost its luster after silence humiliating about Israel's killing of a number of peace activists Turks who tried to visit Gaza.
    As for Qatar, observers says that she can not do only widen the circle of strife and chaos across the media hype played by Al-Jazeera.
    Analysts say The Maliki concerns towards Turkey similar to the concerns of other Arab countries such as Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia began to complain of the country Turkish role.
    And stresses analysts that naming axis anti Turk / country holds significance that the United States, and not the entire West, supportive or approval of the effort Turkish country, considering that Qatar represents an expression of America's will to mention that Turkey NATO member content to today to be the spearhead in the face with Russia.
    Analysts do not exclude those that deliberately some regional countries to temporarily appease Iran for a full-time a little bit to meet the Turkish expansion in the Middle East as a whole, such as the reception Ahmadinejad in Cairo and in Riyadh earlier.
    And those concludes that, in light of Turkey's violations of Iraqi sovereignty, you will find countries which he called Maliki felt compelled to do something, especially when countries adopt scalable Iran policies on the basis of the threat of Arab sovereignty over their lands.
    They wonder: How do you explain the Saudi position to curtail the role of supporter Persians and condone the roles they rise Turk in secret and in public. But observers believe that the attempt to take refuge in Saudi Arabia may not be enough Maliki to continue to power if no review dealing with the demands of the protesters and did not take a distance from Iran is hiding his face sectarian.

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    Report: Iraq PM 'Invites' Iran to Seize US Embassy in Baghdad

    Iraq allegedly has agreed to allow 50,000 Iranian Basij militia to help suppress riots against the government and seize the US embassy.

    By Chana Ya'arFirst Publish: 2/10/2013, 9:14 AM

    Grieving for Iranian dissidents in Iraq

    Iraq allegedly has agreed to allow 50,000 Iranian Basij militia troops into the country to help suppress riots against the government and seize Arab and other foreign embassies, including that of the United States. The two leaders allegedly agreed to allow the Basij forces to attack and occupy the foreign embassies considered hostile to Iran in Baghdad, and to detain their staffs.
    Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Iranian military commander Qassaem Soleimani, head of Iran's Al Qods Force, allegedly shook hands on the plan over the weekend at a meeting in Baghdad. Pledging 50,000 Basij military troops to help al-Maliki put down the nationwide riots against his government, Soleimani was quoted as saying "the Iraqi Front is the last front to defend the security of Iran."
    The report, which appeared Saturday on the Voice of Iraq website and that of theNashwan News, apparently offered enough evidence to create concern among analysts in the United States. “Even if there is a slim chance that the report is true, it should be published immediately,” commented U.S.-based Middle East strategy expert Mark Langfan.
    U.S. embassies have become an increasingly popular target for disgruntled Islamists who wish to whip up popular support, attempt to terrorize Western [COLOR=#0000CC !important]leaderships
    or terrorize a local population into submission, such as last year's September 11, 2012attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya in which four American diplomats were killed -- including U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens.
    In 1979, Iranian radical Islamists seized the American Embassy in Tehran and took 52 hostages captive on November 4 to express their support of the Iranian Revolution. A U.S. attempt to rescue the hostages on April 24, 1980 ended in failure and the deaths of eight American soldiers, one Iranian civilian and the destruction of two U.S. aircraft. Three months later, Iraq invaded Iran, leading to negotiations between the U.S. and Iran for release of the hostages, brokered by Algeria. The hostages were not freed until January 1981.
    The current alleged Iranian-Iraqi plot has been hatched against the backdrop of a greater strategy to put down Sunni-led popular protests against the Shi'ite-led government run by al-Maliki, who heads the Shi'ite Islamic Dawa Party. A source quoted by Nashwan News reported, “after control of the embassies and the detention of its staff, go some Iranian forces (Basij) to the north and west of Iraq for the purpose of suppression of the demonstrators by force.”
    At least six people were killed and 100 others wounded, including women, in a dawnattack on the Camp Liberty transit camp west of Baghdad that once was a U.S. Army base near Baghdad [COLOR=#0000CC !important]International[/COLOR] Airport. At least 40 Iranian Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK) members were among the wounded, along with a number of Iraqi police officers.
    Attackers fired 35 mortar shells and Katyusha rockets at the camp, said a statement issued by the People's Mujahedeen Organization of Iran (PMOI), known also as the MEK. Supporters in London demonstrated outside the U.S. Embassy on Saturday following news of the dead and wounded in the attack on the Iranian dissident camp in the Iraqi capital, police sources said.
    The camp is [COLOR=#0000CC !important]home[/COLOR] to some 3,000 Iranian dissidents, mostly members of the MEK led by Maryam Rajavi. The group calls for the overthrow of Iran's Islamic [COLOR=#0000CC !important]leadership[/COLOR]. It was founded as the MKO in 1965 to overthrow the Shah of Iran, and fought alongside Iraqi forces in the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s. Iran's religious sector and government have been held under the iron grip of Shi'ite Islamic clerics since the overthrow of the Shah of Iran in the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
    U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned the attack, calling on Iraqi authorities to investigate and bring the perpetrators to justice. The Office of the High Commissioner of the United Nations is currently in the process of determining whether the camp’s residents meet criteria for refugee status.http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Ne...7#.URezZKVEGup


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