British report: Maliki is playing with fire and the year may return to violence .
Saturday, January 24 / 1 December 2011

Twilight News / British Telegraph newspaper warned on Saturday that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, "playing with fire with the year", giving the series of bombings that hit Iraq in the tensions that have arisen due to "possible collapse" of the political process.

The British Telegraph newspaper reported in its analysis that "al-Maliki is playing with fire with the year, since the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq."

The analysis of the newspaper under the title "Iraq bombings .. Nuri al-Maliki is playing with fire setting across the sectarian violence", that "al-Maliki, who surprised everyone, a central figure, he became more dictatorial criticized his opponents of being behind the spark sectarian tension."

The newspaper said that "the United States was aware of the security risks for the period after the withdrawal of its troops, but also exacerbated the situation is the struggle for influence, which divides the coalition is currently working within the framework of the government under Maliki."

The newspaper considered that "the real explanation for the series of bombings that hit Iraq lies in the tensions that have arisen due to the possible collapse of the political process that have been developed and founded by Washington with the leaders of the country during the most difficult stages of the sectarian fighting six years ago."

The newspaper added, "Many will think that the Shiites recent bombings in Baghdad revenge on the part of Sunni Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, and may believe that theory, but that does not make it true."

Telegraph and warned "that the Sunnis, who were the backbone of the insurgency before to participate heavily in the recent elections may conclude that the peace process is a waste of time if their political leaders have been targeted, and will be the only option is a return to violence."

The newspaper concluded its analysis by saying that "al-Maliki, ambitious and hungry for power .. playing with fire."
The Maliki seeks to arrest Tareq al-Hashemi, Vice President of the Republic on terrorism charges as requested by the withdrawal of confidence from his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq.
And characterized by calm Baghdad on Friday after several people needed homes in the wake of a series of bombings in the city on Thursday, which included a suicide bomber driving an ambulance blew up outside the government.

Threatening events and fomenting sectarian and ethnic divisions in Iraq and highlights the danger of dragging the country into a bloody massacres similar to those that occurred years ago and brought the country to the brink of civil war.

[BGG] That is an awesome article - tons and tons and tons of that kind of stuff out there right now. Like I been saying for a while - watch it unfold...