Iran Has Taken Iraq as Hostage

Iraq’s former deputy president said, “Iran is trying to expand its influence in Kurdistan and northern Iraq and there are reports of opening Qods Force offices in the province of Neinava.” Tariq al-Hashemi was responding to a question in an interview with Eram News Site on May 12, 2017 about the role of the Arabic countries in dealing with the Iranian regime. He said, “Unfortunately, Arabic countries haven’t taken defensive precautions against the Iranian regime’s meddling and due to the policy of uncertainty and ignorance, we have lost so much. We must apply all of our means to eliminate the Iranian regime’s influence from Arabic countries.”

The former deputy of Iraq’s president, in response to another question, said, “There won’t be a suitable change and betterment of the situation as long as Iraq is Iran’s hostage, corrupt people are at that head of Iraq’s political scene, and ammunitions are at hands of Iran’s affiliated militia, Iraqi citizens won’t be able to have security and honor. How can this situation be changed? It is impossible.”

Khamenei’s consultant has emphasized many times, “Baghdad is Iranian Sassanid’s capital and after Iraq, it continues to Syria, Lebanon and Yemen. I won’t be surprised if the Iranian regime’s greed doesn’t expand to all of Iraq’s territory, other than Neinava. It is obvious that the Iranian regime is against Iraqi regional security and administrative decentralization, because of fears that its influence and control would be lost over the residents of these provinces and its expansion in northern Iraq. These are the facts and the realities on the ground prove it too.”

Source» ncr-iran

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