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Mideast Skeptics Blast Bush’s Iraq Plan.

Posted by QB on January 12, 2007

Mideast Skeptics Blast Bush’s Iraq Plan

This article is published by Forbes and the analysis of the expert is accurate. Saddam Hussein execution has complicated Iraq situation more than reaching to any peaceful settlement between Sunnis and Shias. The US if get the permission from Iraqi Prime Minister to go after Shia militia than the possibility is that they will use Kurds which will be more dangerous because it will create hatred among Shias and Kurds and that will result in further division of Iraqis into sectarian and ethnic grounds.

Mehdi militia might disappear from Sadr city before any offensive operation showing up in North which is relatively peaceful at the moment to take revenge because these Shias who want the complete control of Iraq see this as their only opportunity to hold on Iraq power.

There might be more going on behind the scenes as I remember another Shia leader Abdul-Aziz al-Hakim visited White House recently and they might have decided to bring down Nouri Al Maliki if he don’t go against Mehdi Militia. Abdul-Aziz Al Hakim is very close to Iranian government and he has his own powerful milita Badr which is more powerful than Muqtada Al Sadr miltia as they are trained in Iraq. This is very much possible that this is Nouri Al Maliki last chance to prove that he is sincere in stablizing the Iraq violent situation otherwise result will be end of his rule and the next Prime Minister will be from Abdul Aziz Al Hakim party. It will be interesting if this change take place because chances are that Badr and Mehdi militia will start fighting each other and unfortunetely we see more innocent people loosing their lives (liberated according to Bush).

I really don’t see any improvement in Iraq situation in the near future.

Pentagon memo predicts 10,000 or more American soldiers could die in Iraq by 2008.

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4 Responses to “Mideast Skeptics Blast Bush’s Iraq Plan.”

  1. bereans said

    Hi QB!

    My political blog is at http://www.newssnipet.blogspot.com .

    Please keep in mind that much of what is said their is satire and sarcasm–that is the intent and tone. It was something I created with enough “saltiness” to try to get rises out of my former students–thought provokers, so-to-speak. So please take what is said with a grain of salt when visiting the News Snipet.

    Take care!

    -Jack

  2. Hi Jack,

    Added your blog on my blogroll. Thank you.

  3. Shoulung said

    Hey there QB, re: your comment at Doug’s Darkworld, I found this at frontpagemag.com:

    MALIKI TO MILITIAS: YOU’RE ON YOUR OWN
    By Ed Morrissey

    In another indication that the Iraqi government may have less problems with the surge than the New York Times predicts, Nouri al-Maliki has told the Shi’ite militias to disarm now or deal with the Americans by themselves. This includes Moqtada al-Sadr’s Mahdi Army despite the influence the radical cleric has on the current government:

    Iraq’s prime minister has told Shiite militiamen to surrender their weapons or face an all-out assault, part of a commitment U.S. President George W. Bush outlined to bring violence under control with a more aggressive Iraqi Army and 21,500 additional American troops.
    Senior Iraqi officials said Wednesday that Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, under pressure from the U.S., has agreed to crack down on the fighters even though they are loyal to his most powerful political ally, the radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Previously, al-Maliki had resisted the move.

    The Iraqis still want to have overall command of the effort in Baghdad, but they have named a commander with whom the Americans feel comfortable. General Aboud Gambar spent time involuntarily with the American Army in the Gulf War, as a prisoner of war, and the Shi’ite general will report directly to Maliki. He will have operational control over the Iraqi army and the police, removing the latter from the control of the Sadr-influence Ministry of the Interior.

    This is why I do not trust the NYT or CNN.

    Thank you for the room to debate.

  4. Shoulung

    I wish Maliki do according to this report.

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