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US Security Agreement Not So Popular.

Posted by QB on June 13, 2008

The Bush regime is trying to sign long term security agreement with Iraqi government to provide legal cover to their occupation as the UN authorization will expire by the end of this year. The US government is facing tough resistance from Iraqi law makers to sign any such deal.

BAGHDAD, Iraq ā€” New U.S. proposals have failed to overcome Iraqi opposition to a proposed security pact, two Iraqi lawmakers said Thursday, casting doubt that an agreement can be reached before this fall’s U.S. presidential election.

The security agreement would provide a legal basis for the presence of U.S. forces in Iraq after the U.N. mandate expires at the end of this year. U.S. negotiators offered new proposals this week after Iraqi lawmakers expressed outrage over the direction of the negotiations, claiming that accepting the U.S. position would cement American military, political and economic domination of this country.

Iman al-Asadi, a Shiite member of the parliamentary committee on legal affairs, said the latest U.S. version “wasn’t satisfactory, to say the least.” Asadi said her committee had recommended to Iraq’s negotiators that they reject the latest draft, the fourth since the talks began in March.

Kurdish lawmaker Mahmoud Othman confirmed Asadi’s comments, adding that “we will not sign” the current proposed agreement.

This is clear indication that Iraqis don’t want US military presence in their country, Bush regime and John McCain are the only ones who wanted to stay in Iraq for 100 years. Iraqi puppet Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki also met with Ahmadinejad last week who oppose US military presence in Iraq as they see threat to their own national security.

Barak Obama plan to withdraw troops within 16 months will be accepted by Iraqi government. Bush went into Iraq killed million Iraqi innocent civilian, destroyed their cities, towns, villages is facing tough resistance from the same people who he liberated. Iraqis want all the occupation troops out of their country.

US if try to force an agreement that will result in the tough resistance from Shias and maybe from Sunnis who are now on US military payroll.

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3 Responses to “US Security Agreement Not So Popular.”

  1. farhang Adib said

    Hi QB
    I intended to write an article on this issue. But I have not found a free time so far . I hope you will be able to find the minute of this agreement proposed by bloody Zolmy Khlilzad the Afghani man of US regime , an evil who has sold himself and his honor for money. If you read the agreement, you will find out how terrible it is. The Iraqi government was negotiating it confidentially. But it was revealed later. All of the honest Iraqis are against this agreement. Religious leaders too. They will not let it to be signed. It is also a real threat to our security.
    In fact US target is us. They do not understand that they can not role the world by crime. Leaders should penetrate into hearts. These people are not leaders. They are a group of criminals working for power and money. We may have some objection on our elected government, but we do not accept the lies of these people. Their reputation is completely destroyed.A considerable time should pass to recover this reputation provided that right people come on power in USA.

  2. QB said

    Friend Farhang,

    Write the article whenever you get time. Thank you.

  3. farhang Adib said

    sorry ,in the obove tex I meant objection but I used the word obligation instead

    CORRECTED.

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