[Breaking: 100s killed and injured in latest uprising] Unrest in IRAQ - Updates and Discussions

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    Apostate

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    So what are those new protests about?
    What is the nature of the protests? against whom?
     
    opium

    opium

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    So what are those new protests about?
    What is the nature of the protests? against whom?
    Mainly against Iran and their allies in Iraq. Billions has been spent since the fall of Saddam, but the economic situation is still deteriorating and nothing has improved. Corruption is like nowhere in Iraq.
    This will be a blow to Iran and the crescent of mea if the gov fall.
     
    ّTelefon Kasse

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    Mainly against Iran and their allies in Iraq. Billions has been spent since the fall of Saddam, but the economic situation is still deteriorating and nothing has improved. Corruption is like nowhere in Iraq.
    This will be a blow to Iran and the crescent of mea if the gov fall.
    corruption in Iraq is not the soul invention of Iran .. remember "creative chaos". Iran is only benefiting from the corrupt ambiance and was able to set foot in Iraq after the fall of the baath regime
    the same "creative chaos" that plagued and still plaguing Lebanon right after the end of the civil war
     
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    ّTelefon Kasse

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    they're saying bel rou7 bel damm nafdik ya Saddam .. they're not cursing him, hayda el twitarjeh bheem
    By the way, Iran should not stand in the face of the protests at all ... if need be, it should withdraw from the areas
    where it has no popularity, it is the clever thing to do
     
    opium

    opium

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    corruption in Iraq is not the soul invention of Iran .. remember "creative chaos". Iran is only benefiting from the corrupt ambiance and was able to set foot in Iraq after the fall of the baath regime
    the same "creative chaos" that plagued and still plaguing Lebanon right after the end of the civil war
    Corruption in Iraq is unprecedented. Lebanese look angels versus Iraqis. Hizbollah and Berris men all opened businesses there but they all ended in bankruptcy.
     
    ّTelefon Kasse

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    Corruption in Iraq is unprecedented. Lebanese look angels versus Iraqis. Hizbollah and Berris men all opened businesses there but they all ended in bankruptcy.
    I'm talking about the "cause" of corruption, not the "aftermath". The americans looted Iraq's gold so what do you expect the people of Iraq will become.
    Saddam Hussein was Iraq's greatest loss
     
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    Nimaa

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    they're saying bel rou7 bel damm nafdik ya Saddam .. they're not cursing him, hayda el twitarjeh bheem
    By the way, Iran should not stand in the face of the protests at all ... if need be, it should withdraw from the areas
    where it has no popularity, it is the clever thing to do
    lmao that's not how an expansionist policy works. Iran isn't exporting soft power here. It doesn't care for love and affection. Basically this is defense through offense. Arabs don't like each other... you think they will like the ajams in Iran???
     
    ّTelefon Kasse

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    lmao that's not how an expansionist policy works. Iran isn't exporting soft power here. It doesn't care for love and affection. Basically this is defense through offense. Arabs don't like each other... you think they will like the ajams in Iran???
    Iran has sustained heavy losses due to such policies in Iraq and Syria. If the crusaders (eastern and western) and ask the Saudis, Qatar and UAE to stop the funding, Iran and HA and Basho bi daher ba3doun keno ra7o khara samak at the time span of 4 years at max and that's reality.
    Also, if you paid attention in previous post, I specified: "In areas where it has not popularity" ... do not underestimate the influence of the Americans in the Iraqi street
    it is wise for Iran not to fall in the trap set up by the crusaders and repeat the same pitfall Saddam Hussein did in Kuwait
     
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