Dude, Iraqi governments only gets shittier and shittier by the passage of time, ****
Dude when will you wake up from this conspiracy theories of yours? Saudi, UAE and Qatar are funding Iran and HA? lol Kif rekbet b rassak haydeIran 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.
No, it seems I missed typing some words in my previous posts, shakleh ballashet ensa : "didn't interfere"Dude when will you wake up from this conspiracy theories of yours? Saudi, UAE and Qatar are funding Iran and HA? lol Kif rekbet b rassak hayde
You don't get it. All these post-Ottoman Empire countries are creations on a map. On top of that Khaleeji Arabs are still as tribal as they were hundreds of years ago. They don't like each other and it's a mistake to try and have a global strategy. It's all about picking the "tribe" that will follow your hand and staying with that tribe through thick and thin. Only then will you win in a country like Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen etc... Iran will never have popularity with Sunni Iraqis, secular and pro monarchy shias and Kurds that wants independence. It makes zero sense to try and win their support and it makes zero sense to stab the party that has shown loyalty to you. Americans constantly back stab various small-time players in the region and that's why they never manage to win anything. You got to pick a side and stick with it. And forget about soft power when you either can't compete (Iran will never be able to compete with the West in that area) or when soft power will prove useless (mostly because the other side is unwilling to see you as human).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
Years ago I suggested to surround Muslim Middle East with tall fence and cut any interaction, then 100 years later remove the fence and repopulate the area.And some people naively think that the American intervention in Iraq has ruined the country.
It's a country of bajam. (Just like most Muslim-majority countries) Nothing will fix it.
نصيحتي لأيران كي لا يحلّ بها كمن سبقها ومن هذا المنّطلق كتبت رأي والآن شاهد كيف سيتم أستنزاف تركيا وحلّبها (مباشرة)
وحدهم الخوارج هم من أوجعوا الصليبيين في عقر دارهم ولولاهم لكانت المنطقة الآن لا تزال تقاتل بعضها بعضا الى ما شاء الله
Yes, I remember. I think I said who cares that they're protesting. Answer is the same. Arabs and Iranians can't stand each other. Mullahs aren't stupid. They know Arabs will never accept the ajam no matter how un-Iranian they try to act. But what they can do is convince slivers of every population to side with Iran and they're successful at it.@Nimaa
remember when I told you that Iran should pull out from Iraq because it is wise to do so ?
Yes, Iraq, that creation on the map that's not even a century old, a war torn country with no water, a population forced to live together with no sense of national identity, a country with no infrastructure, a country with a population crisis where women are illiterate and the men barely have any education, a country where everything has to be imported (from food to the most basic of consumer goods), a country where nothing can be built locally.... yes, that country had a chance to become something.Iraq had a chance to become something but instead turned around and made a Lebanon. Really, what a terrible mistake. WHy would anyone emulate the Lebanese system? My guess is that Iran and the US both saw it convenient to run the country into the ground.