The Iraqi militia has now achieved the capability of a powerful army with support from the populace, religious authorities and political parties. Meanwhile, the American nightmare of remaining in Iraq continues, as the U.S. occupies and violates the sovereignty of that country.
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Considering that Tehran sits between Iraq and Afghanistan, is adjacent to Syria and is engaged in military action in this country, the whole region will be pulled into a new war.
[Kadhimi] will not be able to side either with the U.S., nor with rival Iran, as this will be suicide for him.
The American overemphasis on this disease is spreading rapidly ... The goal of this exaggeration is to isolate Iran and China from the world.
Iraq has become a deeply ingrained source of Iran’s regional influence, its very own playground and golden goose combined.
[W]hat will happen this year, particularly in the coming U.S. election ... is a popular 'sequel' to Trump’s trial.
Trump, a reckless opportunist, and his administration would even strike the White House so it could point the finger at Iran.
The bottom line for the U.S. in the Middle East is to avoid sinking into the chaos present there.
A future saddled with tension looms, but this is not much different from what the region has gone through over the last 70 or 80 years.
Adil Abdul Mahdi's only faults were his initiating the Iraq Reconstruction Agreement, which will pull the “economic rug” out from underneath the Emiratis, and ending the foreign interference of Uncle Sam in Iraq.