Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abadi Asked U.S. For Weapon.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abadi Asked U.S. For Weapon.

Briefly:

There is no doubt that selling weapon to current Iraqi government would have a huge economical benefit for the U.S. economy. But, there are some serious considerations in this matter, which the combination of all of them indicate a fact that the current U.S. administration should respond to Al-Abadi's request in a very cautious and careful manner. In short, based on some reasons including:

1- The current Iraqi political system is the puppet of the Islamic Regime of Iran.

2- The current Iraqi political system is not an inclusive government.

3- Some Ministers within current Iraqi political system are the high ranking members of Badr Organization, which is a subset organization of Iran's IRGS and Quds Force. (Those, who are interested to know more about the three issues mentioned above, can read my short note entitled "You are shocking me General Dempsey" in the following link).
Link: http://irancare.blogspot.no/2015/01/honestly-you-are-shocking-me-general.html

4-- Unlimited increasing influence of IRGC and its numerous subsets Shiite Groups in Iraq.

5- Serious violation of the human rights and atrocities against Sunni people performed by various Shiite groups.

6- The ongoing civil war in Yemen and the important role of Iran in this country.

7- And the uncertainty about the final outcome of a nuclear deal with Iran.

The current U.S. administration should evaluate Al-Abadi's request in a very cautious and careful manner. Because, there is some possibility that some of these weapons would fall in the hands of IRGC and Quds Forces and will be used against U.S. forces somewhere in the future; exactly the same as those high-tech weapons that were ended up in the hands of Al-Qaeda and Taliban and later were used against U.S. and its allies in Afghanistan. Should we learn something from history or not?





M. Sirani                              14.04.2015