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The fuse of Iraqi time-bomb set for December 31, 2011


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According to the 2008 security agreement, all US military personnel should leave Iraq by the end of December 2011. That seems to be a clear-cut and forgone issue. But on the ground, the US started to push its agents in government to confuse and mix files in order to keep 20-30000 heavily-armed US forces, occupying strategic and far away bases, in order to support the activities of an army of civilian contractors, dirty-work squads, DIA and CIA agents and to protect over 3000 ‘diplomats’ in their biggest embassy in the world. This will in practice give the US a tight control on the Iraqi intelligence, the military establishment and the political decisions. It will also continue to assist the Kurds in their attempt to establishing an Israeli-style state in the North of the country against the will of the majority of Iraqis. Under the cover of protecting Iraq from its neighbours, the Americans have persuaded the Kurdish commander of the Iraqi military to order two squadrons of F-16s fighters defying military logic and opposed by most Iraqi military officers. First, the Americans are not known for being reliable in supplying after-sale- services and or spare parts especially if the planes were to intercept Israeli warplanes. Secondly, the Americans want to use the supply of F-16s as a pretext for their Iraqi agents to ask for 10000 military training staff. The Americans, will soon find out, that whatever signed with the present US-installed government will be considered as null and void by the Iraqi people following the end of the occupation. There are at least two million armed Iraqis who are ready to move on the Green Zone to dismantle all what the Americans have installed; that is, if the Americans continue to rape Iraqi sovereignty, disregard its interests and to ignore the Iraqi people wishes. When the Iraqis reach their limit, the Americans should not be surprised if their embassy will be taken down brick-by-brick and their Kurdish and other agents will be chased across the mountains of Turkey and Iran. It is highly advisable for the Americans to pack up and leave Iraq dragging behind the remains of their criminal occupation, the way they had done in Vietnam. The Iraqis haven’t forgotten Abu-Ghraib’s fiasco, the mass killing of thousands of innocent civilians, the destruction of the infrastructure, the looting of its antiquities, the assassination of its scientists using MOSSAD death squads, while thousands of Iraqi children continue to die from cancer caused by the many illegal weapons dropped on a number of its cities. The Americans should apologise and compensate the Iraqis for their losses and to put on trial all those war criminals who committed the biggest crime of the century. Since the war on Iraq was illegal, all killing and destruction are considered as war crimes.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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According to the 2008 security agreement, all US military personnel should leave Iraq by the end of December 2011. That seems to be a clear-cut and forgone issue. But on the ground, the US started to push its agents in government to confuse and mix files in order to keep 20-30000 heavily-armed US forces, occupying strategic and far away bases, in order to support the activities of an army of civilian contractors, dirty-work squads, DIA and CIA agents and to protect over 3000 ‘diplomats’ in their biggest embassy in the world. This will in practice give the US a tight control on the Iraqi intelligence, the military establishment and the political decisions. It will also continue to assist the Kurds in their attempt to establishing an Israeli-style state in the North of the country against the will of the majority of Iraqis. Under the cover of protecting Iraq from its neighbours, the Americans have persuaded the Kurdish commander of the Iraqi military to order two squadrons of F-16s fighters defying military logic and opposed by most Iraqi military officers. First, the Americans are not known for being reliable in supplying after-sale- services and or spare parts especially if the planes were to intercept Israeli warplanes. Secondly, the Americans want to use the supply of F-16s as a pretext for their Iraqi agents to ask for 10000 military training staff. The Americans, will soon find out, that whatever signed with the present US-installed government will be considered as null and void by the Iraqi people following the end of the occupation. There are at least two million armed Iraqis who are ready to move on the Green Zone to dismantle all what the Americans have installed; that is, if the Americans continue to rape Iraqi sovereignty, disregard its interests and to ignore the Iraqi people wishes. When the Iraqis reach their limit, the Americans should not be surprised if their embassy will be taken down brick-by-brick and their Kurdish and other agents will be chased across the mountains of Turkey and Iran. It is highly advisable for the Americans to pack up and leave Iraq dragging behind the remains of their criminal occupation, the way they had done in Vietnam. The Iraqis haven’t forgotten Abu-Ghraib’s fiasco, the mass killing of thousands of innocent civilians, the destruction of the infrastructure, the looting of its antiquities, the assassination of its scientists using MOSSAD death squads, while thousands of Iraqi children continue to die from cancer caused by the many illegal weapons dropped on a number of its cities. The Americans should apologise and compensate the Iraqis for their losses and to put on trial all those war criminals who committed the biggest crime of the century. Since the war on Iraq was illegal, all killing and destruction are considered as war crimes.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

The Arab spring is a winter for everyone

The Americans are leaving Iraq but no-one claiming victory

For at least 60 years, the 22 Arab countries, from Mauritania to Oman, had been ruled by pro-USraeli tyrannical despots, repressive military dictators, absolute monarchs, autocratic sultans or corrupt emirs. They all owe their regimes longevity to American tacit support as long as they accept to accommodate USraeli interests and designs in the area. It is natural for those who are unaware of the overt and covert USraeli activities and conspiracies to feel happy when ruthless dictators, the likes of Ben Ali, Mubarak, Gheddafi or Saddam are out of the way and that the authorities of President Abdullah Saleh and Bashar Al-Assad have been degraded. At present, new leaders of the second drawers are being groomed by bribes and or intimidation to continue playing the old game by USraeli rules; albeit under a new attire. The fear of Islamists taking over Egypt, Libya or Tunisia is being hatched by the CIA-MOSSAD offices which had already reached agreements and paid assistance to the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood long before the fall of Mubarak. Similarly, the Islamists of Jordan, Tunisia and Libya are being invited for a dialogue where ‘realities’ are being made clear. A proof of this comes from the fact no US-made Islamist has called for supporting Hamas, Hezbullah, Al-Qaeda or Al-Shabab against USraeli crimes and violations. In North Africa and in the Middle East, the American foreign policy has two main issues: Oil and Israeli security. Military intervention with massive destruction of relevant infrastructure will only take place in countries producing oil so that future re-building will include awarding contracts to US and Western companies, in addition to payment for the cost of the missiles and bombs used. In Iraq, besides the destruction of its infrastructure and the killing of its scientists by CIA-MOSSAD death squads, the country is being fragmented and the US-imported violence will continue long after the last soldier has unceremoniously left. It seems that thousands upon thousands of Arab victims are dying in vain while US-sponsored designs continue to be implemented. The frustration of the young Arabs with so-called Islamists will be translated into second revolutions in Egypt and other countries to establish democratic regimes that serves the interests of Arabs and Muslims away from USraeli control and interference.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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I actually think you are wrong. Look at Libya. They have already stated that they will follow Sharia law. That is something Americans do not want to see. But, that is their decision.

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I actually think you are wrong. Look at Libya. They have already stated that they will follow Sharia law. That is something Americans do not want to see. But, that is their decision.

 

Then how would you explain that US-led NATO forces bombarding Libya from the air, sea and ground to the shouts of Allahu Akbar? The bearded members of the British, French, Egyptian, Qatari, UAE and Jordanian special forces were arming and training local Islamists. The real fighting was carried out by the special forces leaving the locals dancing and firing in the air infront of foreign media cameras. It is not the first time that CIA and MI-6 recruit and train Islamists. You seems to forget that Bin Laden and the Mujahideen were considered as liberation fighters during the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. Furthermore, Hamas was created by Israeli MOSSAD, CIA and the Jordanian intelligence service to counter Palestinian organisations led by leftists. And finally, post-Saddam, US-occupied Iraq is currently dominated by religious fundamentalists. It is natural to call for a second Arab revolution.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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