Sunday, March 26, 2006

[political-research] Bloglines - Did US Invite a Battalion of Iranian Forces to Enter Baghdad?

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Did US Invite a Battalion of Iranian Forces to Enter Baghdad?

By Cyte

Ahmadinejad's Revolutionary Guards to Pacify Iraq's Sunnis

According to an Iraqi website the Second Brigade of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps is ready to enter Iraq for operations in Baghdad. Up to 12,000 Arabic speaking troops belong to the foreign operations section of these Iranian forces. Previous deployments included Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad (Shiite Palestinian militants).

Iraqi insurgents reportedly engaged advance units near Ba Qubah, northeast of Baghdad.

Iraqi authorities have denied the allegations. Still, the US has been using Iranian forces since the beginning of the invasion. The dreaded death militias of Badr (Iraqi interior ministry) are led and manned by Iranian troops.

Moreover, the US is openly conducting a dialogue with Iran regarding Iraq's "security." President Bush's approval ratings are at an all-time low, US troops are unable to subdue insurgents, and there is a strong opposition to sending more troops. Bush is tempted to ask Iran for more blatant military help.

Shiite Iran would love to occupy Iraq, just as Shiite-run Syria occupied Lebanon with US consent to "put an end to civil war."

After controlling Iraq, Iran can easily use the Shiite minorities in the Gulf as an excuse to occupy Saudi Arabia and the Gulf.

Are we helping Iran rebuild the Persian Empire?

The destruction of Iraq is not only good for Greater Israel, it is also good for Greater Iran. In fact, the two go hand in hand. Hezbollah is now practically guarding Israel's northern border preventing any Arab guerillas from going in.

Actions speak louder than words.

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