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Iraq allegedly has agreed to allow 50,000 Iranian Basij militia troops into the country to help suppress riots against the government and seize Arab and other foreign embassies, including that of the United States. The two leaders allegedly agreed to allow the Basij forces to attack and occupy the foreign embassies considered hostile to Iran in Baghdad, and to detain their staffs.
Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Iranian military commander Qassaem Soleimani, head of Iran's Al Qods Force, allegedly shook hands on the plan over the weekend at a meeting in Baghdad. Pledging 50,000 Basij military troops to help al-Maliki put down the nationwide riots against his government, Soleimani was quoted as saying "the Iraqi Front is the last front to defend the security of Iran."
The report, which appeared Saturday on the Voice of Iraq website and that of the Nashwan News, apparently offered enough evidence to create concern among analysts in the United States. “Even if there is a slim chance that the report is true, it should be published immediately,” commented U.S.-based Middle East strategy expert Mark Langfan.
Originally posted by stirling
Israels not going anywhere soon boys.....
Yer gonna have to root the Israeli people out one at a time......never happen....n armed force in the world could afford those casualties....
Theres more guns in Isreali hands than all the us gun nuts put together maybe...good lck movng that crowd out of Jerusalem let alone Israel.
Id bet the isaelis have the best airforce and pilots of all the surrounding countries together...with more and better aircraft too (thanks to Dov Zakheim selling US fghters to Isreal for scrap prices....by the squadron)
Theres few countries who would dare pick a fight with them...even Turkey is shy......
Originally posted by HomoSapiensSapiens
reply to post by MidnightTide
Haha, the latter part of your post made me reel in laughter. Without Middle Eastern oil, the world would fall in a blink of an eye, unless they managed to negotiate with African countries to negotiate making up the loss of Middle Eastern oil.