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April 30, 2008

Evidence of Tehran's Destructive Meddling in Iraq Is Mounting

Topics: Iran
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The U.S. has allowed this to go on far too long already; it's time for Iran's "chickens to come home to roost"!

As the date for the provincial elections approaches (they are scheduled for fall), the UIA, and by extension Tehran, are sensing that the honey moon in Iraq could be coming to an end. The ayatollahs and their Iraqi surrogates are visibly worried about the rise of an Iraqi counterforce. At the core of this counter force are Iraq's political and tribal leaders who have consistently challenged the Iranian gains in their country. These leaders are allied with the democratic Iranian opposition, the People's Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK). They insist that the MEK's deep democratic Islamic and anti-fundamentalist roots make it an indispensable catalyst for their success.

The ayatollahs' and their Iraqi surrogates have recognized that they must push full court before all the gains they have made in Iraq are reversed forever. Iraq's independent secular leaders and their strategic allies, the Mojahedin, know that they, too, must push back to rid Iraq of Tehran's malicious meddling. The U.S. cannot stand idly on the sidelines and hope for the best. America needs to throw its weight behind the anti-extremists, actively work to cut off the Qods Force's influence in Iraq, and reach out to those Iraqis and Iranians who are committed to the goals of democracy and secularism.

Iran has been allowed to cause the death of American troops, and Tehran needs to answer for it.

So, what should the U.S. do, besides kicking Iranian ass in Iraq?

The answer is simple: Bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb Iran:




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Posted by Abdul at April 30, 2008 9:46 PM



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