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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Aug 19, 2018 3:58 pm

Iran waving a war reparations card in front of Abadi

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19-08-2018 02:04 PM

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The head of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Iranian parliament, Hishmatullah Fahat Bishah, stressed that Iraq should pay war compensation to Iran. The statement coincided with a wave of anger in Iran from the position of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi, who confirmed his commitment to US sanctions on Iran, before being forced to retreat under the pressure of parties loyal to it in Iraq.

In a statement to the ISNA news agency, Beshah said Saturday that war reparations in the relations between the two countries can not be ignored, pointing out that Iraqi officials did not categorically reject this.

He pointed out that Iraq's production of oil more than the production of Iran, and that "Iraq earns a lot of money from the sale of oil, so it has the ability to meet the debt of compensation. He pays his debt to Kuwait under an international obligation. "

Last week, reformist MP Mahmoud Sadeghi pointed out that Iraq owes Iran $ 1.1 trillion in damages and losses from the first Gulf War (1980-1988) and the second (1990-1991).

Observers say the statements are intended to remind Iraqi politicians that Iran is better than them and that they have no right to act contrary to their interests even if they disagree with Iraq's interests, even if it leads to US sanctions if Abbadi defies the sanctions of President Donald Trump's administration. Tehran.

Iran, through its agents of religious parties, controls the Iraqi scene, and this is explained by the pressures that prompted Abbadi to back down from previous statements that he was committed to implementing sanctions against Iran.

"We do not sympathize with sanctions or interact with them because they are a strategic mistake, but we are committed to them," Abadi said.

Abadi is trying to appease Iran and allied parties in the hope of supporting him in continuing to serve as prime minister, but many indications confirm that Tehran is working to prevent him from a second term in the light of accusations against him to appease the United States.

"We regret his position," Mojtaba al-Husseini, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's representative in Iraq, said of his position. "He is expressing his defeat towards America," said Mujtaba al-Husseini, who is not in accord with the Iraqi spirit, which has staged major tournaments in a US-backed advocacy.


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