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 How does Iran deal with US calls to respect Iraq's sovereignty?

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PostSubject: How does Iran deal with US calls to respect Iraq's sovereignty?   Thu Nov 08, 2018 9:16 am

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[size=32]How does Iran deal with US calls to respect Iraq's sovereignty?[/size]


Thursday, November 08, 2018 at 16:22 PM 




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Iraq continues to be a major focus of the escalating US-Iranian conflict in the region. Iran and the United States have been competing since the 2003 invasion of Iraq for greater influence over each other, relying on their allies without engaging in direct conflict.
Senior US administration officials stress that the circle surrounding the president, the secretary of state and the national security adviser, is warning Iran of the consequences of direct exposure or of the forces allied to American interests in the region.
The United States is talking about destabilizing Iranian activities in the region and the need to stop and counter such activities in coordination with allied countries, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, Jordan and Israel.
In May 2018, less than a week after US President Donald Trump announced his withdrawal from the Joint Action Committee (NPA) on May 8, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced 12 A demand that Iran comply with them to avoid sanctions within the time-limit set for November 4, 2018.
For Iran to act as a "normal" state, its regime, from Washington's point of view, must comply with the sixth requirement of respecting the sovereignty of the Iraqi government and allowing the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of "sectarian militias".
"Six days before the sanctions came into force, these are the six conditions that the Iranian regime is required for Washington to treat as a normal country," the State Department said on October 30. The November 4 deadline for sanctions; and that "the Iranian regime must respect the sovereignty of the Iraqi government and allow the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of sectarian militias," without further details.
At the end of August, reports were reported that Iran had sent short-range ballistic missiles to some popular factions and was developing its capabilities to build more missiles in Iraq to deter potential attacks on its interests and strike its adversaries in the region.
According to the media reports, the supply of short-range ballistic missiles to Iran by Iran and its deployment in areas close to the Saudi and Syrian borders pose a double threat to Saudi Arabia, the closest American ally to date, despite the consequences of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and American soldiers in bases inside the territory Syrian missiles within the range of those rockets from sites for popular mobilization inside Iraqi territory.
In remarks made by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on September 1, 2018, in response to the Iranian move, it was considered a matter of concern to his country and a blatant violation of Iraqi sovereignty.
On 8 May 2018, the Secretary of State had already issued 12 demands on the Iranian regime to comply with the lifting of sanctions and to permit the enrichment of uranium for peaceful purposes under international supervision and the economic and political reintegration of Iran into the international community. Among the demands were the cessation of Iranian threats to US allies, Including Israel, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Iran's ballistic missiles pose a threat to Saudi Arabia and Israel, too, if they are transferred to Syria, which has been battling Iraqi guerrillas for years against armed opposition factions.
Mike Pompeo announced that his country would move immediately if its interests were attacked by Iran or even by its agents, and would respond to the main actor, Iran.
The ballistic missiles sent by Iran to allied armed groups may not be of high military value, but they certainly send direct messages to the United States that Iran is capable of threatening the interests of the United States and the lives of US soldiers in Iraq and Syria, as well as its allies as a means of pressure on the states. To ease the economic and political pressure that escalated with the sanctions coming into effect on 4 November 2018.
US Defense Secretary Jim Matisse believes Iran's attempt to turn Iraq into a state of its own would "not work. It is a waste of resources that could help people in Iran if the Iranian government cares about its people."
Iran is still exploiting its influence in Iraq to pull it out of the American will to abide by the sanctions imposed on it and to maintain the body of popular mobilization and not to undermine it, based on the vision of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, which was presented to former Prime Minister Haider Abadi in a meeting in June, Warning of "taking any action that could weaken the popular mobilization factions".
The independence of the popular mobilization decision gives unlimited possibilities to Iran to recruit crowd fighters to enforce the Iranian project in Syria by fighting alongside the Syrian regime, and in Iraq to further threaten US interests and US troops to pressure the US administration to ease economic sanctions and to back down its policies in building strategic alliances From a number of Gulf countries and the region to counter Iranian influence and stop Iranian interference in the affairs of the countries of the region; in addition to undermining the possibility of using Iraqi territory as a platform to threaten Iranian interests by the United States or directing Military wives against Iran.
Without provoking international or American reactions, Iran can use its allied forces to threaten international interests in the region, both shipping corridors through Ansar Allah (Houthi) or US soldiers in Iraq, Syria or other US interests, including the security of Israel and allied countries In the region.
Iran does not seem to be alarmed by US threats as long as US reactions continue to tighten economic sanctions without directly harming Iran's allied armed groups, a force on which Iran relies on the United States' position of self-defense.
In any case, the United States recognizes that Iran's influence in direct Iraq or its powerful allied forces in security and political decision-making centers is greater than any Iraqi government can challenge or undermine, including those the United States believes to be allies.
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