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Post by GirlBye on Tue Nov 10, 2020 4:40 pm

Terror floats to the fore in the form of Iranian condemnation and dissatisfaction, whenever an Iraqi move towards the Arab incubator in general and the Gulf states in particular looms.

Rapprochement undermines Iran, which is closely watching the dimensions of the statements of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, regarding some efforts aimed at disrupting Baghdad’s approach towards establishing common relations and interests within the balance of its international relations.

Efforts coincide with the signing of Baghdad and Riyadh, a number of agreements covering various fields, including trade, security and agriculture, which raised the alarm bells of the factions loyal to Tehran in Iraq, fearing for the interests of the latter.

The roots of the dispute between Al-Kazemi and Iran's militia in Iraq and its military arms go back to the beginnings of his candidacy for prime minister, and attempts to block him by accusing him of his involvement in providing information to the US Defense Department that facilitated the assassination of the late terrorist Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Iranian Quds Force, and the terrorist Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, at the beginning of the year Present.


Iran's arms are moving
The State of Law Coalition in Iraq, headed by Nuri al-Maliki, and the "Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq" militia, have expressed their strong objection to the initiation of Saudi companies to invest in the Iraqi cities of Najaf, Anbar and Muthanna, and to transfer the pioneering experiment "Almarai" to Iraq.

Last Sunday, a Saudi delegation arrived in Baghdad that included prominent officials in the industry, trade, economy and military sectors, within the framework of the sessions of the Coordination Council between the two countries, which was established in 2018 during the era of Haider al-Abadi's government. 

The meetings, which were held over the two days, resulted in the signing of 13 cooperation agreements in important vital fields and sectors.

Today, Tuesday, Al-Kazemi indicated, during the Iraqi cabinet session, that there were "suspicious campaigns of any rapprochement between Iraq and any country, accompanied by rumors aimed at mixing up the papers and disrupting any understanding that is in the interest of the country."

Al-Kazemi stressed that "Iraq should be an attractive environment for investment and not a repellent one, because we really need investments, job opportunities and reconstruction." 

That Gulf rapprochement and the gestures of returning in Riyadh and Baghdad to the previous eras three decades ago, has become the concern of some international parties, including Iran, which has vast influence in Iraq, according to observers.


Towards the regional periphery
Iraqi political analyst Nashwan Al-Issa believes that Al-Kazemi's steps, since he took office, indicate a desire to move towards the regional and international environment, according to the country's interests.

Al-Issa pointed out, in an interview with Al-Ain Al-Akhbariya, that the foregoing "became apparent by striking the illegal armed forces, and looking at Iran from the angle of the relationship balance and not according to the calculations of sectarian and sectarian alignment."

However, he added that Iraq is trying today to shake off the dust of the political parties and forces that have put the country's fate and the sovereignty of its decision at the disposal of the conflicting forces in the region.

And he considered that, in light of the existing challenges and complex situations and complex circumstances, Baghdad has no choice but to escape from the interface of wars on behalf of the people.

Since becoming prime minister, Al-Kazemi has taken measures and policies described as "bold", targeting the financial resources of armed militias since the years after 2003, through the military move towards the border outlets, and recovering them from the grip of those factions in operations known as "ghost hunting."

Moves, followed by similar administrative policies, placed the prime minister on the list of enemies of Tehran, which tried hard to embarrass his government in more than one situation at the internal and external levels, by attacking the diplomatic missions and the interests of the United States in Iraq, using its military arms.


Correct path
For his part, Ali al-Katib, a political analyst, said that Tehran has become anxious about the Al-Kazemi government, since the first round conducted by the Prime Minister, about two months after his access to power, which included Riyadh and Tehran.

Despite the suspension of the first part of the tour, the writer continues to Al-Ain Al-Akhbariya. However, the Fiqh guardianship system in Iran has realized that Iraq is seeking to correct the national path, and to follow pragmatic, not state, solutions.

He explained that recent years, especially in the Al-Abadi government, have witnessed a break in the ice of the rift between Riyadh and Baghdad after nearly two decades.

However, these steps did not constitute a heavy concern and obsession for Tehran's politicians as much as Al-Kazemi brought it, according to the expert, who indicated that the immediate stage is imposing a Gulf rapprochement on Iraq.

He pointed out that the rapprochement is imposed by economic factors and the levels of financial threat to the country's treasury, and that the Iranian regime has no power but to object to it.

As for the academic and economist Maytham al-Mashhadani, he considered that Baghdad’s rapprochement with Riyadh constitutes a warning of a dangerous situation for Iran and the countries and powers that stand on the equator from it, after the matter went beyond the mere issue of ties and diplomatic relations between two countries, to withdraw to large and important projects in the field of investment. Inside Iraq. "

Al-Mashhadani pointed out, to Al-Ain News, that the volume of financial revenues achieved by Iran in Iraq during the past years began to decline, with the multiplicity of Baghdad's international references at the level of representation of interests.

The expert suggested that these differences will widen negatively as Baghdad approaches the launch of energy and trade projects.

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Post by GirlBye on Wed Nov 11, 2020 10:26 am

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will not risk its prestige in negotiating with a country ruled by the militias of an enemy state. Therefore, when they sign agreements with Iraq, they are well aware that they are dealing with a different Iraq.
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Saudi Arabia realizes that it is dealing with a different Iraq


There is nothing abnormal in the Iraqi-Saudi rapprochement. The event is not exceptional were it not for the fact that the circumstances in Iraq give an exceptional character to every event.

As for Saudi Arabia, it aims to help Iraq save a brotherly neighbor. One of the two qualities is sufficient to be a justification for playing a positive role, which would facilitate what has become difficult to achieve.

As for Iraq, his refusal to seek help from his brothers is a form of suicide that cannot be accepted humanly and politically.

After all these lean years, it has become difficult to imagine Iraq being subordinate to another country and guided by it. Iraq is not a small country or a small population, and it is also not a poor country, despite the corruption that we have ravaged, it will continue to push it to the brink of bankruptcy. And Iraq also does not lack expertise in all fields, especially the economic, oil, technical and health fields.

It is not unlikely that the eyes of Iraqis turn to Arar, as it is the gateway to hope. That would be the beginning of a change. This is what the Iraqis are waiting for, after they are tired of waiting futile

His conditions were turned upside down after the American occupation, and his ignorance became managing his affairs so that he became another Iraq. A country not even recognized by its people. That would not constitute a reason for his brothers to abandon him. Iraq is sick.

Yes. Iraq is sick with sectarianism, the germs of which have been inserted in its body since the Americans violated everything in it and did not respect international laws that call on the occupier to preserve the countries it occupies. Its people, its wealth, its laws, its institutions, the manifestations of urbanization and its infrastructure.

The Americans destroyed everything. They messed up with everything. They moved everything from his place. And they placed the ruling in the hands of parties that blessed their occupation and continued to follow the American line of demolition, theft, destruction, brutality and murder until Iraq ended a lonely country with corruption standing between it and seeing any kind of trust on the faces of its sons. Iraqis do not trust themselves and others.

They have seen from themselves the evils one would not expect to see in themselves.


All this for whom and for what?

They ran after lies while thieves were running away with their riches. They separated from their Arab surroundings in order to win the love of Iran, but they found themselves walking in minefields set up by Iranian militias or gangs that have put themselves in the service of Iran and Iran itself would only have a culture of death as a commodity that lives on it, exports it and presents itself to the world through it.

In fact, Iran has consumed everything it can offer while it is small in what it possesses in comparison to the Iraqi cultural storage, which is getting fed up with what is happening around it despite the nozzles of guns aimed at the heads of the protesting youth.

It is not appropriate for the Iraqi to live the way that the Iranian regime and the Revolutionary Guard have decided. Weapons will not be able to provide the solution, and Iran has nothing but weapons. There is a power greater than Iran that forced it to remain silent and gathered its gangs in a place far from the place where the Iraqi-Saudi negotiations are taking place. The United States is not that power, even if it is a third party in the strategic agreement. The Iraqi people is that power.

I do not think that Saudi Arabia is risking its prestige in negotiating with a country ruled by the militias of an enemy state. The Saudis do not set foot on slippery terrain. Therefore, when they sign agreements in the fields of electricity, petrochemicals, gas and agriculture, they are well aware that they are dealing with a different Iraq, an Iraq other than the one that the Iranians rumored to have become their back garden.

It has become difficult, after all these lean years that have gone by, to imagine Iraq being subordinate to and directed by another country.

But what do the militias think?

No opinion of the militia. There is an implicit armistice between Saudi Arabia and Iran, the subject of which is Iraq. Without Saudi investments, Iraq is liable to explode. That is what Iran has been certain of for years. This threatens its presence in Iraq, and it is a presence that will inevitably collapse if the Iraqis take control of their lives.

It is not unlikely that the eyes of Iraqis turn to Arar, as it is the gateway to hope. That would be the beginning of a change. This is what the Iraqis are waiting for, after they are tired of waiting futile. Are we so optimistic that politicians are surprised that they are handling the results of their actions with caution?

An optimistic Iraq is what the whole region needs. If Iran dealt with him stupidly over the past years, then today it is in a situation in which it needs an Iraq that establishes normal relations with its other neighbors.


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