THE IRAQI MESS IS OBAMAS WATERLOO; IRANS YARMOUK

Syrian Perspective humbly points out that we were the first to reveal the role of ‘Izzaat Ibraaheem Al-Doori in the unfolding disaster in Iraq.  We have been following Al-Doori for years after he escaped the kangaroo courts set up for him by the American High Commissioner, L. Paul Bremer, arguably one of the world’s most accomplished imbeciles, and went into hiding north of his home town of Mosul where he bobbed up and down along the fault lines between Arabs, Kurds and Turks.  He eventually wound up in Turkey where he was adopted by a team of American and British spooks who were introduced to him by Erdoghan’s goons in the MIT.  Since that time, they have been grooming him for the role he is playing now.

CAUTION:  DO NOT BELIEVE ISIS IS WHAT IT APPEARS TO BE.  IT IS NOT A SALAFIST ORGANIZATION.  SALAFIST ORGANIZATIONS DO NOT – I REPEAT, DO NOT – TAKE ON FORMER BA’ATHISTS LIKE AL-DOORI AS LEADERS.

Some of you may have heard a recent declaration emanating from Mosul that ISIS now has a unified command with Al-Doori at the helm.  This is true.  Al-Doori was a former military man in Iraq who rose to prominence under Saddam and became the only man capable of spitting in the fearsome leaders face without so much as a raised eyebrow.  However, Al-Doori has no substantial military experience as a field commander and can be expected to flop fairly soon.  He is furthermore riddled with poor health, suffering from a spectrum of respiratory and nephrogenous conditions which will take his life soon.

That a Nakhshabandi/Ba’athist (read: Sufist) like Al-Doori could ally with Abu Bakr Al-Baghdaadi is proof positive that the whole ISIS movement is an American proxy fattened up with Saudi lucre and tarted up with Jihadist terrorist platitudes.  The pretense by Obama that he is willing to send in air power to Iraq to help Al-Maliki is a mere Trojan Horse or Jaleela’s Dowry, a method to dislodge Prime Minister Al-Maliki after it became clear the disgraced American president couldn’t oust our Dr. Bashar Al-Assad.  The Zionist plan, concocted and promoted by the Neo-Con traitors, is that the Fatimid Crescent is more like a necklace with beads than a true crescent.  If you can’t rid yourself of the Syrian bead, go after the Iraqi one.  That this is a Zionist plan is evident from the fact that only they would proffer such a sociopathic vision that would entail the extermination of the indigenous Christians of Iraq and Syria.

The Neo-Con traitors’ scheme is like this:  In order to smother Hizbollah, you must bisect its lifeline to Iran.  That means destroy Syria or Iraq.  They targeted Syria first since it seemed to be the weakest of the 2 links.  But, Syria was not the weakest given the immense support it received from both the Russian Federation and Iran.  This left Iraq as a target in order to push back Iranian regional machinations and isolate Hizbollah.  If Iraq could be put back into the hands of the Saddamists, like Al-Doori, Iraq would once again become a buffer against Iran and a black hole for Hizbollah.  I want to mention here, also, that Saudi Arabia’s recent admonition that foreign forces should stay out of the Iraqi conflict is only meant to deflect accusations of its own incontrovertible involvement in financing this ISIS monster in both Syria and Iraq.

Three realities have now emerged from all this for the Zionist leeches:  1.  The Bush campaign against Saddam was a disaster of historic proportions which must be corrected;  2.  Hizbollah is one of the most menacing forces that the Zionist Settler State must face in any future conflict; 3. The same disastrous plan used against Syria could still work in Iraq with proper planning.

Note General Qaassem ‘Ata’s statements to the press yesterday in Baghdad. He warned citizens and the public at large to beware of the “biased” reporting in those media sources who have started to spew out lies and propaganda.  It is the same situation as that in Syria with the one proviso that the Iraqis are fully aware of the media campaign in Syria and are prepared to counteract it.

 

General Qaassem ‘Ataa, the Iraqi Army spokesman, youngish-looking to be sure, warned citizens about Al-‘Arabiyya, Al-Jazeera and the rest of the well-known lie-machines used earlier against Syria.

 

And even more interesting, note how ISIS and its Iraqi Ba’ath allies are making sophisticated use of the Internet in order to manipulate popular opinion.  The way these savages are using the Internet points clearly to tutelage from the U.S. and its British allies in Turkey and elsewhere.  HINT:  Watch carefully how the BBC covers the events in Iraq and you will know who is behind this entire mess.

With ISIS claiming to be in control of Iraq’s northern Arab provinces contiguous to Turkey’s borders, they have secured areas containing major oil facilities and military bases.  Yesterday, they falsely claimed to have overrun the oil refinery at Bayji, Iraq’s largest.  With such a project in the making, the U.S. will probably continue its logistical support for ISIS until Al-Maliki does what President Assad was supposed to do: RESIGN.  But now, the ball is in Teheran’s hands.  Will they stand with Al-Maliki the way they stood with Assad?  And (and this is a BIG AND) will Moscow intervene here also.

Iran has a deep historic relationship to Mesopotamia/Iraq.  The examples of interaction between the 2 peoples are legion.  We hardly need to go back to Artaxerxes or the Barmecides to explain any of this.  But, today, in theocratic Iran, the holy places of Najaf and Karbalaa` will dominate geo-political thinking.  Iran will go to war to protect the Shi’i shrines and this means hundreds of thousands of Basij warriors ready to cross the Iraqi border in order to eradicate the American-supported grubs who claim to operate under the banner of this Saudi-funded gang of cannibals.  That ISIS has already made clear its intention to kill the “apostates” and destroy their shrines has galvanized Iraqi volunteers protecting the Sayyida Zaynab and Sukayna shrines in Damascus and has impelled them to leave in order to continue the fight in Iraq.

We are warning American politicians not to allow American foreign policy to be directed by the Neo-Con Zionist traitors in Washington D.C.  Their movement must be stanched and their ranks subject to trials for high treason. 

Russia is watching these events very carefully.  Iraq is a gold mine for Russian weapons manufacturers and Moscow will not be lame in its approach.  However, Mr. Putin has much on his plate today.  The creation of the Ukrainian crisis by NATO, but mostly by Obama, might be a gambit designed to distract the Russians while the U.S. tries to resurrect a Zionist-inspired, but failed, plan to dislodge leaders of legitimate governments in order to supplant them with corrupt, Zionist-friendly sycophants whose lives will be as lengthy as those of mayflies.

Already, the western media is starting up on Mr. Al-Maliki, accusing him of sectarianism and brutality in conducting the affairs of his country.  Do not be surprised if you hear about atrocities committed by “pro-Maliki loyalists”.  Already, the stories are being disseminated about Sunni prisoners in Mosul being executed by Shi’i guards as ISIS attempted to liberate them.  The sickening stories, trumped up lies and propaganda, can be expected to nauseate even more readers than anything that occurred in Syria.  They are not giving up.  The Zionists are not going away.  Unless the American, French, English and Australian peoples rise up and take back their foreign policy, this parasitic, vampiric relationship will continue to their detriment.

Mr. Al-Maliki must do what Dr. Assad did in Syria.  He must gird his loins and prepare for a long bout with the American Obama Chimera.  And this is not one from the imagination.  The Zionist establishment is obsessed with Iran and will drag America down into the noisome abyss of Hell in order to prolong the existence of their counterfeit Ghetto State.  Mr. Al-Maliki must extend his hand, as he is doing today, to all Sunnis in order to join forces to block this assault on Iraq’s Arabic Muslim/Christian and Semitic-language culture by European and Khazar Jewish settlers who have brought nothing but plague and misery to our beloved Near East.  He must also continue his alliance with Dr. Assad and use the experience of the Syrian Army in battling Obama’s and Zionism’s hordes of barbarians.

More than anything else, Prime Minister Al-Maliki must have what Dr. George Habash used to call “the clear vision”.  الرؤيا الواضحة He must not allow the plethora of concocted folderol and disinformation to blind him to pure objectivity in assessing the world around him.  This is what kept Dr. Assad sane – his scientific training.  Or as G.W.F. Hegel would suggest in the exposition of his Die Verkehrte Welt (The Inverted World), that Mr. Al-Maliki place himself in the position of his enemies and see the stage from their vantage point, thus, exposing their plans as though they were created in his own mind.  ZAF

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Outstanding analysis, very thorough indeed, fully concur. The only long term solution is a military and maybe political alliance between Syria and Iraq, they must fight this war together, their chances to come out stronger is much higher if they fight it together. As I posted in Syrper in another article, US is behind ISIS since day one, it is the brains while Turkey, KSA, Qatar and Jordan are the slaves States funding and training all the rats. As it happened in Syrian, there a lot of Iraqi high ranked traitors that would sell the mothers for money, Al Maliki… Read more »

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Ziad, by the way, congrats to almost 300,000 viewers in just over 2 months, this is outstanding.

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So it is clear the US has turned their back on maliki. The US has apparently ruled out air strikes and they can’t and won’t offer any other help. To top it off, the satanic witch hitlery clinton said maliki should go and he is tha main problem plaguing iraq. Classic Western policy. If you don’t bow to their every command you become a leper. http://time.com/2892052/hillary-maliki-must-go/ Speaking to Al-Doori, his face rang a bell, and in an odd happenstance I had my deck of playing cards from the iraqi war ( launched on false pretenses) and sure enough the king… Read more »

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ziad, what is the best outcome for syria in regard to iraq? if the sunnis regain power, especially former saddam people, that could be a good thing. as they were former allies?

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Obama and his wife are Christian,they are a shame to the Christian World.

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Thanks for providing such a good analysis of the situation which concerns us all.

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Ziad, greetings from Central Europe (NATO zone). I watch carefully the information on this site. The information we have with us. I am glad I found this site. Official media is only concerned with the question of Syria quotes from Reuter. I work for an alternative server http://www.kulturni-noviny.cz – politics is not discussed. But our friends from sseveru http://www.e-republica.cz the Sýrijským the war engaged in quite objectively (but they are alone). Please do not think that most people zone NATO supports Turkey and Saudi. Many people does not support U.S. foreign policy. Population in elections agreed to enter into military… Read more »

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Prof Michel Chossudovsky says this: An internal “civil war” between Shia and Sunni is fomented by US-NATO support to both the Al-Maliki government as well as to the Sunni ISIS rebels. http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-destruction-and-political-fragmentation-of-iraq-towards-the-creation-of-a-us-sponsored-islamist-caliphate/5386998 Another employee asked me to pray for Kenya after the rat’s massacre. I’m more interested in writing music than praying so I wrote this in one sitting after work: http://www.franz-schubert.com/prayer-for-kenya.html Hail Holy Queen Hail, holy Queen, Mother of Mercy, Our life, our sweetness and our hope. To thee do we cry, poor banished children of Eve, To thee do we send up our sighs, Mourning and weeping in… Read more »

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Ziad this is the best damn Analysis(expose) Article I’ve ever read. you truly do have your finger on the pulse of the entire middle east! That was very fucking good, in depth incite, and coverage! you summed the whole plot of the Zionist right up to (bibi’s) big Khazari nose. No one in the Media, nor Alternative pro Syria (News Agencies) or prominent Political Analysts has even come close. You’re absolutely correct about Hizbullah. But Hizbullah is more than just a mere( menace)! Hizbullah is the( Casus Belli) and the demise of the Zionist State! Hezbollah has One hundred thousand… Read more »

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Thanks a lot for the clear explanation, Ziad.
Great article!

Keep up the good work,
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We’re already being conditioned Ziad From Evil ISIS to Evil Maliki

From what iv’e seen and heard ISIS are behaving pretty much the same as all the other Salafist groups do in Syria.practically as routine IE sadistically and brutally. Most who’ve bothered to do a minimal amount of research on the Syrian conflict wouldn’t have been surprised that they’d behave the same way in Iraq

You could be forgiven for thinking that as long as the atrocities are happening in Syria that’s perfectly okay, Our media call these same scumbags freedom fighters

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“He [al-Douri] eventually wound up in Turkey where he was adopted by a team of American and British spooks who were introduced to him by Erdoghan’s goons in the MIT. Since that time, they have been grooming him for the role he is playing now.” — again nary a scrap of evidence is offered to support this ludicrous but bald-faced fabrication, nor any other reason to believe this is even remotely politically feasible. Ziad invents these convoluted, infantile lies purely to airbrush over the self-evident but for him now uncomfortable fact that this major Iraqi Resistance leader is much more… Read more »

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As an American high school history teacher, I have followed Ziad’s excellent summaries of Syria- and now Iraq- in hopes that I could learn enough to explain to students what is happening over there when classes resume in September. Unfortunately, I am as confused now as ever. Identifying Heroes and Evil people is not always easy Fortunately for me, in past years, we never seem to get to the current events and usually, by June- when school ends are somewhere in the 1930s looking out for Hitler’s arrival on the scene. This will be my last post since I cannot… Read more »

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Here is a good article where an American woman who is married to a Syrian talks about life in Syria. This uprising that started the trouble was cooked up in a small town. http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/06/18/a-voice-from-kassab/ Many interesting things most people do not know about Syria. The country entered the war with no debt. The ZATO gang always wants to get into a country and start a central bank. Only a few countries do not have a Central bank run by the gangsters. The article paints Syria as a very nice place to live before this fake revolution. Very sad.

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Izzat Al Douri has alot of support in Syria especially among Baathists in the tribal areas. The gains of the Iraqi resistance in Iraq against the sectarian puppet regime of Maliki must be making the Syrian regime feel very uncomfortable due to its pro-Iranian policies which contradict its fake support for ‘Arabism’ and ‘resistance’. Here you have an Iraqi government set up under the tutelage of the American made political process following the occupation and now with the Iraqi Arab people rebelling against this colonial set up, the Syrian regime is put to the test and comes up short, lacking… Read more »

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Thank you for your blog, Mr. Fadel. Excellent work! I saw it recommended over at http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.ca/ and http://www.moonofalabama.org/. Since our mainstream media is such a joke, people like me are genuinely interested in hearing a fresh perspective from those who actually LIVE in one those countries that Uncle Scam & Friends routinely tear to pieces. Keep it up. Even though things are pretty bad at the moment, people here in NATOstan are rapidly growing contemptuous of the ‘official’ narrative.

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video shows a group of Syrian rebels retreating while under heavy fire. They had a small stretch of exposed land to run through and most got across fine. At least two of their comrades have however been shot and appear to be dead.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=645_1403133681

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like many, I became addicted to reading the news and comments syrper, so I know Ziad must be very busy ….he has left us alone to discuss between us

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Dirty Turkish rats have hacked the website of the Austrian Foreign Minister, Sebastian Kurz, following his warning to the Turkish Prime Minister that during his visit to Vienna, he’d ought not encourage the Turks The pro-Government hackers warned Austria that they once fought all the way to Vienna, implying they think they could do it again. “Austria foreign minister! Who do you think you are kiddy! You cannot decide how to talk to our prime minister! Erdoğan the prime minister is the grandson of ancestors who reached Vienna, the soil you’re walking on now! We are Akıncılar [Raiders], We are… Read more »

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Hmmmmm, it looks like the KSA is trying to take over Iraq. Sadly, no country should interfere (directly) except Syria and maybe US, because it would be counter-productive on the long run. Iraq’s only chance is if Iraq Sunni and Shia population join forces and get the foreign insurgence out. Syria is the only one which can help without further escalating the conflict because it is already in it. Before you start criticize me please let me explain why I think that way. 1) If Iran interfere KSA would have every right to join the fight on “saving the Sunni… Read more »

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http://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/terrorismus-al-qaidas-agenda-2020-a-369328.html “Die dritte Phase wird mit “Das Aufstehen und Auf-zwei-Beine-Stellen” umschrieben. Sie soll den Zeitraum von 2007 bis 2010 umfassen. “Es wird eine Konzentration auf Syrien geben”, prophezeit Hussein auf der Grundlage seiner Rückmeldungen. Die kämpfenden Kader stünden bereit, zum Teil hielten sie sich im Irak auf. Auch Anschläge in der Türkei und – noch brisanter – gegen Israel würden für diese Jahre avisiert. Angriffe auf Israel, so hoffen die Vordenker des Terrors demnach, werden aus al-Qaida eine allseits anerkannte Organisation machen. Möglich sei außerdem eine Ausweitung der Anschläge in den Nachbarländern des Irak, also etwa in Jordanien.” An old… Read more »

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Here is what will happen:

Syria will continue what it’s doing. Iran alone can take care of the Iraq problem.
The Iraqi government has a sever structural problem (unlike Syria) and attempting to save its current status is impossible – which is the reason many in Iraq are unfortunately not resisting ISIS

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Outstanding piece Ziad!

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This is just insane. There’s been a news report of a woman of somali origin from Finland, who has gone to Syria to fight in the civil war, because “there is many Shias to be killed” and also threatened the Finnish “FBI” Suojelupoliisi or Supo. The West needs to stop NOW funding the genocidal war against Syrian people! http://yle.fi/uutiset/suspected_female_finnish_jihadist_posts_armed_threats_on_facebook/7309646

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Dear Ziad,
How good of you to recognise Obama’s Waterloo on the 18th of june !!!
Thank you for your great posts.

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Traditionally the zio-imperialist West has always sought to launch attacks on Iran from Iraq. They seem to be having a hell of a job orchestrating a second Iran / Iraq war; Maliki isn’t planning on anything but neighbourly co-operation with Iran and that is why The West wants rid of him. Nearly everyone seems to have wised up to the strategy which is same old same really. Assad should continue to provide all assistance to Iraq and vice versa and Iran needs to work hard to keep the ME together. Russia doesn’t seem to have taken the Ukrainian bait and… Read more »

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I am amazed how many SyPer readers are so gullible to adopt the same rhetoric being vomited by filth like Feinstein and McCain that ‘Al-Maliki is finished.’ One minute you guys are abusing these Jew vermin, the next minute you are repeating their zio-babble. Shame on you! Wasn’t the same vile mantra repeated over and over about the ‘tyrant’ Assad, who “must step down?” Do any of you seriously think that the majority Shia population of Iraq have ‘no will to fight’ and are ‘not resisting ISIS?’ Wake up! It was Sunni commanders that betrayed the army at the start… Read more »

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@ZIAD or anyone with full knowledge .can explain me… 1) How is hell is Maliki ,the President of IRaq ,asking the help of the americans ,is he mentally sick? or drugged? Why they the president of iraq ,Maliki Ask for the help of Americans to combat ISIL? Isn’t that a joke? it will be like Assad in Syria asking the help of Israel to eliminate the jihadist in Golan Height.. 2) How is the Syrian Airforce going to Help IRAQ if the US airforce is present too? The US airforce pose a major danger for Syrian Airforce operations in IRAQ… Read more »

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A must read article, the fingerprints of who put together ISIS is all over it, have fun finding “where’s wally?” in there.

http://rt.com/news/166920-isis-iraq-offensive-report/

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Read the analysis of the author again.

It presumes that the US wants a political chanve in Iraq using a terrorist group it supported herself as a pretext. Under the condition of a new dictatorship in Iraq.

“We stop the terror if you are surrendering.” Classical mafia style.

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Truth is stranger than fiction, they say. But what if truth and fiction are combined in a very low intellect? Today’s Guardian newspaper reports: “Saudi Arabia has warned against foreign meddling in Iraq. Writing in the Telegraph, the Saudi ambassador to the UK, Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saudi, said: ‘We oppose all foreign intervention and interference. There must be no meddling in Iraq’s internal affairs, not by us or by the US, the UK or by any other government. This is Iraq’s problem and they must sort it out themselves. Any government that meddles in Iraq’s affairs runs the… Read more »

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Time to watch my favorite TV show (going to watch ABC News clowns)…

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Ukraine’s Land Agency give land to soldiers in the east for free

June 16, 2014, 3:44 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

Land parcels will be given out for free to the servicemen of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and other military formations, as well as to the employees of Interior Ministry and the Security Service of Ukraine that are defending territorial integrity and sovereignty of the country in eastern and southeastern regions of Ukraine.

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Ziad, this is an article backing up your info on ISIS. The US knew, just like you said..

http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/iraq-turmoil/kurdistans-prime-minister-we-warned-u-s-about-isis-iraq-n137686

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