Saudi Arabia funds terror attacks in Iraq http://www.moqavemat.com/?a=content.id&id=20955
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia sponsors terrorism in Iraq to maintain its influence in the region and decrease Iraq-Iran relations, says an analyst.Ahmed: The Iraqi government is not reliable and is not in a position to take any steps against Saudi Arabia because it remains a very weak and fragmented government.I agree that there should be an investigation. Why is it that the killing of Hariri in Lebanon deserves an international investigation while the murder of thousands and thousands of Iraqi people, and thousand of attacks by regional governments has not attracted and necessitated an international or a United Nations investigation?
Saudi Arabia is a leading government that has sponsored, supported and funded suicide bombings and terrorist attacks in Iraq since 2003. And the largest number of suicide bombers outside of Iraq is the Saudis. These people were in Saudi prisons and supported by the Saudi government and its religious institutions. The United States does not want to exploit that role despite some of its soldiers having died throughout these operations.There are countries, such as Saudi Arabia, who would like to see the American army remain in Iraq in order to show the Iraqi army to be weak and limit their ability, and to extend their sovereignty across Iraq. Iran wants the opposite.
They would like American troops to leave according to plan. The Iraqi government would benefit from an orderly withdrawal of American troops so they can take the helm and Iraq could be removed from Article 7 of the United Nations and restore its complete sovereignty. Within Iraq itself, there are different positions as well.Yes, Saudi Arabia would like to see American troops stay. They believe that it is against what they call Iranian-influence in Iraq. They see the Iraq-Iran relationship to be interrupted as influence and control
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