Iraq to expel Iranian ambassador?

by Infidelesto on April 22, 2008 · 0 comments

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Looks like the good Iraqi’s trying to establish peace and a unified government are getting fed up with the Iranian backing of Al-Qaeda and the on-going insurgency.


A number of senior Awakening Council officials in Iraq have accused Iran of coordinating aid, including funds, weapons, and training, to Al-Qaeda in Iraq, which is acting to eliminate Awakening leaders.

The officials said, “The tool by which the terror operations were carried out is Al-Qaeda, but the engine is Iran.”

The officials are also demanding that the Iranian ambassador to Iraq be expelled since he is “a direct cause of the crises afflicting the country.”

Source: Al-Hayat, London, April 22, 2008

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