Iraq since it “liberation” from Ottoman empire by the western colonialists in 1918, has been ruled by its Sunni minority elites for their collaboration with the anti-Ottoman Zionist-controlled western powers until the fall of Saddam Hussein regime in 2003 for him becoming an existential threat to the Zionist regime. During its 8-year occupation, Washington allowed country’s Shia majority (60%) to gain some political power. However, the US occupation force also created the so-called Sunni Al-Qaeda consisting of members of the defeated Ba’athist army, Kurd and Wahhabi Sunnis for waging an ethnic-religious sectarian war in Iraq to counter Shia-led government’s possible tilt towards neighboring Shia-majority Iran.
The western media have been painting the ongoing daily bloodshed in Iraq as in the neighboring Sunni majority Syria, as “civil war. But in reality, what is currently going on in the Middle East is part of Israel’s Yinon Plan or the so-called “Arab Spring”. It is an Israeli strategic plan to ensure Israeli regional superiority. It insists and stipulates that Israel must reconfigure its geo-political environment through the balkanization of the surrounding Arab states into smaller and weaker states. Israeli strategists viewed Iraq as their biggest strategic challenge from an Arab state. This is why Iraq was outlined as the centerpiece to the balkanization of the Middle East and the Arab World. In Iraq, on the basis of the concepts of the Yinon Plan, Israeli strategists have called for the division of Iraq into a Kurdish state and two Arab states, one for Shia Muslims and the other for Sunni Muslims. The first step towards establishing this was a war between Iraq and Iran, which the Yinon Plan discusses.
Failing to destroy the Islamic Republic, the US-Israel went after a weakened Iraq and created an autonomous oil-rich pro-Israeli Sunni Iraqi Kurdistan. Currently, western poodle in Saudi Arabia and Qatar are funding the Sunni terrorists who has established Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Iraq after defeated by army and Hizbullah in Syria.
The results of Iraqi parliament election held on April 30, 2014, show that most Iraqis agree with Nouri al-Maliki’s independent policy and his fight against foreign terrorism. His alliance won 92 seats of the 325-seat parliament – followed by his two Shia rival parties with a combined 57 seats. Former Iraqi Shia prime minister and American poodle, Iyad Allawi’s Wataniya list won 21; Moqtada Sadr’s Shia supporters won six seats, and two Sunni parties won combined 33 seats.
On June 10 the province of Nineveh in northern Iraq including the provincial capital city Mosul was captured by militants mainly from the ISIL. The majority of the population in this province is Sunni, with a large Christian community loyal to Saddam Hussein. The militants destroyed all local military camps and released more than three thousand fellow terrorists from the Mosul state prison. Fearing more bloodshed at the hands of Takfiri mercenaries, some five hundred thousand inhabitants fled Mosul to seek refuge in the neighboring Kurdistan.
US vice-President Joe Biden, whose new notorious report Sectarian War in Iraq Draws the Map of Three Regions outlines a plan for dividing this country into three parts. But even before Joe Biden was appointed Vice President of the United States, he as a senator proposed a plan to divide Iraq into three regions. During recent years, Washington’s actions contributed to the deterioration of the situation in Iraq after the military intervention. And now, whilst implementing the plan for the country’s partition, Biden strongly justifies his project by the “escalation of the civil war” in Anbar province, the creation of armed formations of the “Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant” in central Iraq, and the ongoing conflict between Iraq’s central authorities and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) regarding their joint budget and oil exports. Read more here.