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Trump’s ‘J-boy’ in Iraq to save Daesh

If my son-in-law cannot bring peace in the Middle East – no one else can do it,” said Donald Trump in January 2017. Well, if you ever thought Trump is not an idiot, his above statement should wake you from your slumber.

On April 3, the ‘J-boy behind Donald Trump’s throne, Jared Kushner who funds illegal Jew settlements in the West Bank landed in Baghdad to evaluate American air strikes success in saving US-Israel created Daesh by killing thousands of Iraqi civilians by mistake.

Kushner was accompanied by Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, who wants to bomb every country that may pose a threat to the Zionist entity in the future. Dunford’s first foreign visit after assuming country’s highest military post, was to Israel.

Earlier, Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi, an Iranian ally, met Donald Trump at the White House on March 24, 2017. “I want to thank you very much for being here, great respect for you.  I know you’re working very hard, and General Mattis and General McMaster and Rex Tillerson have all been telling me that you’re doing a job – it’s not an easy job, it’s a very tough job,” Trump told the Iraqi during the meeting.

I hope Haider al-Abadi doesn’t fall for Trump-Israel Honey trap. He should listen to Muqtada al-Sadr who knows American trap better than any Iraqi leader.

The American Jewish-controlled media is full of Fake News that Kushner is in Iraq to assure Iraqi leaders that Trump administration is committed to fighting Daesh terrorists in Iraq  – and is interested to rebuild the country after destroying it for Israel since the 1990s.

Trump’s invitation to Iraqi leader and Kushner’s visit to Baghdad are parts of White House strategy to outs the Islamic Republic from Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Bahrain, and Yemen from their growing influence which would certainly boost Palestinians’ struggle to recapture their ancestral land stolen by alien Zionist Jews.

So far, US-Israel military strategy against Iran has failed in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Lebanon. However, Iran and its allies will remain victims of Trump’s pro-Israel geopolitical game. He can use them to punish Russia and China two major nuclear power which have common strategic interests with Tehran. A Shi’ite majority Iran will be a useful tool to provoke or cajole traditional US allies like the Zionist entity and Sunni majority Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and various British colonialists’ created Arab Sheikhdoms into taking positions favored by anti-Muslim Trump.


Muqtada Sadr wants all US citizen expelled from Iraq

2211Al-Sadr21[1]On Sunday, Muqtada al-Sadr, prominent Shi’ite cleric and former leader of Iraq’s military resistance against US Occupation Force led by disgraced Gen. David Petraeus – has called the expulsion of all American citizens from Iraq in retaliation to Donald Trump’s ban on Muslims from Iraq and six other Muslim countries.

It would be arrogance for you to enter freely Iraq and other countries while barring them the entrance to your country – and therefore you should get your nationals out,” Sadr said in a statement.

On Monday, Iraqi government asked Washington to reconsider the travel ban on its citizens – taking a more diplomatic line than Iraqi parliament which demanded the government to retaliate against US soldiers and citizens.

Muqtada al-Sadr is the most feared Iraqi leader by the Zionazi mafia. For example, anti-Muslim Israeli-pig, Daniel Pipes’ The Middle East Quarterly warned Washington in 2004: Muqtada al-Sadr is the greatest threat to Iraq’s stability.

On May 16, 2008, Greg Bruno at Zionist think tank CFR described Muqtada al-Sadr,”He is a young, fiercely anti-American messianic cleric and the head of Mahdi Army, a militia that has fought against US forces and their allies“. YEP – an Army without F16s, tanks, helicopters and nuclear tip bullets.

On April 24, 2016, Zach Abels at the Jewish The National Interest splashed the headline: Muqtada al-Sadr: From Rabid Warlord to Gandhi.

On May 13, 2016, Jewish Al-Monitor called Muqdata al-Sadr, The Most Powerful man in Iraqi politics.

On May 20, 2016, Michael Weiss called Muqtada al-Sad: Donald Trump of Iraq, at The Daily Beast.

On July 18, 2016, Bill Riggio, the Zionist Jew managing director of the FDD’s Long War Journal shouted: US Troops are a target for us, says Iraq’s Muqtada al-Sadr.

On October 19, 2016, Israel Lobby, WINEP, carried the headline: Beware of Muqtada al-Sadr.

On January 24, 2017, Middle East Eye (Editor David Hearst) warned Trump and Netanyahu that if the US embassy is moved to Jerusalem, Mahdi Army would support Hizbullah and Hamas against the Zionist entity.

On December 20, 2010, the Jewish Time magazine said that Muqtada al-Sadr is the most popular Iraqi nationalist leader who doesn’t take orders from Tehran.

Muqtada al-Sadr follows his father Mohammed Sadiq al-Sadr’s (martyred by Saddam Hussein) nationalist and religious thinking. Sadiq was opposed to foreign interference in Iraq, whether it came from the US or Iran. He called for Sunni and Shia unity. He would often begin his sermons with the refrain: No, no to America; no, no, to Israel; no, no to the Devil.

In December 2016, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei advised Iraqi religious leaders during a meeting in Tehran – never trust American leaders.

Jewish-Zionist plans for war against Iraq had been in place for years. In mid-1996, a policy paper prepared for then-Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu outlined a grand strategy for Israel in the Middle East. Entitled “A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm,” it was written under the auspices of an Israeli think tank, the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies. Specifically, it called for an “effort that can focus on removing Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq, an important Israeli strategic objective in its own right. The authors of “A Clean Break” included Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, and David Wurmser, three influential Jews who later held high-level positions in the Bush administration, 2001-2004. The role played by Bush administration officials who are associated with two major pro-Zionist neoconservative research centers has come under scrutiny from The Nation, the influential public affairs weekly. The author, Jason Vest, examined the close links between the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) and the Center for Security Policy (CSP), detailing the ties between these groups and various politicians, arms merchants, military men, wealthy pro-Israel American Jews, and Republican presidential administrations (here).

Iraqi forces burn Israel’s poppy fields

1331334065_iraq-flag2On Wednesday Iraqi security forces burned a 16 thousands square meter of field planted with opium poppies by ISIS gangs near Sharqat district in Salahuddin province.

ISIS which was created by the Zionist regime in 1990 (watch video below) is the main customer of ISIS opium poppy.

According to Iraqi media sources, the US-Saudi Arabia-Israel-Turkey funded and protected terrorist group extracts heroin from the crops in laboratories of Mosul University which has been under ISIS control since the middle of 2014.

The media has also claimed that the poppy cultivation is supervised by Afghan nationals who worked at the US-NATO poppy fields in Afghanistan.

The opium poppy plant is used to extract different kinds of drugs including opium, heroin and morphine.

The plant that appears in different colors such as white, yellow, orange, red or pink grows cold regions where summer is short and blooms for a few days.

Afghanistan is famous for the cultivation of opium poppies. Around 93% of opium production in the world market originated in Afghanistan before Taliban rule in early 1990s.

America invaded and occupied Afghanistan in late 2001 after Taliban banned cultivation of poppy in 2000 as result the West was receiving only 17% of world poppy from Afghanistan.

The Clintons have always been number one enemy of Iraq and Iran in the US, on par with the neocons and the Israel lobby. When it comes to Iran, there are few politicians, if any, more hawkish than the two,” says professor Muhammad Sahimi (University of Southern California in Los Angeles).

Ex-CIA official on Iraq’s future

Muqtada-al-Sadr[1]On May 24, 2016, ex-CIA official Graham E. Fuller posted an article on his personal blog, entitled, Glimmers of a Future in Iraq?. In the article, the writer paints Iraqi Shi’ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, whose fighters inflicted a humiliating defeat on US forces led by Zioconservatives’ hero Gen. David Petraeus in Fallujah as a moderate, national, and anti-Iran Iraqi Shi’ite leader.

The Shi’a have not handled the post-Saddam situation well. As the numerical majority, the Shi’a quickly moved to ensure their electoral dominance over the political order after Saddam Hussein and have sidelined the once-ruling Sunnis from a major voice in governance. Worse, Shi’ite militias have behaved harshly against Sunni communities in an effort to reduce Sunni power and even to avenge the past. This very Shi’ite heavy-handedness is one reason why some Iraqi Sunnis have lent support to the Islamic State with its militantly anti-Shi’ite policies,” Fuller said.

Some key elements of the Shi’ite clergy are often more enlightened that their political counterparts. The impassioned young cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, bane of the U.S. occupation, is back yet again. Often mercurial, he also has a huge loyal following including a militia; his power and reputation rest particularly upon the impeccable clerical and nationalist credentials of his famed clerical father and uncle – both murdered by Saddam,” Muller adds.

Muqtada has regularly demonstrated streaks of broader Iraqi nationalism even within his sectarian power base. He has spoken for all of Iraq against the U.S. occupation; he believes in a united Iraq and not just a Shi’ite Iraq. Lately he has made remarks critical of Iran, a country that has often offered him refuge in the past and has supported him with funding and weapons,” says Muller.

I agrees with Muller so far. But then Muller spills his ‘Zionist beans’: “But Muqtada is his own man, and he is making it clear that Iraq, while grateful to Iran for all its help over the years, cannot let Iran run Iraq; Iraq must be independent and sovereign.”

So I ran a check and found Muller’s very interesting background involving his association with pro-Israel RAND Corporation, authoring several books on Islam, Middle East and Pakistan. He even muzzled Turkish journalists over telling that CIA and Mossad pulled the 9/11. Graham Fuller is also on FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds’ list of National Security State criminals who are known to be criminals by the FBI, but are being protected under the State Secrets Privilege.

On May 28, 2013, American academic Kevin Barrett, PhD, wrote: “During my three-week tour of Turkey in 2011, I learned another interesting fact about Fuller: he led the CIA’s 9/11 cover-up in Turkey. By September 12th, 2001, most of the leading international-affairs journalists in Turkey knew or suspected that the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon had been an inside job. But few wrote about their suspicions. Why not? Because Fuller had threatened them, and they feared for their lives.”

In April 2013, Jewish investigative journalist, film-maker and author Daniel Hopsicker claimed that uncle of Chechen Tsarnaev brothers’ (framed in Boston Bombing), Ruslan Tsarni, was married the daughter of CIA operative Graham Fuller.

Al-Sadr: Iraqi Gandhi leads new revolution

18973_238261343442_238124533442_334[1]The leader of Iraqi armed resistance against US occupation, Muqtada al-Sadr, who destroyed Zionist poodle Gen. David Petraeus plan to turn Iraq into a US-Israel colony, has now been declared Iraqi Gandhi by Zach Abels at The National Interest on April 24, 2016. The news website The National Interest is chaired by no other than Zionist Jew war criminal Dr. Henry Kissinger, former US secretary of state.

Muqtada al-Sadr’s family has a long history of national resistance against foreign occupiers. Al-Sadr family lead the Great Iraqi Revolt against British colonists in the 1920s. Later the family lead Shi’ite revolt against Saddam Hussein in 1991 and 1999. Several of Muqtada al-Sadr’s relatives were killed by Saddam Hussein’s secret service. He refused to join any of regimes installed by the US during 2003-2011 occupation.

Muqtada, 42, is against co-operating with the United States in the regional conflicts. In 2014 he urged Iraqi prime minister Haider Abadi not to join the US-lead coalition of absurd to fight ISIS, created by the US and Israel.

Contrary to western propaganda, Muqtada and other Iraqi Shi’ite religious leaders were not influenced by Iranian Islamic revolution while they lived in Iran in exile. In reality Iraqi Arab Shi’ite scholars like Ayatollah Mohsen Al Hakim, Ayatollah Abu al-Qasim al-Khoei, and Ayatollah Baqir al-Sadr teachings left great marks on Imam Khomeini during his 13-year exile in Najaf (Iraq). Their writings along with lectures by Egyptian reformer Sayyid Qutb were translated into Persian language and used as revolutionary literature against Reza Shah rule.

On April 30, during a news conference in Najaf, Muqtada al-Sadr condemned prime minister Haider Abadi government for creating religious sectarianism, corruption and lawlessness. He demanded Abadi to farm a new government consisting of technocrats. Muqtada al-Sadr is against the 2003 US-authored religious quota-based Iraqi Constitution that favors Shi’ite majority (65%) over Sunni and Christian minorities. Haider Abadi was chosen by Washington to replace Nouri al-Maliki, who fell from Washington grace for inflicting heavy losses to ISIS.

“US war on ISIS has nothing to do with the saving the lives of Christians, Kurds and Yazdis. It all boils down to a regime change in Baghdad by scaring the hell out of Iraqi lawmakers. Prime Minister al-Nouri’s forces were defeating the ISIS rebels in the area which are strategically important to the US and Israel,” Pepi Escobar says in Op-Edge at RT on August 12, 2014.

On May 1, thousands of al-Sadr’s supporters flooded the US-built fortified Green Zone housing Iraqi parliament, government offices and the US embassy to voice al-Sadr’s demands.

On May 3, Dan Sanchez, posted an article highlighting Muqtada al-Sadr leadership behind Iraq’s recent Green Zone Revolution and why the American establishment hate him.

Over the years, Sadr’s tactics have evolved: from armed resistance to working within the political system, and now to street protests. The masters of the universe in Washington bewail the anti-corruption demonstrations as “destabilizing.” Yet they have no qualms about themselves funneling billions of dollars through NGOs into similar protests around the world to foment “color coded revolutions” against regimes it disfavors. Among many others, there was the Rose Revolution in Georgia, the Orange Revolution in Ukraine, and the Green Revolution in Iran. Apparently the ‘Green Zone Revolution’ underway in Iraq is a shade of green that Washington doesn’t fancy,” says Sanchez.

Gen. Dempsey: ‘ISIS is defeated in Iraq’

Netanyahu+as+child+murderer[1]On Wednesday, America’s top gun, Gen. Martin Dempsey, informed the members of AIPAC-controlled US Senate that Iranian trained Iraqi militia has helped the US-trained Iraqi forces to force ISIS out of most of Iraq. Dempsey lamented that ISIS is no match to Iraqi Shi’ite militia, Popular Mobilization Forces, mostly trained by Iranian officers.

Dempsey said the US is confident the Iraqi forces supported by Shi’ite militia will defeat ISIS in Tikrit, the hometown of Ba’athist leader Saddam Hussein, an old western ally against the Islamic regime in Tehran. The US and its ME allies funded and armed Iraqi Ba’athist army to wage an 8-year war against Iran in the 1980s.

Last year during his visit to Israel, Gen Dempsey said that Israel was the main beneficiary of Arab Spring.

Dempsey, who was joined at the hearing by Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and Secretary of State John Kerry, a Crypto Jew, said Iranian involvement could be a problem and listed substantial concerns about Iran’s many activities in the region.

Dempsey’s confession scared the hell out of the US lawmakers who celebrated Netanyahu’s speech full of lies about Iran early this month.

Iraqi invasion and occupation was concieved in Tel Aviv and push by Jew Neocons. cost $1.7 trillion with an additional $490 billion in benefits owed to war veterans, expenses that could grow to more than $6 trillion over the next four decades counting interest, a study released in March 2013 said.

The war has killed at least 134,000 Iraqi civilians and may have contributed to the deaths of as many as four times that number, according to the Costs of War Project by the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University.

Professor James Petras, political analyst and author commented on Netanyahu’s speech, saying: “We know that Netanyahu’s speeches are full of lies about everything that he talks about, whether it’s about Israel’s policies toward the Palestinians, which Israel has been involved in multiple assaults and almost daily killings of Palestinians for peaceful protests, to his claims that Iran is a belligerent country when Iran has not engaged in any offensive war in over 200 years, to posing Iran as a nuclear threat when there are no nuclear weapons in Iran and over 200 nuclear bombs in Israel.”

The western colonial powers are very scared of emerging Shia power in the Arab world. It was the Shia leadership in Iraq, Lebanon, Bahrain, Syria and Yemen who have been putting armed resistance against the colonial powers since WW I to this day while most Sunni communities in those countries collaborated with the western colonists. No wonder the Jewish Holocaust is remembered in every western nation but a much bigger Arab Holocaust never bothered the West’s Judeo-Christian conscience.

American Jewish writer Stephen Lendman wrote about West’s anti-Muslim war through propaganda lies and Israeli false flag operations in 2006 as follows:

Witness the many Western countries that now have draconian immigration laws principally aimed at people of color and Muslims behind the facade of a fraudulent “war on terror” and supposed border protection. And witness the current furor and backlash from the “cartoons” published in Denmark and other countries portraying a blasphemous image of the Prophet Mohammed. Imagine the response in the West if a similar portrayal of Christ (or better Holocaust)appeared in a Muslim publication.

These images in print are just another part of the propaganda war on Islam used to justify the real thing in Iraq and Afghanistan and maybe soon in Iran and Syria. Call this episode “cartoon war.” It’s a glaring example of how the Western corporate media promote their governments’ racist campaign to degrade Muslims, portray them as inferior, label them terrorists, hope to stir up violence to prove it, give cover to Israeli oppression, and sell wars.

Israel as well has a long history of demonizing Muslims. They likely wrote the modern book on it. And they use it to justify “removing” anyone considered a threat to their authority and dominance. Recent examples include regular targeted assassinations (and willingness to commit them in other countries including the U.S.) and the fraudulent conviction on trumped up charges of Marwan Barghouti, the Palestinian leader who was imprisoned for life by the Israelis for the crime of being an influential freedom fighter. Barghouti, however, is still alive. Most often Israel prefers a sentence of elimination or targeted assassination. It’s much simpler when they can say “case closed” forever. Israel does it all the time with impunity and no condemnation by the world community of nations for these continued cold-blooded murders.

Influential Muslims or even some of their key supporters or defenders seen as a threat to the West don’t fare much better outside Israel. It’s never been easy for them, but since 9/11 the gloves have come off and the persecution has become fearsome and relentless. In the U.S., the number of those harassed, detained, imprisoned or deported runs into the thousands. No one outside the government knows exactly how many have been affected.


Saudi FM: Iran is taking over Iraq

KerryInSaudi[1]After boycotting Benjamin Netanyahu’s latest anti-Iran rant at the United States Knesset, the US secretary of state paid a friendly visit to Riyadh to urge the Saudi ‘royals’ and the Gulf Sheikhs not to take Netanyahu’s whining against a possible US-Iran nuclear deal seriously.

John Kerry met Prince Saud al-Faisal, Kingdom’s foreign minister for the last 40 years before meeting Suadi King Salman. Saud al-Faisal told Kerry that Riyadh doesn’t have problem with Iran’s nuclear program as long as it’s carried out under strict IAEA watch. However, he did mention his concern about Iran’s growing influence in the region particularly in Saudi Arabia’s neighboring Iraq. He warned Kerry that Iran is taking over Iraq through its aid in the fight against ISIS.

What worries Saudis most is that Iranian aid is showing its results. On March 7, 2015, Iraqi special forces claimed that they have captured several ISIL’s foreign military advisors, including American, Israeli and Arab nationals in an operation in Mosul in the Northern parts of the country.

Both Saudi Arabia and Israel along with the US and its western and regional allies funded Saddam Hussein’s 8-year unprovoked war on the Islamic Republic of Iran during the 1980s. After Saddam Hussein failed to topple the newly established Islamic regime in Tehran – he demanded that his backers let Iraq share Kuwait’s oil wealth. Kuwait was one of Iraqi province before WW I. When his demand was ignored, Saddam Hussein cancelled $30 billion debt that Iraq owed to Kuwait ‘royals’ and sent 100,000 Iraqi forces to occupy the tiny sheikhdom in July 1990.

The US army invaded Iraq in 1991 and “liberated” Kuwait, but left Saddam Hussein in power to help Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak in countering Iran’s export of its Islamic Revolution. That didn’t fit into Israeli agenda for the Middle East. Israel and Saudi Arabia helped George Bush administration to pull the 9/11 terrorist attacks and blamed Saddam Hussein for the tragedy. It resulted in the second invasion and direct occupation of Iraq on the eve of Jewish Purim 2003, which continued until December 2011. During this period, Israelis were able to murder thousands of Iraqi Shia leaders, academic, nuclear scientists and even American soldiers.

An independent Kurdish state is a matter of great importance to its people. However from Prime Minister Netanyahu’s perspective, such an event would accelerate the disintegration of the present Iraqi state. Since the 2003 US invasion, Iraq is already a much weaker power in the region. Further partition would result in at least three mini-states – Kurdish, and possibly Sunni and Shiite, triggered by a sharpening divide between them. The process may set in motion further balkanisation of Iraq, creating an Afghanistan, Syria or Libya type situation. In the Israeli prime minister’s calculations, that scenario would enhance Israel’s status as the regional superpower. It would give Israel a carte blanche to intervene. But is it going to make Israel more secure?,” said Deepak Tripathi, an Indian-British political writer, in November 2014.

Last month, John Kerry in order to defend US-Iran negotiations, spilled another truth by mistake. He said Netanyahu was “wrong” to oppose preliminary US-Iran deal and criticized Netanyahu for his 2003 advise to invade Iraq.

If you take out Saddam’s regime, I guarantee you that it will have enormous positive reverberations on the region. The task and the great opportunity and challenge is not merely to effect the ouster of the regime, but also to transform the region,” Kerry reminded Netanyahu of his statement.

In order to calm-down Saudi-Israeli nerves from exploding, Kerry told his Saudi hosts that the campaign to retake Tikrit is “Iraqi-designed, Iraqi-led”. But admitted that it’s Iranian General Suleimani led Iraqi Shia militias which have defeated ISIS armed thugs. “But the United States has been assured by Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi that the Iraqis are in charge and are coordinating the campaign with local tribal leaders. Everybody has known that there are some movements of Iranian forces, both in and out of the northern part of Iraq, who have been engaged with the fighting from the very beginning. But it is not coordinated. We are not coordinating with them,” Kerry said.

With the exception of the Shia Islamic doctrine, there is not much in common between majority of Iranian and Iraqi Shias. Iraqis are Arabs while Iranian are Aryan. Most Iranian Shia religious leaders including Imam Khomeini and Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s current Spiritual Leader, don’t differentiate between the ritual and political Islam, while Iraqi Shia leaders do. However, Iraq has always been a part of Iranian Shia faith because the country’s large numbers of Shia religious places.

Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, former president of Iran, has been the most popular Iranian leader among Iraqi political leaders and the Iraq’s 60% Shia majority. During his March 2008 landmark official visit to Baghdad, Ahmadinejad was showered with praise by both president Jalal Talabani, a Sunni Kurd and prime minister Nouri al-Maliki. Ahmadinejad drove in Baghdad streets in an open motorcade without military protection and personal bodyguards which US president George Bush couldn’t dare during his visit to US Fortress Green Zone in Baghdad earlier.