Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Did the Iraqi PM advise Mahdi Army leaders to hide in Iran, leaked letter

Many of you by now have heard that Muqtada al-Sadr fled to Iran because he was afraid of US forces.






However, new evidence has just come to light by a Kurdish website that proves that Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, in fact advised Muqtada al-Sadr to flee from Iraq to Iran in order to avoid US forces, while also admitting that al-Sadr is in cahoots with Iran's Revolutionary Guards.

This certainly looks like al-Maliki is not being honest. You can't help but wonder whether he is an Iranian agent...

Al-Maliki, in his letter states, “The current situation requires to keep the leaders of the Mahdi Army, who are affiliated to the organisation of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, away from the front line.”

Is our democratic ally, al-Maliki, working officially against the US on behalf of Iran?

4 comments:

Garduneh Mehr said...

"Ba Dorood-e Irani bar Serendip-e gerami",

I didn't know you had your own blog.
But I'm very glad I found it.
I especially loved your article on the connection between the Kerry camp and the TAAZI agent Susan Akbarpour.
I'm going to circulate the info amongst my American friends.

"Paak zee Serendip"
"Mehr afzoon!"

Rosemary said...

Yes. I believe he is our enemy, and now it appears I am correct. He never got rid of the 'militias' because he wants them there to protect him. I am aware that the ME is a smoke screen, but I also know there are some great people there (or came from there).

I can name a few. (One of them writes here. :) )

Bardia said...

Dear serendip, wherever you see the Mahdi's name or islamic system you must be aware that there's a untrustable environment that is stablished on superstitions. but in concerning this man, he just wants to save himself from Mahdi Army which is more dangerous than we can imagin. I've already been with these mindless people who never are trustable, and you can't consider the way of their imagination.

SERENDIP said...

Garduneh Mehr: I'm glad you found me and thank you for visiting my blog. I'll be looking forward to your visits and your always insightful feedback.

Rosemary: I never trusted al-maliki. In fact, I don't trust any Shia who is associated with the SCRI or the Dawa party, which means the Iraqi government. It pains me to say this but we are fooling ourselves if we think the Iraqi gov't is going to be a pro-Us and democratic government committed to improving the lives of all Iraqis. The al-Maliki government is as sectarian as it can get. They will slaughter all the Sunnis whenever we withdraw the troops; just look at how the Iranians treat their Sunni population in Khuzestan.

Barida Jan: That's a very good point. The name in and of itself speaks volume. It's always good to see you here.