Monday, August 16, 2010

Sadr City district of Baghdad, by The U.S. Army

Reportedly, Israel would like to balkanize Iraq into several countries. (false flag terrorism in Iraq ... )

Hence the violence. (11 killed in a day as Baghdad rocked by increase in violence)

On 15 August 2010, we read in The Observer (Obama's exit strategy from Iraq under threat once again):

"Throughout this most brutal of summers (where the daytime temperature in Baghdad has rarely been below 48C), Iraqis have been getting by with around four hours per day of electricity (usually too weak to run more than one air conditioner).

"Even more concerning is the creeping return of terror; almost daily assassinations, a spike in bombings and rocket fire...

"The much-vaunted 31 August combat withdrawal deadline is largely about symbolism and emotional detachment from a war that Obama reluctantly inherited.

"There will still be six US brigades and 94 bases."

In 1982, Oded Yinon, an Israeli journalist with links to the Israeli Foreign Ministry wrote an article for a publication of the World Zionist Organization in which he outlined a "strategy for Israel in the 1980s."

In this article, he stated, "The dissolution of Syria and Iraq into ethnically or religiously unique areas such as in Lebanon is Israel’s primary target on the Eastern front."


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