Attacks Across Iraq Kill at Least 20 People

We spent billions installing a government in Baghdad that was supposed to serve the people of Iraq, and instead we’ve allowed a government to form that serves the government of Iran. With the oppression of Sunnis in the west getting worse, expect more attacks from AQ militants as the iranian backed regime acts like Iran and tries to kill off its problems, instead of fixing them.

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Really Russia, Really?

Iran deal removes need for U.S. missile shield, Russia says…

Dearest Russia,

That shield costs millions of dollars in developmental costs alone.  It was designed to prevent the destruction of civilized society at the hands of a crazy, totalitarian, communist state.  So why would we give that up after ONE DECENT ROUND OF TALKS with the Mullahs? Get a grip, you have Mullah Problems of your own to deal with.

Best,

The Mullah Problem Staff

Link Below:

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2013/12/19/uk-russia-poland-missiles-idUKBRE9BI0TZ20131219

Is Iran set to lash out at Saudi Arabia?

Wonderful Day for some posting eh? Iran claiming peace and goodwill due to ONE agreement! It would be comical, if you ignore the fact that Iranian backed and funded terrorists will be causing more violence, and the whole concept of violence begets violence and so on and so forth. We’ll have to see what the outcome is, but we would rather have a conventional regional conflict NOW, than a NUCLEAR one LATER.

Global Public Square

By David Schenker, Special to CNN

Editor’s note: David Schenker is director of the Program on Arab Politics at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. The views expressed are his own.

The November 19 double-suicide bombings of the Iranian embassy in Beirut may have looked shocking in the headlines – they killed 23 people. But they also should not have come as a surprise.

Since 2011, Tehran has earned its karma in Lebanon. The attack, whose victims included an Iranian diplomat, was likely payback for the Shiite theocracy’s unwavering support for the Bashar al-Assad regime’s brutal repression of the largely Sunni uprising in Syria. Aided by Iranian troops, weapons and its Lebanese Shiite proxy militia Hezbollah, over the past three years, al-Assad’s government has killed nearly 130,000 mostly Sunni Syrians.

The real question is what comes now – and I expect a surge in regional violence. Paradoxically, the…

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U.S. and U.K. Cut Military Aid to Syria Revels

Wonderful. Cut the non-lethal aid that is keeping people alive, cut the aid that’s allowing real FREEDOM FIGHTERS to be bandaged, cut the KEVLAR that is stopping bullets of the Assad regime. Great idea guys, funny thing is THIS WOULD BE OVER IF NOT FOR IRANIAN INTERFERENCE. Those foolish Mullahs have doomed the Syrians to what appears to be unending conflict, when all the Syrian people wanted, was the right to chose their own leaders.

World

The United States and the U.K. have suspended supplies of non-lethal military aid to rebels in northern Syria, citing concerns that the equipment could end up in the hands of al-Qaeda-linked fighters, officials said Wednesday.

An American official told the Associated Press that the U.S. would stop providing supplies like night vision goggles and communications equipment, after ultraconservative opposition fighters seized a base from the more moderate, Western-backed groups amid ongoing infighting.

The suspension does not affect humanitarian aid, and the U.S. will continue to supply rebels in the south of Syria with non-lethal aid via Jordan.

The infighting among rebel groups in Syria’s northern region has threatened to unravel the battle against President Bashar Assad and has alienated Western supporters wary of supplying Islamists fighters. On Friday, the Islamic Front — a rebel alliance of groups that seek an Islamic state but insist they are not linked to al-Qaeda…

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Boycotting a Great Man-RIP Nelson Mandela

Boycotting a Great Man-RIP Nelson Mandela

So Nelson Mandela, political activist, rebel fighter, prisoner, and eventual great leader passed away last week.  It was a sad moment for much of Africa and the world as he was a great man willing to admit his faults, and willing to try and change his world.  

RIP Mr. President

Now on the other hand you have the Iranians, who instead of celebrating such a magnificent leader only are concerned that Mandela’s funeral will be a “trap” meeting between President’s Rouhani and Obama.  

I’m confused, I thought all Iran desired was peace, and if they boycott the funeral of a man who struggled for it, what does that say about their greater intentions?