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Iraq protests influenced by someone suspicious?

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Kaya

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What outside influence? 

Trump is reading Dua Al Jawashan for Iraq in the Whitehouse and tweeting 'Alghawth alghawth'

Bin Salman is doing nonstop Taraweeh at the Kaaba praying for Basra's port to reopen and Iraq's economy not to collapse 

Netanyahu's praying at the wall asking for Iraqi unity and prosperity 

Qasim Sulaimani is at the Iraqi border (on the Iranian side) passing rose petals to his Iraqi militias to sprinkle over the protestors to spread love and peace

What suspicious outside influence? 

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4 minutes ago, ali_fatheroforphans said:

I know for a fact that those who blame it on Iran are being absurd. The enemies want to divide us, why can't we get it in our heads.

Agreed.

I bet Israel & Saudi will try their best to support some Sunni puppet (like they did with Saddam) to gain power in Iraq. 

I really really hope that things will not degenerate to the point where it is illegal to go to Arbaeen again as it was before. Shias forget how much progress has been achieved in Iraq...

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Seems interesting that these countries are reporting so much about the protests, and in an anti-Iran way:

Israel (The Jerusalem Post): https://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Irans-Soleimani-haunts-Iraqi-protests-606989

Saudi Arabia (Arab News): https://www.arabnews.com/node/1579351/middle-east

US (Financial Times): https://www.ft.com/content/607d3030-fcca-11e9-98fd-4d6c20050229

Of course there are thousands of other news reports from them too, but this is just as a brief example...

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9 minutes ago, Kaya said:

really really hope that things will not degenerate to the point where it is illegal to go to Arbaeen again as it was before

Yeah to me it can't be a coincidence like the timing too. 

Honestly the media will never show the generosity of Iraqis to all Shias during the Arbaeen peace walk. They'll only show some people attacking the Iranian consulate smh. It's just pure tactics, divide Shias and cause hatred.

Just like Muslim blamed the Jews for everything. The world blames Iran for everything.

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Lies. Corruption is the reason for the protest. How about Iranians and others mind their own business and not worry about how we run our country. 

US Government is the one who brought these fake Shi'as to power anyway. And it already confirmed it supports this pathetic Government in the face of the protests. 

"The timing" "The place" whatever, none of your concern. 

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@Sumerian @2Timeless Okay, let's say the Iranians go behind their borders and leave Iraq.

Is there a possibility that Israel, Saudi are planning to do something with Iraq once it is weaker alone? Maybe somethings similar to what was done with Saddam, ISIS, etc, so that the Shias will be oppressed again? Is this a possibility from your perspective? 

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Just now, Kaya said:

@Sumerian @2Timeless Okay, let's say the Iranians go behind their borders and leave Iraq.

Is there a possibility that Israel, Saudi are planning to do something with Iraq once it is weaker alone? Maybe somethings similar to what was done with Saddam, ISIS, etc, so that the Shias will be oppressed again? Is this a possibility from your perspective? 

No it is not a possibility because Saddam and ISIS do not believe in the same thing as the protesters. Saddam was an Arab nationalist and ISIS are extremist Salafis/Wahabis. The protesters are not. They're regular people and most of them are Shi'a, the Sunnis haven't even protested because their cities are destroyed and they live in tents. All the protests are taking in places like Karbala, Najaf, Maysan etc.. they're like 90% Shi'a.

Even Hawza students and preachers are taking part of the protest and Sayyed Al-Sistani has called the protesters demands legitimate. There is no Israel, no Saudi, no UAE, no US, no China, no Russia, no thing involved.

 

Saudi Arabia doesn't have the ability to move a million Shi'a to the streets lol

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4 minutes ago, Sumerian said:

Is this also one of the threads that should be locked? Seems to be the part of the same discussion going in the, "Iraq protests" thread no? @Reza

 

brother he clearly referenced Sheikh Azhar Nasser's statement. Why can't we simply discuss the matter at hand than getting all emotional. It's not a war, so please take a chill pill.

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1 hour ago, Kaya said:

Agreed.

I bet Israel & Saudi will try their best to support some Sunni puppet (like they did with Saddam) to gain power in Iraq. 

I really really hope that things will not degenerate to the point where it is illegal to go to Arbaeen again as it was before. Shias forget how much progress has been achieved in Iraq...

:salam:

They actually manage to put some Shia puppets in their pockets at some time. Not a Sunni Shia issue.

19 minutes ago, Sumerian said:

Lies. Corruption is the reason for the protest. How about Iranians and others mind their own business and not worry about how we run our country. 

Nooo. Not again...

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30 minutes ago, ali_fatheroforphans said:

brother he clearly referenced Sheikh Azhar Nasser's statement. Why can't we simply discuss the matter at hand than getting all emotional. It's not a war, so please take a chill pill.

Im pointing out for the staff. They closed the other thread for the same reason. No one is emotional, but some people are hysterical and are addicted to conspiracy theories.

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5 hours ago, Kaya said:

I bet Israel & Saudi will try their best to support some Sunni puppet 

Whether it be 'Sunni' backed puppet or a 'Shia' backed puppet; Iraqis are sick and tired of all puppets and they want them out. Full stop. 

The sooner everyone realises this, the sooner this Fitna will be over.

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5 hours ago, Sumerian said:

Is this also one of the threads that should be locked? Seems to be the part of the same discussion going in the, "Iraq protests" thread no? @Reza

 

No, because so far the angle of the discussion and venting is noticably different ---even in tone.

Besides, the "lraq Protests" thread is dominated by news reports and other info.

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Iraq received a lot of democracy and freedom from 'Murica as well as the obligatory precaution puppet regime. I can bet Iraq's oil is all under Murican control as well as anything else they could pillage and appropriate. It was thoroughly destroyed in the process I can imagine. This has gone on for two decades. Now is definitely the time for Iraqis to take control of their country and remove the puppet regime as a start.

As for Iraqi expatriates I am taking their 'facts' with grains of salt. Lets face it. Most expatriates always know very little about their country of origin's current affairs.

 

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On 11/6/2019 at 10:28 AM, Sumerian said:

Even Hawza students and preachers are taking part of the protest and Sayyed Al-Sistani has called the protesters demands legitimate. There is no Israel, no Saudi, no UAE, no US, no China, no Russia, no thing involved.

Ayatollah Sistani calls for reforms in Iraq, warns that foreign sides trying to exploit protests

https://en.abna24.com/news//ayatollah-Sistani-calls-for-reforms-in-Iraq-warns-that-foreign-sides-trying-to-exploit-protests_986586.html

November 8, 2019 - 5:31 PM News Code : 986586 Source : AlmanarLink: 

Ayatollah Sistani calls for reforms in Iraq, warns that foreign sides trying to exploit protests

 

Iraq’s top Shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali al-Sistani on Friday urged the politicians in Iraq have a chance to implement reforms, but warned against exploiting the protests by foreign and local powers.


In Friday sermon, the official representative of Ayatollah Sistani, Sheikh Abdul-Mahdi Al-Karbalai said that “the political powers in Iraq have a unique chance to meet the demands of the Iraqi people according to a roadmap that should be implemented in a limited time in a bid to put an end to corruption”.

In this context, Sheikh Karbalai warned that the delay in meeting the demands of the Iraqi people “risks the country.”

On the other hand, Sheikh Karbalai stressed that the Iraqi people “should not forget the favor of the armed forces along with all those who fought Daesh Takfiri group.”

In this context, Sayyed Sistani’s representative warned that some foreign and local sides are exploiting the protests in Iraq, stressing that the protests should abide by peacefulness.

“Peaceful demonstrating is a right but no one can oblige others to take part in protests,” Sheikh Karbalai said on behalf of Sayyed Sistani.

Iran-Iraq bonds unshakable: Minister

https://en.abna24.com/news//Iran-Iraq-bonds-unshakable-minister_986503.html

November 7, 2019 - 5:55 PM News Code : 986503 Source : IRNALink: 

Iran-Iraq bonds unshakable: Minister

 

Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Abbas Salehi said on Thursday that Iran and Iraq enjoy longstanding relations so that the foes are unable to break the strong bonds.

The high-ranking official added that over three million Iranian pilgrims took part in Arbaeen rally in Iraq this year.

He said that the ceremony was indicative of the strong religious affinities between the two nations.

The enemies are seeking to divide the Muslim countries while friendship among them is deep-rooted and unbreakable, the minister underscored.

Iran's Shamkhani: Like Daesh scenario, new US plot for Iraq will face defeat

https://en.abna24.com/news//irans-shamkhani-like-daesh-scenario-new-us-plot-for-Iraq-will-face-defeat_986497.html

November 7, 2019 - 4:31 PM News Code : 986497 Source : Press TVLink: 

Iran's Shamkhani: Like Daesh scenario, new US plot for Iraq will face defeat

 

Iran’s top security official has denounced plots hatched by the US and its regional partners for the Middle Eastern countries, saying the new “scenario” for Iraq will fail like that of the Daesh terror group.

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