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“No Second Israel” – Iraqi Vice President slams Kurdish separatism

Iraq, Syria, Iran and Turkey are all totally opposed to Kurdish separatism throughout the region.

Iraq’s Vice Prsident Nouri Maliki who has increasingly strong ties to both Moscow and Tehran, has just reaffirmed his nation’s opposition to Kurdish separatism.

Maliki stated,

“We will not allow the establishment of another Israel in northern Iraq”.

Here, the Iraqi Vice President referenced the fact that Israel is the only country in the region and the wider world to un-ambiguously  support Kurdish separatism. The United States, while working closely with Kurdish militants in Syria and having a long history of supporting Kurdish separatists in Iraq, has attempted to quill the issue so as not to lose what decreasing support it has in Baghdad.

Turkey, Iran and Syria are also roundly opposed to regional Kurdish separatism in any one country for fear that it may create a domino effect across the wider region.

Self-defined Kurdish regions of Northern Iraq are set to hold a separatism referendum on the 25th of September.

In spite of both Russia and the US encouraging a postponement of the referendum in order to foster dialogue between Baghdad and Kurdish nationalists, Kurdish rebels have confirmed that they intend to go through with their referendum.

Recently, the Kurdish nationalists have held large rallies in support of a vote for separatism.

The Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has previously warned that Kurdish separatists are “playing with fire” if they proceed with the vote.

READ MORE: Israel could regret its support for Kurds 

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samo war

all worlld is mosad crazy manual ?

Helen4Yemen
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Helen4Yemen

…….ODED YINON’S plan to break up the Arab countries. Written in 1982…… 1- The Arab world is too fractured to pose a threat to the Jews in Palestine The Arab Moslem world, therefore, is not the major strategic problem which we shall face in the Eighties, despite the fact that it carries the main threat against Israel, due to its growing military might. This world, with its ethnic minorities, its factions and internal crises, which is astonishingly self-destructive, as we can see in Lebanon, in non-Arab Iran and now also in Syria, is unable to deal successfully with its fundamental… Read more »

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11- Iran is composed of Sunni, Shia Alawis, Sunni Kurds, it faces Ethnic and religious tension, Half of Iran’s population is comprised of a Persian speaking group and the other half of an ethnically Turkish group. Turkey’s population comprises a Turkish Sunni Moslem majority, some 50%, and two large minorities, 12 million Shi’ite Alawis and 6 million Sunni Kurds. 12- Afghanistan: 33% Shia, 67% Sunni In Afghanistan there are 5 million Shi’ites who constitute one third of the population. 13- Pakistan: 15 million Shia (1982 figures) In Sunni Pakistan there are 15 million Shi’ites who endanger the existence of that… Read more »

Helen4Yemen
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Helen4Yemen

21- How to break up Iraq along ethnic/religious lines Iraq, rich in oil on the one hand and internally torn on the other, is guaranteed as a candidate for Israel’s targets. Its dissolution is even more important for us than that of Syria. Iraq is stronger than Syria. In the short run it is Iraqi power which constitutes the greatest threat to Israel. An Iraqi-Iranian war will tear Iraq apart and cause its downfall at home even before it is able to organize a struggle on a wide front against us. Every kind of inter-Arab confrontation will assist us in… Read more »

Guy
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Guy

Thank you for the information on the ODED YINON plan.
This is the way it is done with them.Devide and conquer /spread chaos /disorder etc.

JNDillard
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JNDillard

This is a good thing. This vote will hasten the integration of Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria, in turn hastening the deconstruction of Kurdish attempts to appropriate to themselves lands of Iraq and Syria recognized by the United Nations. The consequence will not only be a further diminishment of Israel’s influence in the Middle East, but it will force the US to either back the Kurds and lose Iraqi and Turkish alliances, or to give up on both Kurds and Israel. In other words, the US is in a lose-lose situation here, and it only remains to be seen how… Read more »

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