It is certain that the Zionists want to manipulate events in Iraq to their own advantage. The United States and other Western powers are also pursuing their interests in Iraq. Sometimes, when their aims converge, these countries work together, although each has its own goals.
Iraq was always one of the more educated Arab nations, and Baghdad was historically a cultural center. A strong, stable, and united Iraq would benefit the Arab world and the entire Islamic world. This is why the enemies of Islam are trying to sow the seeds of discord in the country. If the three main groups, the Shia Arabs, the Sunni Arabs, and the Kurds, become divided or seek to break up Iraq and create three separate mini-states, it would seriously set back the efforts of pan-
Islamists who are trying to unite the Islamic world and would benefit the imperialist powers, which are still following the strategy of divide and rule.
The U.S.-led occupation forces claim they are trying to quell the insurgency, yet their actions prove otherwise. The Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal and the indiscriminate use of excessive force against civilians, most notably in Falluja, are probably not accidents. U.S. troops even killed an Italian intelligence agent and wounded an Italian journalist earlier this month.
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