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After the collapse of its economy .. Will Iran abandon its forces in Iraq?

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Post by rocky on Fri 28 Sep 2018, 11:42 am

After the collapse of its economy .. Will Iran abandon its forces in Iraq?
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Iranian President Hassan Rowhani delivered a speech during a press conference on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York with messages that could mean that Iran would abandon its militias in Iraq and could halt its expansionary activities after the impact of US economic sanctions.
Rowhani said in a brief interview quoted by various media that Iran "does not take responsibility for the actions of its supporters outside its borders."
This statement raised different reactions among the Iraqi observers, who considered that Rowhani's statements confirm that the American pressure and sanctions are reaping results, and that in the coming days, the Iraqi militias will find themselves alone in the arena without any support, among other views that the spiritual talk may be " A threatening message encircled by the burning of the region. "
Some 53 Iraqi militias, notably the Badr Organization, the Hezbollah Brigades, Asaib Ahl al-Haq, the Martyrs Brigades and other militias, receive direct support from Iran to carry out Iran's expansionist plans and destabilize Arab countries, as in Iraq Syria, Yemen and Lebanon, according to political analysts. 
"A spiritual talk coincided with the collapse of the Iranian economy following the implementation of US sanctions, which could prompt Tehran to gradually give up military aid to a hub and base of its power in the Mediterranean, the Lebanese Hezbollah, which represents the most prominent Iranian force in the region," he said.
Al-Janabi pointed out that "the events in the province of Basra proved that the Iraqis have become aware of all the tricks of the Iranian regime, which raises the slogan of defending religion and doctrine," citing the talk of Assistant Iranian Foreign Minister Amir Abdullah, who said in an interview to Iranian media that " Military assistance, but what it offers is to preserve its national security. "
The price of the Iranian weapon 
Abdullahi said in an interview with the agency "A." Iran, "any military assistance provided by the Iranian Ministry of Defense in the fight against terrorism and the war against a supporter of Iraq, in return has been received in foreign currency," stressing that this "assistance" Not as free as some might imagine.

"As in the case of military exports, the export of electricity has also been paid for in foreign currency," he said. "It is unreasonable to provide these services in the form of grants, because Iraq has a great economic structure, and it is a country that has a large reserve of oil reserves "He said.
Warning of the return of a preacher 
, warned security expert Mohammed Jawdat that the interview Rohani may contain threats to "burn the region" in case of continued US pressure on it, pointing out that the militias loyal to Iran "may do anything and even hit US interests in Iraq ", In order to ease the pressure on Iran.

He pointed out that "the loose weapon and outside the administration of the state in Iraq is a threat to the community peace and has a negative impact on security stability, and may be fertile ground for the return of a supporter."
The US administration had previously warned Iran that its response would be harsh if its interests in Iraq were hit by Iraqi militias loyal to it.


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