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Revealed the British newspaper The Guardian on Friday, about "a group telegrams of secret U.S. dating back to 2009, talking about Iraq's relationship with its neighbors," and promised to Saudi Arabia as "the biggest challenge and the problem is more complex for Iraq," and attributed the cause to "Saudi money and hostile attitudes of the Shiites and concerns strengthen Iran's influence Regional across Iraq's Shiite government, "and showed that Saudi Arabia was" sponsoring sectarian incitement and allow elders issued fatwas enticing to kill Shiites. "
Said former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Christopher Hill, set in telegrams confidential letter sent to the U.S. State Department, and published in the newspaper (The Guardian) British, and briefed them (range Press), said that "Saudi Arabia and not Iran poses the biggest challenge and the problem is more complex in relation to the Iraqi politicians who are trying to the formation of a stable government and independent, "and attributed the cause to" Saudi money and anti-Shia attitudes and concerns that the Shiite-led Iraq enhances the regional influence of Iran. "
And Hill said in his message dated 24 September 2009, which is dealing with Iraq's relations with neighboring countries, the main Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Syria and Turkey, that "some and not everyone believes that Saudi Arabia is seeking to enhance Sunni influence and weaken the control of the Shiite and the promotion of the government is weak and divided," he continued, "efforts parliamentary hand-driven design and clear focus on the weak government led by Shiite separate from its Arab neighbors and U.S. security outside the structural and strategically dependent on Iran and the United States has no interest in any of the options. "
He pointed out that "Iraqi officials believe that relations with Saudi Arabia, one of the most problems complicated as they are keen usually not to criticize harshly in front of U.S. officials because of our relationship with the document Saudis," noting that they "assert allow the Saudi leadership periodically to Saudi clerics pouring out their anger on the Shiites" , stressing that "reinforces Iraq's theory that the Wahhabi Saudi state sponsored sectarian incitement."
And went on a former U.S. ambassador said, "He looked Saudis traditional look to Iraq as a barrier controlled by Sunnis against the spread Shiite political influence of Iran," Abizaid that "in the wake of the bombings in the Shiite-dominated throughout Iraq in June, which led to dozens of deaths occur Maliki publicly for a statement in this regard to a Saudi imam in May, "and explained that" al-Maliki said, I've noticed that many governments have been suspiciously silent on the fatwa that instigated the killing of Shiites. "
He pointed out that "We have told us Advisor National Security Council described Sheikh short time ago that Saudi influence in Iraq is important and perhaps more important now than Iranian influence due to the financial resources and the media behave and preoccupation with Iran, its problems internal," and that "the adviser Prime Minister Sadiq al-Rikabi stressed Saudis oppose a strong government under the leadership of the Iraqi National Alliance. "
He Hill in his message that "the press articles attributed to intelligence sources reported that Saudi Arabia are hard Gulf to destabilize the Maliki government and financed attacks al-Qaeda present in Iraq," he continued, "as ratios article to a member of parliament, Haider al-Abadi, a political ally of Maliki as saying that the neighbors Gulf Arab intend to destabilize Iraq, "stressing that" the highest level sources pointed out these intentions. "
He was Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki pregnancy, in (2 August 2013), states did not identify the responsibility of that seen in the country of bombings and disorders security, and between the setbacks of recent security in the country does not live up to the "collapse", warning neighboring countries "damage" in Iraq and the region that "the role is coming" on them.
The U.S. Vice President Joe Biden feet, in (5 August 2013), "sympathy" for Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to many casualties because of recent bombings that has gripped Iraq, as he emphasized that al-Qaida still represents the "common enemy of both countries."
And experiencing the capital Baghdad unprecedented security measures where security forces are implementing a raid and search operations in crowded areas of Baghdad on the back of the receipt of information indicating that there is car bombs intended to detonate insurgents in those areas.
The United Nations in Iraq revealed that the 1057 Iraqi was killed and 2326 wounded during acts of terrorism and violence in the month of July, noting that the number of civilian deaths reached 928 and injuring 2109, while 129 were killed a security element and injuring more than 217 others.
A source at the Interior Ministry said in, (21 July 2013), that several mortar shells fell on Abu Ghraib prison west of Baghdad, (that evening), followed by the outbreak of clashes between the special force came to the prison after the fall of shells and gunmen attacked while approaching the building prison, also landed a number of mortar shells near Taji prison (Pisces), followed by the explosion of several explosive devices on the road leading to the prison, "noting that" unidentified gunmen attacked after elements of the protection of the prison which led to the outbreak of violent clashes between the two sides.
The Iraqi List, accused on Wednesday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to "failure" in running the security file, and while confirming that the security agencies infiltrated by "terrorism and militias," after he turned into a "sword hanging on the necks of Iraqis," pointed out that the judicial coronary and Abu Ghraib were subjected to collective punishment after the escape of prisoners.
A security source early detection, last Monday (22 July 2013), the number of inmates escaped from the Abu Ghraib prison after the attack, it amounted to more than 600 runaway, the source expected rise in armed attacks during the next term because the fugitives "of the most dangerous terrorists", he drew that a large number of the victims were killed from both sides.
The Ministry of Justice announced on Monday, too, that the death toll from the attacks on prisons Taji and Abu Ghraib, amounted to 68 dead and wounded, but pointed out that about nine Antharin and three car bombs used in the attacks on the prisons as well as they faced the shelling of more than 100 mortar rounds, noting to the formation of committees to achieve the attacks and conduct a census to make sure no prisoners escape.
It is noteworthy that the incidence of violence in Baghdad has seen since, the beginning of February 2013, a rise steadily, as stated the United Nations Mission in Iraq, in the first of June 2013, the month of May last year, was the deadliest after the killing and injury of 3442 Iraqi operations of violence in different parts of the country and confirmed it "very sad" to such a large number, called upon the Iraqi political leaders to "act" urgently to "stop the bloodshed unbearable, while Baghdad has seen, on June 24, 2013, killing and wounding 188 people series blasts hit different areas of the capital.
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