The political scene Saturday June 3, 2017
Baghdad / Sky Barr Q:
The newspaper "the Monitor" electronic US said that the United States is considering imposing sanctions on the leaders of "Mahleyat" belonging to Iran in Iraq.
The newspaper quoted these State "The state", on 17 May 2017 statement by senior diplomats of American taxpayers in the Middle East, Stuart Jones, as saying "the United States in the process of taking a comprehensive policy to address the armed groups of Iran in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen."
The correspondent of the Kuwaiti Al-Rai newspaper in Washington, had said in mid-May that the US president promised to Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed to work to approve sanctions against Tehran's allies involved in terrorism, including officials in the Iraqi and Lebanese governments.
According to the Monitor in its report published recently, that "naming Lebanon and Iraq in the context of the report were not a coincidence but a clear indication of the US interest in the Gulf of Iranian influence widespread in these countries, in Lebanon there are Hezbollah, and in Iraq, parties and armed factions known close relationship with Tehran , of which receive financial and political and practical support. "
The paper quoted the leader of the Christian crowd, Ryan Chaldean, that "factions of the popular crowd in Iran relationship is not a dependency relationship, as promoted by the Gulf states, but regional countries such as Turkey and the Gulf, which is considered the crowd a terrorist organization, put pressure on Washington, and lured with money in order to impose sanctions on the leaders of The popular crowd".
In this context, the United States is trying to cut off communication between the Iranian Shiite militias and determine its movement in small spots, and Western experts confirmed that the US raid on a convoy of Syrian forces on May 18 of the year 2017 reveal US military plans in the region. "
It is known that many of the leaders of the popular crowd accused by the Gulf states and among the US that they are linked to Iran and receiving support them, such as deputy chief of the popular crowd in Iraq, Abu Mahdi engineer and commander of the nujaba movement in Iraq, Akram al-Kaabi.
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