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    Petraeus' policy : Iraq's parliament is full of deputies who were prisoners to us

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    Post by Rocky Sat 27 Oct 2018, 3:33 am

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    Former CIA director David Petraeus said the current Iraqi parliament includes people who were in jail during his term as US commander after 2007.
    Petraeus, a former commander of US forces in Iraq, said during his participation in the Manama Dialogue Forum that "weapons in Iraq are not currently under state control and this is a matter of stopping."
    "There are people in the Iraqi parliament who were in prison when he was commander of US forces in Iraq," he said, "which is suspicious and disturbing."
    On the other hand, Petraeus noted that "the sanctions expected on Iran in early November will be different," stressing that "the current US administration does not appear to make concessions to Iran as the previous administration, and that companies choose between the United States and Iran."
    He stressed the need to "stop Iran's nuclear activities" and stop its support for what he called "terrorist militias", noting that "Tehran increased its interference in the region."



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    Post by Lobo Sat 27 Oct 2018, 12:41 pm

    Thanks Rocky, this article highlights the difference in attitudes as to who is a "good guy" vs. a "bad guy" in Iraq from western attitudes - different cultures and mindsets are interesting to follow as in Europe and Asia, there definitely is a cultural shift.

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