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    Senior Sunni leader Athil al-Nujaifi on Thursday ruled out an armed conflict between the United States and Iran in Iraq and if it happens, it will be in some areas and will not include the entire country.

    "The delegations that have recently been brought to Iraq by heads of state, foreign ministers, international military commanders and senior officers, can not be expected to be traditional or to prepare a thing for the future," Nujaifi told The Twilight News.

    "We believe that these delegations came to Iraq in order to determine their location and how the Iraqi government will deal with them within the expected conflict between America and Iran, and this conflict is coming, and Iraq will be the land of this conflict."

    Nujaifi said that "the conflict did not start as a military conflict, and will start as a political conflict in which the United States tries not to make Iraq a bargaining chip with Iran.

    "We have to calculate that each party will have a group of agents who may create crises and raise the community and mobilize the street against this side or that, so we are eager to have a political conflict, and may be armed conflict in some areas between agents Iran and US agents. "

    Nujaifi stressed that "the Iraqi state and the Iraqi people need unity of position and national dialogue to determine these positions and not to enter Iraq in the spiral of this conflict, the lack of unified positions opens the door and door to this conflict on Iraqi territory."

    A study by the International Crisis Group predicted that Iraq could bear the brunt of the crisis if tensions between Iran and the United States escalated.

    The group, which looks into ways to prevent war, said it had interviewed officials around the world, including in Iran, to prepare a comprehensive report on the situation after Washington withdrew from the agreement on Iran's nuclear program signed by Tehran and the major powers in 2015.

     President Donald Trump has pulled the United States out of the deal and boosted economic pressure to isolate Iran, although Europeans still support the deal negotiated under former President Barack Obama.

    The International Crisis Group said Iran was likely to continue to comply with the deal, seeing itself as behaving morally and capable of waiting for what would happen next year.

    But the study said Tehran's calculations could change if its oil exports, which hit 3.8 million barrels in 2017, fell to less than 700,000 bpd, a level that could lead to excessive inflation and intensify domestic protests that the government seems to be able to date. To deal with.

    But if Iran decides to take revenge on the United States, the report sees Tehran as finding its best option to recruit its Middle East agents, a path that may be ambiguous enough to avoid a strong European reaction.

    The report quoted a senior Iranian national security official as saying that the likely theater for this is Iraq, where militias belonging to the Shiite majority have close ties to Tehran.

    "Iraq is where we have the experience, the ability to deny and the ability to strike the United States without reaching the threshold that can lead to a direct response," the official was quoted as saying.

    Iran is also heavily involved in Syria and Lebanon, but the situation there is fragile and Tehran may lose its gains, the official said.

    The official added that Iran has limited mobility in Afghanistan, while escalating support for Houthi rebels in Yemen would hurt Saudi Arabia, its regional rival, more than the United States.


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