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 British newspaper reveals secret meetings to establish a Sunni region and the role of Halbousi with American - Gulf - Israeli support

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(International: Al Furat News) A British newspaper has revealed a US-Gulf plan to establish a Sunni region in Iraq with the knowledge of Speaker of Parliament Mohamed Al-Halbousi.
"No one should be surprised when he learns that there is another alternative war being waged," proves he is bigger than Yemen, Libya and Syria, if the plans he described are successful, Bush and Blair's invasion is successful, "Middle East newspaper editor David Hurst said in a report. The year 2003 will be lackluster. The great game has moved to Iraq and a strong and proud country has once faced great risks. "
He added, "The following is taken from three high-ranking Iraqi sources familiar with the intelligence that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi received, the measures he took and the talks that took place."
Hurst pointed out that "the plot was nine months ago, when a group of Iraqi politicians and businessmen from the provinces of Anbar, Salahuddin and Nineveh were invited to the residence of the Saudi Ambassador to Jordan in Amman, and its host was the Saudi Minister for Gulf Affairs, Thamer Al Sabhan, representative of the Crown Prince Prince Muhammad bin Salman. "
"It is not known whether Muhammad al-Halbousi, the speaker of parliament with ties to both Iran and Saudi Arabia, attended the secret Amman conference, but it was said that he was informed in detail. On the agenda was a plan to push towards a Sunni autonomous region, similar to Iraqi Kurdistan. ".
And that "the plan is not new, but the idea that the United States has always played, and is fighting to keep Iraq in its sphere of influence, has found a new opportunity for life as Saudi Arabia and Iran compete for influence and domination," noting that "
"Under pressure, Washington has intensified its efforts to divide Iraq to counter Iranian influence, the western province of (Anbar) is largely desert, with a population of just over two million, as an autonomous region, it needs a workforce, and the meeting was told that This may come from Palestinian refugees, and therefore fits neatly with US President Donald Trump's so-called "deal of the century" plans to rid Israel of the Palestinian refugee problem.
He explained that "Anbar is almost entirely Sunni, but Salah al-Din and Nineveh are not. If the idea succeeds in Anbar, the other governorates that are dominated by Sunnis will be the next. The meeting ended with a strong agreement. However, it was not the only Iraqi and Saudi participants who listened. Jordanian intelligence was , And its strong secret police, an organization large enough to consider it a parallel government, less comfortable with what they were hearing. "
He pointed out that the Jordanians "were annoyed by Al-Sabhan for using the embassy in their country as a base to plan the movements in Iraq, where Jordan enjoys intimate relations with Baghdad, especially after Abdul-Mahdi began providing the kingdom with much-needed oil supplies."
He revealed that "in one way or another, the details of the meeting were leaked to the Iraqi Prime Minister," noting that "the relations between Abdul-Mahdi and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia were good at that time, and Muhammad bin Salman, the honorable Kaaba in Mecca, opened the visiting figures and chose them as mediator with Iran."
"The prime minister was annoyed with the private sector, but at the time he did not know how serious this project was and whether he was indeed supported by the crown prince. Shortly thereafter, Abdul-Mahdi raised the issue of Amman's meeting with the crown prince in Riyadh," the article author said. .
He added that Abdul-Mahdi "under his leadership of the ministers, sectarian tensions receded, he had withdrawn the Shiite paramilitary forces (the Popular Mobilization) from the centers of the Sunni towns and was proud of himself to make sure that the Sunnis were not illegally arrested by government forces, again, A plan has been put behind him that will fuel sectarian tensions and, in the long run, lead to the disintegration of his country. "
"When Abdul-Mahdi confronted him, Muhammad bin Salman lied, as he always does and told him that the plan was (nonsense) and that he would order his people to stop, but the meetings continued, however, after a few weeks, a larger meeting was held in Amman, this time, according to For my sources, an American and Israeli actor came. "
"The representative of the United States was not an outspoken supporter and only stayed for part of the meeting, i.e. an hour, but he told his Saudi counterpart: (If you can do that, we welcome him.) The recent tensions changed this equation, and now Washington is completely behind the plan."
He pointed out that "More importantly, an emissary from the United Arab Emirates was present at the second meeting in Amman, this was a way to show the current Iraqi representatives that the Anbar project file had been transferred from the Saudis to their Emirati allies, and also allowed the Saudi crown prince to claim that there is no relationship Him with the scheme. "
He continued, "The second meeting in Amman agreed to provide full support to Halbousi, the speaker of parliament, in his efforts to weaken the government and to raise the issue of the Sunnis who have disappeared constantly at government checkpoints, which is the subject of the investigation by the Iraqi Supreme Judicial Council, discussed ways to {refill} public opinion Sunni against the government of Baghdad, and the second meeting was leaked again to the government in Baghdad, which this time sent a senior security envoy to meet the Saudis. "
He revealed, "The confrontation took place behind the scenes in Paris, and an Iraqi government source told the Saudi side {the Iraqi government only then realized that the Saudis were serious and that they did not listen}.” We told them: “How much do you like it if we receive political activists from your eastern Shi’ite area in Baghdad and discuss with them ways The Declaration of Independence from Riyadh? ".
"The Iraqi protests proved in vain, as a third meeting was held in Dubai, the list of people who attended was published widely, this time, Al-Halbousi was present, along with members of the Sunni parliament in Iraq, a TV leader and a party leader, and although Al-Halbousi has publicly denied that plans to establish a Sunni area have been discussed or agreed upon, as others in the same group have begun to cover up.
One of the most outspoken of this group, Deputy Al-Anbar Province, Faisal al-Issawi, said that "practical steps" had begun towards forming an autonomous governorate similar to the Kurdistan Region of Iraq in the north of the province.
Al-Issawi said in a press statement that the idea of ​​establishing a Sunni autonomous region is inspired by the success achieved by Kurdistan.
"The regions are a constitutional development and most countries in the world depend on them to distribute power and reduce the burden on the center," he said.
An official at Abdul-Mahdi's office did not confirm or deny the talks.
Meanwhile, Al-Halbousi has publicly denied that the Iraqi partition plans have been discussed or agreed upon.
And Hurst notes that "although this scheme has gained strength in recent weeks, it precedes the assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani and the missile crisis with Iran, but Tehran has responded strongly to this recently."
He explained that "as soon as Tehran learned that the Emiratis seized the file to promote a Sunni autonomous region in western and northern Iraq, it became clear in the days after Soleimani's killing that American bases on the Emirati lands would be considered legitimate targets."
"What I have said does not reduce or reduce the strong internal forces present in Iraq and the maneuvers about choosing the next Iraqi government and the prime minister. Political forces in Iraq should not be described as pawns on the chess boards of their neighbors, as Tehran knows about their cost, but the two secret meetings," he said. The two held in Amman and the publicly recognized meeting in Dubai, bear witness to the determination of the Saudi Crown Prince to rule and control the region, whatever the results.
He noted, "As we have already seen in Yemen, the collapse of the state is not necessarily an unexpected result of the military campaign that erred, it could be one of the goals, this future king will rule, whatever the cost and the middle of the rubble, if necessary, if he made his way in Anbar, it will be Iraq is just one of its devastated states. "




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