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    Can the Iraqi government maintain neutrality after factional statements about readiness to participa Empty Can the Iraqi government maintain neutrality after factional statements about readiness to participa

    Post by Rocky Mon 24 Jun 2024, 6:53 am

    [size=38]Can the Iraqi government maintain neutrality after factional statements about readiness to participate in the war with Hezbollah?[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: The “Master of Martyrs” Brigades’ confirmation of the participation of Iraqi factions in any war between the Lebanese Hezbollah and Israel raises many questions about the repercussions of this escalation on Iraq, especially since the Iraqi government has not issued a clear official statement about its position on this escalation yet.
    However, the government is expected to try to maintain a neutral stance to avoid dragging Iraq into a regional conflict that may further complicate the security and political situation in the country.
    But some political parties and forces, especially those linked to armed factions, support participation in the conflict as part of the axis of resistance. While other parties may oppose this trend, considering that the priority should be the stability of Iraq and not getting involved in external conflicts.
    The situation is still ambiguous and requires further clarification from official authorities and political parties in Iraq.
    In light of the current conditions in Iraq, the announcement by some Iraqi armed factions of their willingness to participate in the fighting alongside the Lebanese Hezbollah against Israel raises great concern among Iraqi citizens.
    This concern stems from several factors, most notably the deteriorating internal situation in Iraq, where citizens suffer from a severe shortage of electricity and basic services, which increases their feelings of frustration and tension.
    The statements of the Iraqi factions come at a very sensitive time, as Iraq faces major internal challenges related to infrastructure and public services.
    The Iraqi citizen, who suffers from constant power outages and a lack of health and educational services, finds himself facing a complex political scene that increases the complexity of his daily life, and such statements increase citizens’ concerns about the country’s stability and its ability to deal with internal crises.
    On the other hand, these statements raise questions about the Iraqi government’s position on these movements, as the government finds itself in a difficult position, as it must balance internal and external pressures. On the one hand, there is pressure from the armed factions that have great influence in the Iraqi political arena, and on the other hand, there are international and regional pressures related to relations with neighboring countries and the stability of the region.
    The Iraqi government, led by Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, faces a major challenge in how to deal with these statements.
    The Sudanese and his government are required to take a clear and frank position regarding these movements, in order to avoid escalation of internal and external tensions. The Iraqi government may find itself forced to take firm measures to control armed factions and prevent them from engaging in external conflicts that may lead to destabilizing the country.
    The “Sayyid al-Shuhada” Brigades, one of the most prominent Iraqi armed factions, confirmed on Sunday that the Iraqi resistance factions would enter into any war that broke out between the Lebanese Hezbollah and Israel.
    The Phalange’s spokesman, Kazem al-Fartusi, said, “The ongoing war in Gaza, as well as in Lebanon, between Hezbollah and the Zionist entity, is a war of one axis, and Iraq is part of this axis,” adding, “We in the Iraqi factions are part of this war, and we are entering this war.” Indeed, we do not need to enter into it, as we are part of it.”
    He stated, “The Iraqi factions are working to target the Zionist entity on an almost daily basis, and on multiple occasions, and we are with Palestine in its war and with Hezbollah in its war.”
    Al-Fartusi stressed that “if the government of the usurping entity commits any madness with Hezbollah in Lebanon, there will be a large cemetery for this entity, and everyone will participate in burying it there.”
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