By Marty Salo
Supposedly, Iran has already infiltrated Iraq's government and institutions.
This should not surprise anyone, they are neighbors after all.
The fact that Iran wants to destabilize Iraq and export its own revolution to other countries is troubling.
Perhaps, more troubling seems to be the fact that the current congressional occupants doing the people's business have no stomach for conflict.
Given the displays of courage on the Capital Mall recently, how can one find fault with taking the path of least resistance?
So, do we as a whole care about the future of the middle east? Do we wash our hands oof the affair and claim that we cannot win, so we will not try?
Do we care what happens to global oil supply if we leave the region?
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Iranian Expert Says that Iran Has Infiltrated the Iraqi Government and
Its National Assembly
Posted by jmc1969
On 01/30/2007 11:17:51 AM PST * 8 replies * 228+ views
PRNewswire ^ | January 30 2007
Alireza Jafarzadeh, an expert on Iran and the man responsible for
breaking the news in August 2002 about Iran's nuclear weapons program,
says he has detailed information showing that "agents on Tehran's
payroll involved in violence and death squads hold prominent positions
in the Iraqi government and National Assembly." Jafarzadeh, a leading
authority on Iran, its political position, its government, and policies,
indicated that these efforts by Iran to place its agents in the Iraqi
government form a part of Tehran's larger plan to export its revolution,
and that Tehran will do almost anything to destabilize Iraq. He also