Mayhem in Mesopotamia

An image posted by militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) shows insurgents leading away captured Iraqi soldiers, who were later massacred.

What began in Syria during the spring of 2011 as a simple uprising by a few so-called rebels has blossomed into a brazen and bloody movement led by the Salafi cabal, housed in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey, to topple not just the Syrian regime, but also Iraq and Lebanon from the grip of the Rafadoon (a disparaging term Wahhabi & Salafi use for Shia Muslims) for once and forever.

The Master planner, Bandar Bin Sultan, a Saudi prince who has had held numerous important portfolios for his clannish kingdom, was specifically appointed to spearhead this project. The so-called rebels of Syria were quickly released from their duties, as Saudi created affiliates of Al-Qaida International, such as the Al-Nusra front, Ahrar ul Sham and a brand new Jihadi group, known as the Islamic State of Iraq & Sham (ISIS) founded by Saudi Arabia and its underlings in the Gulf States, to get on with the business of exterminating Shia and Sunni Muslims, as well as the Kurds, the Christians, and Druz populations from what they claim was a Salafi landscape. What ensued in Syria during the past three and a half years is all documented in the blood stained pages of history. Almost 160,000 people have lost their lives, and more than 3 million Syrian refugees are hovering on the borders of Lebanon, Iraq, and Jordan. However, Bashat al Assad is very much in control of all urban centers of his country, and is locked in for another seven years after securing a handsome election victory.
Bandar Bin Sultan, the Chief Architect of this gruesome plan, has kept his eyes on Iraq and Lebanon, and during the past few years has fomented numerous upheavals. Almost in the same time period as when he commenced the Syrian Campaign, Prince Bandar recruited Tariq al-Hasshemi, the then vice president of Iraq, Rafe al Essawi, the then Finance Minister of Iraq and Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, the former vice President under Saddam's Baath regime, and other Salafi tribal leaders to join him in toppling the Shia government of Nouri Kamal Maliki. Tariq al-Hashemi was assigned to organize "Death Squads" to maim and massacre both Shia and Sunni Muslims around Baghdad, Fallujah, Ramadi, Mosul, and other Shia enclaves; Rafe al-Essawi acted as his closest confidant. Izzat al-Douri was able to galvanize the Nakshbandi, a Sunni Sufi order that despises Shia even more than the Wahhabi & Salafi do. However. the masterplan started to show flaws in strategy and execution. Sensing the Syrian campaign's failure, the Salafi cabal got impatient. During the spring of 2013, even king Abdullah of Saudi Arabia was overheard enquiring Tariq al-Hashemi of how el- Maleki could still be the Prime Minister of Iraq after spending over 1.5 billion dollars to oust him. Also, Tariq al-Hashemi somehow lost his cover, as his personal bodyguards came forward to testify against him about his involvement with the "Death Squads". Rather than staying in Iraq and defending himself, he escaped immediately to Qatar. The Iraqi courts, after a lengthy trial, found him guilty and convicted him. Rafe al-Essawi was found to be involved in similar activities, and as of late, he is on the run after losing his job of Finance Minister.
According to Western intelligence agencies, Saudi Arabia, after the fall of Iraq's Baath regime, was found responsible for facilitating the infiltration of countless insurgents into Iraq to create chaos and confusion so as to ensure that the U.S. and U.K. would not empower the centuries old disenfranchised and persecuted population of Shia Muslims of Iraq. Mssers Ryan Crocker and Zalmay Khalilzad, the two former U.S. ambassadors to Iraq during that time (2006-2011) have documented disparaging, vindictive and vociferous accusations Saudi princes repeatedly levelled against Shia leadership of Iraq. This did not sit well with the U.S. government that had invested a trillion dollars and lost thousands of lives of its citizens so that Iraqis (Shia, Sunni & Kurd Muslims as well as Christians and Yazedis) could breathe freedom and enjoy civil liberties that were non-existent during the most repressive reign of Baath regime. They defended the Iraqi government, so the mischievous Kingdom of Saudi Arabia knowing that the Islamic Republic of Iran was not in the good books of the West, used Iran against Iraq. Iran's nuclear plants were becoming a huge irritant to the West, and the Saudi lobby went to work around the clock. The wicked Wahhabi cabal exploited the commonalities between Iran and Iraq, such as their close proximity and their shared values and heritage, which was enough to incite the West. Maliki was at once labeled as an Iranian stooge and the Arab world suddenly became infested with the ancient scrooge of Arab & Ajam mindset.

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