Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Islamic Shia countries pitted against gulf Sunni states.

Hidden Agenda in Iraq

...ISIS or ISET Islamic rule over Iraq and Syria name adopted by Jihads movement now fighting in Iraq stems from the Ancient Greek Goddess ISIS worshipped as the ideal mother and wife as well as the patroness of nature and magic. She was the friend of the down trodden, as the devoted mother of Horus the hawk-headed god of war and protection. War and protection clubbed together makes the benevolent part of the ISIS now engaged in Jihad. ISIS are an Al Qaeda splinter group who have disowned them albeit are now barreling only 40 miles from the Iraqi capital. Iraq is recruiting volunteers by the thousands. "Mosul, Tal Afar, Falluja, wherever, by God's will we will be ready to defend any location," said 23-year-old Ahmed ready to fight'. ISIS fighters on the other hand plead that they were marginalized by prime minister Nuri al Maliki who is under pressure from the West to resign. The militants' rapid advance and the total collapse of Iraq's security forces in the face of their assault in Mosul and a number of other smaller cities and towns have rocked al-Maliki's government. While the aim of ISIS is to establish an Islamic state that stretches from Iraq to northern Syria, where it has had significant success in battling Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces, it has made al-Maliki's removal from power part of its campaign.

USA sacrificed many thousands of American lives and spent billions on Iraq for oil and political influence and securing its own interests in the region. Obama administration is unwilling to own up to the disaster their 2003 invasion brought with consequences for the whole region. 2013 witnessed the disaster of extreme violence in Iraq prompted by covert agencies as Shia Sunni divide. ISIS given a meaning is understood as more a militia and a rogue territory with its own infrastructure, a guerilla army similar to Boko Haram that spawned in failed African states. Al-Qaeda on the other hand ever since 9/11 is construed as terrorists by the West. ISIS differs as an entirely separate body and has an appeal for educated Muslim youth.

Why is the West making this turbulence in international relations, creating divisions and exhorting schisms and only making rest of the world weak and vulnerable so they can exploit them and satisfy their own aims and objectives in this bipolar world of the East and the West? They repent when their own failings come to light. The former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair who was the architect of invasion on Iraq came out with a statement that "bad systems of politics mixed with abuse of religion" was the root of all the problems in Middle East. One message so stark to him and the West must be to leave the world alone to find their remedies , their own manner of seeking deliverance and their salvage. I believe if they abandon aggressive politics, keep their hands off Middle East , their oil resources and politics, their own way of life, the world will be a better place to live.

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