Like all good people of course I hate al-Qa’ida. Their ideas says that all people who aren’t Wahhabi (extremist Sunni type) should be killed. Being Sunni doesn’t matter, only a Wahhabi Sunni is good enough for them, otherwise they are allowed to kill you, so they think! Their actions all over the world are just for killing people, many of them. And of course in Iraq they have done very much damage, killing Iraqis and attacking holy sites.
In Iraq I think al-Qa’ida can already say their “Mission Accomplished” at least for a few years and I can tell you why. First we know al-Qa’ida has gone by many names and now they are part of this gang of whores called “Islamic State” of Iraq, which is a insult to Islam and also shows us that they really want to be a government and have a state in Iraq and everywhere else. So maybe they do not have a state in Iraq, although sometimes they control some areas. But to succeed in Iraq they have said they hate the Shi’a and want to kill them and they don’t only kill Shi’a themselves. They make sectarian hatred worse, causing more killings on both sides, Shi’ite and Sunni. Some Sunnis helped al-Qa’ida and that is true. Even now though some Sunnis are turning against them. Still, damage is a lot. The Shi’a have been massacred by al-Qa’ida and have a lot of hatred and frustration in them. The Sunnis who have suffered from Shi’ite striking back, which has killed innocent Sunnis and made them hate the Shi’a more. And you could see after the bombing by al-Qa’ida of the Askariya shrine in Samarra, one of the holiest Shi’ite sites, how Iraq exploded.
Here is my thought… If al-Qa’ida disappeared completely tomorrow from Iraq, the damage from them is all over the place and the effects of al-Qa’ida would unfortunately stick around for a long time. Everyone remembers the massive killings on both sides and the attacks on holy sites. Sectarian hatreds were made much worse by al-Qa’ida and that was their plan. So it will take a long time to make things better.
I have to blame al-Qa’ida first of course. Also I have to blame the people who supported them in Iraq, which means Ba’thists who thought they could work with al-Qa’ida to win back control. Also anyone who let them in their neighborhood and actively supported them, like I have talked about before (different from people who were just scared to work against them). And of course many of the Sunnis and Arabs all over the world who thought that it is “resistance” and of course they don’t give a damn how many Iraqis are killed by the “resistance” of this evil called al-Qa’ida. The Iraqis and foreign people who supported them before or now, bastards, who are more moved by hatred than anything. They are the garbage of Iraq and the world, like Saddam and his supporters.
Iraqis all need to unite against al-Qa’ida and maybe it is happening, more and more I think it is. But they also need to somehow get rid of the higher level of hatreds that al-Qa’ida brought into Iraq. It is one big problem and we know Iraq has so many more of them as well. Iraqis also need to deal with Saddam and Ba’thism, so much to deal with, maybe I will write about that soon. But how can it be done when it is just a struggle to stay alive for your average Iraqi in so many parts of the country?