Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Iran, Shi’a and Kurds

I am not sure what I will write. Maybe that it is hot or that I am not smoking much anymore. Politics is the same except now in the south of Iraq you see politicians are being killed, probably by the Sadr people with help from Iran. The people being killed have been from SIIC, and SIIC also is close with Iran. This shows one thing, that Iran really does not care about any Iraqi lives, Shi’ite, Sunni, anything, it does not matter. Iraq is a game to Iran and every other neighbor (the stinking Arabs and also Turks). Iran cares about Iranian regime, that is all! They do not care how many Iraqis will die.

One visitor named doubting thomas 65 said when will Shi’a and Kurds kill each other? I will write about this. So before the biggest Shi’ite religious leader was Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Mohsen al-Hakim. When he was the leader of the Shi’a he said that the Shi’a should not kill Kurdish people (and most Kurds are Sunnis). This was after Sunni leaders said that Kurds should be killed. After the statement of Sayyid Mohsen al-Hakim, a group of Kurds from north of Iraq went to visit him in the holy city of Karbala to show support, and many Iraqis did not fight the Kurds because of the proclamation of Sayyid Mohsen al-Hakim. So the wise religious leaders did not want to kill Kurds and the Kurds also were supporting of the religious leaders. Now years ago you see how the son of Sayyid Mohsen al-Hakim and Kurdish leaders work together to fight Saddam and are now in government together after Saddam.

Recent past though other Shi’a fought Kurds because Moqtada put men in some mixed areas like Kirkuk to fight Kurds. It is no surprise that Moqtada is making problems because he did this since 2003 until now. He never decides if he is in government or against the government, or together with Sunnis or wants to kill Sunnis (like his men did many times).

Some Kurds live in Baghdad and some of them are Shi'ite. But everyone wants to leave Baghdad, of course. I think the Kurds want to make an independent country. Anyway, their land is like an independent country now.


chamblee54 said...

The more I read about Iraq,the more confused I get.

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