Should the U.S. Fight the Shiite War Against Sunni Muslims in Iraq?

 Iraq crisis: Baghdad requests US air strikes against Sunni …

Petraeus doesn’t think so:

“This cannot be the United States being the air force for Shia militias”

Petraeus said: “This cannot be the United States being the air force for Shia militias, or a Shia on Sunni Arab fight.” He is half-right. If the U.S. did intervene, it would indeed be acting as the air force for Shia militias, and for the weak Shia regime in Baghdad.

USeful idiots welcome:

Sunni Shiites United Against Jews

‘Noble Iraqis”

 al-Jazeera Sunni says U.S. “cannot do a thing. Noble Iraqis view the Americans as less than worthless.”

SafariScreenSnapz118Iraq’s Maliki: I won’t quit as condition of US strikes against Isis militants—As senators say Iraqi PM’s sectarian leadership must end, Maliki calls upon west to give urgent air and intelligence support

Rouhani: Iran will protect Shia shrines in Iraq

 by Hugh Fitzgerald

It was only the invasion by the American troops that rescued the Shi’a of Iraq from Saddam Hussein’s relentless and ruthless campaign against them. That invasion was made by men who listened to people they thought were “Iraqi exiles” but who were, to a man and woman, Shiite Iraqi exiles — Ahmad Chalabi, Kanan Makiya (a “cultural Muslim” who claimed to be a freethinker), Rend Al-Rahim Franke, and others. It may still not have dawned on many of the people involved that they were snookered by Shi’a to get rid of Saddam Hussein and, with him, Sunni rule. And now a new administration is wiling to send advisers to help the Iraqi government — which it may not understand is, now under Maliki and under any conceivable successor to Maliki chosen through election — really an Iraqi Shi’a government, to defend Shi’a interests by helping against ISIS.

Does that make the Shi’a grateful to the Americans? Doesn’t look that way. See here.

Two English Citizens Post Holiday Snaps Of Their Having Fun In Iraq 




In Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei and other clerics keep warning about  those who would divide Sunnis and Shia. The Iranians, and other Shia, call them “takfiris” and keep hoping that they don’t, won’t, can’t possibly represent more than a handful of wild-eyed uber-Sunnis. But  Sunnis have been at the throats of the Shi’a for a long time. They kill them in Pakistan. They attack them in Yemen. They deprive them of full political participation in Kuwait. They suppress them in Bahrain. They subjugate them, and carry on campaigns against them in the media, in Saudi Arabia. They once dismissed them as a despised minority, and now fear them, as a possible majority, in Lebanon. The hatred of Sunnis for Shi’a has not been encouraged by the Americans, the Israelis, the British, the French. And these Kuffar are incapable of whipping up such sentiments. In fact, the Americans spent much of their time in Iraq trying to keep the two groups from fighting, tried to keep the Iraqi state from merely being a pawn for Shi’a interests as it had been under Saddam for Sunnni ones, and in Afghanistan, they stopped the Sunni Taliban from continuing to kill the Shi’a Hazara.

And all you have to do is spend some time looking at all the anti-Shia propaganda, produced and up-loaded by Shi’a, to understand the depths of this hatred. As with the posting at the top of this page.

3 thoughts on “Should the U.S. Fight the Shiite War Against Sunni Muslims in Iraq?”

  1. Sunni Shiites United Against Jews
    Iran resumes financial assistance to Hamas– My brother against my brother, and both of us against the Jews…

    With reference from Dr. Peter Hammond’s book:
    Slavery, Terrorism and Islam:
    **The Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat**

    ‘Before I was nine I had learned the basic canon of Arab life ….
    • It was me against my brother;
    • me and my brother against our father;
    • my family against my cousins and the clan;
    • the clan against the tribe;

    -(Muhammadans really have to be stopped here – earlier if they are gonna blow up the earth)-

    • the tribe against the world, and
    • all of us against the infidel. — Leon Uris, ‘The Haj’

  2. nooooooooooooooooooo, let them find their own way…..
    We ‘infidels’ must stay on the side and ‘watch’ ! 🙂

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