Syria and Al-Qaeda strain Iraq security
Members of the Asayisa, the Kurdish Police, are seen at a check point in the town of Deriq, Syria, a Kurdish area near the border with Iraq, Saturday, March 2, 2013.
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#1 Mar 5, 2013
The article highlights the fact that the Andar Province is the centre of the problem.
Why can't these Wahhab Cultists accept a Political scenario with a democratic agenda.
Simply stated it's because their foundation of unity has never been a populist movement. And it never will be.
As soon as coercion is wavered their association falters and crashes.
Egyptians voted for their Brotherhood candidates under the threat of anarchy similar to Libya only without the petrodollars
to keep things running.
The Brotherhood and the Cultists are more or less the Same. They can't provide anything other than ad-normal behaviour because as the article alludes: they are very much insane.
Anbar will gather more terrorists for the present feeding off Syrian misfortune.
But it will soon end and the Andar Awakening will surface stronger and more determined to strike the murdering vipers down.
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