Iraqi death hints of Iran's role in S...

Iraqi death hints of Iran's role in Syrian crisis

There are 6 comments on the SFGate story from May 7, 2013, titled Iraqi death hints of Iran's role in Syrian crisis. In it, SFGate reports that:

Family members of Diaa Mutashar al-Issawi carry his coffin during his funeral in Basra, Iraq's second-largest city, 340 miles southeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, May 6, 2013.

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Carlos

New York, NY

#1 May 7, 2013
These Iranians really want Iraq as an enemy as well? Sigh...they really need to improve their diplomacy a little.
Falcon

UK

#2 May 7, 2013
Carlos wrote:
These Iranians really want Iraq as an enemy as well? Sigh...they really need to improve their diplomacy a little.
Carlos, did your retarded brain neurons burn out after reading the first sentence of this article.. Before you spew your stupidity all over this forum I suggest you read the full story first and not just the heading...

Iran is helping Iraqi Shiites cross into syria to defend their sacred shrines, the iraqi leader is Shiite himself and does not want a Sunni run Syria fearing it would create opportunists to sprout out and oust the Shiite run government of Iraq... Iran sponsors the Iraqi hezbollah( yes there's an iraqi hezbollah) and its support of these fighters is crucial for the Iraqi government. This article does not in any way show a diplomatic blunder, but rather reveals the very important and necessary relationship between Iran and Iraq, it further shows how they have been working together in supporting the Assad regime.. NOW GO READ THE ARTCLE!!!
rtloder

Australia

#3 May 7, 2013
Falcon wrote:
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Carlos, did your retarded brain neurons burn out after reading the first sentence of this article.. Before you spew your stupidity all over this forum I suggest you read the full story first and not just the heading...
Iran is helping Iraqi Shiites cross into syria to defend their sacred shrines, the iraqi leader is Shiite himself and does not want a Sunni run Syria fearing it would create opportunists to sprout out and oust the Shiite run government of Iraq... Iran sponsors the Iraqi hezbollah( yes there's an iraqi hezbollah) and its support of these fighters is crucial for the Iraqi government. This article does not in any way show a diplomatic blunder, but rather reveals the very important and necessary relationship between Iran and Iraq, it further shows how they have been working together in supporting the Assad regime.. NOW GO READ THE ARTCLE!!!

The concentration span of the average dumb arse is slightly less than the capacity of my battery.
The meek and the mild are a valuable contribution to the forum but a "flattery" battery is not and neither is the dunb arse.
Reminds me of this fat bitch I once knocked off.
What ever will we do with them when we've finished helping them out .???.
Still its nice of you to keep on trying .
Falcon

UK

#4 May 7, 2013
rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
The concentration span of the average dumb arse is slightly less than the capacity of my battery.
The meek and the mild are a valuable contribution to the forum but a "flattery" battery is not and neither is the dunb arse.
Reminds me of this fat bitch I once knocked off.
What ever will we do with them when we've finished helping them out .???.
Still its nice of you to keep on trying .
What?! Didn't know you were into larger women, do you like watching them gorge on fatty foods while playing an aborigines musical instrument.. Any way where have you been lately, thought you joined in with the hunger strikes at gittmo.. Oh well punishment is due to those who don't pay attention yet still think they have the rite to post cr#p...
George

Red Deer, Canada

#5 May 7, 2013
Carlos wrote:
These Iranians really want Iraq as an enemy as well? Sigh...they really need to improve their diplomacy a little.
someone in Iran is a bit confused, to say the least. One minute they are flying weapons over Iraq and making nice, the next they are pointing fingers and making accusations.
abc

Hamilton, Canada

#7 May 7, 2013
Imagine. US had to save their behind from Saddam Hussein, now they're fighting against Sunni majority in Syria. No wonder Sunnis in Iraq don't trust these cowards. A shiite will always be a shiite.

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