Syrian conflict's impact is felt across border in Iraq

Mar 27, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Washington Post

Syria's civil war is increasingly threatening to destabilize neighboring Iraq, widening a sectarian divide in a nation still reeling from the messy aftermath of the U.S. invasion a decade ago.

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Iraq was yet another huge Western fiasco!
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Syrian wrote:
Iraq was yet another huge Western fiasco!

Your right.! And another thing this article is a total falsehood.
Syria didn't accommodate the US invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Proven because of that fact Washington accused Syria of terrorist activity in Lebanon.That was 2004-05.
The Yanks would hardly be accusing Assad of terrorism if he was helping them commit carnage in Iraq.
The author is a Jew.
You can tell by his style.
The lie comes across as if it was on your side.
There is no bad blood between Nouri al-Maliki and President Assad .
The Jew is simply telling a lie.

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