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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Sectarian Feud Roils Post-U.S. Iraq

So less than a week after American troops pull out of the Muslim Shithole that is Iraq, look at what is happening...As predicted Iraq will plunge into further turmoil and violence.

They cannot help it, it is in their blood to do this, it is ingrained in their souls; countless years of brainwashing through Islam has prepared them for this.

No one should have expected anything less than what is now starting to happen.

This is Islam.

Wall street Journal

A Sunni-Shiite rivalry threatened on Tuesday to unravel the Iraqi government's fragile coalition, days after the last U.S. forces pulled out, in a resurgence of the sectarian feuding that the Americans tried for years to quell.

Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi, a prominent Sunni Arab leader, taking refuge from an arrest warrant for allegedly plotting to kill prominent Shiites, accused the Shiite prime minister of fabricating the charges as part of a sectarian political vendetta.

The flare-up began with a bid last week by Sunni leaders in Diyala province to win more autonomy from Baghdad through a referendum.

The effort was quickly crushed by days of protests organized by tribes and political parties allied to the Shiite-led central government, with the aid of security forces reporting to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

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