Monday, August 20, 2007

Cleanup In Aisle Iraq

LONDON, Aug 20 (Reuters) - The powerful Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr said on Monday he would welcome a planned expansion of the United Nations mission in Iraq if it was designed to help Iraqis rebuild their country.

In an interview in Britain's Independent newspaper, Sadr - whose Mehdi Army militia is in fierce conflict with American and British coalition forces -- stressed the U.N. must not become "just another face of the American occupation" in Iraq.

"I would support the U.N. here in Iraq if it comes and replaces the American and British occupiers," he said. "If the U.N. comes here to truly help the Iraqi people, they will receive our help in their work."

-------(UN – front for CIA/Anglo,Inc cleaners.)

Moqtada al-Sadr is the thirty-something cleric, son of Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Sadiq al-Sadr, a clerical Shiite dynasty. Initially not taken seriously by mainstream Shiites – support has grown for al-Sadr, especially among younger Iraqi.

Some analysts believe al-Sadr and his Mahdi Army will decide America's fate in Iraq – due to his black-clad ruthless protection militia and popular support, and of course the usual hunger for top-dog spot. He's a self-proclaimed hojatolislam, the first major rank for a cleric on the path to becoming an ayatollah, although al-Sadr is minus the decade of religious training – he breaks the rule of Shia religious behavior – but what the heck, he's the Don of Baghdad slums. John Gotti in a turban.

Al-Sadr's "rival" for the hearts and minds of Iraqi Shiites is His Eminence Grand Ayatullah al-Sayyid Ali al-Hussani al-Sistani.

Sistani calls for unity among all parties, factions, and tribes in Iraq. On a regular basis those around Sistani are assassinated, possibly by his rival al-Sadr. And it is claimed that "Al-Qaeda Wants the Head of the Grand Ayatollah Sistani because he is the key man for a free and peaceful Iraq."

(Al-Qaeda – front for CIA wetworkers.)

Some analysts claim it was US ignorance of al-Sadr's potential brand of fire that led to his becoming more powerful – but come on folks. US empire planners are many things but ignorance is not one of them.

The question is why was al-Sadr and his radical militia allowed to grow powerful?

Both the elderly moderate Sistani and the ruthless young al-Sadr are willing for the UN to play a wider role in Iraq, but which fist would CIA/Anglo,Inc want?

Hint: US past favorites included Saddam, bin Laden, Noriega, Pinochet, Khmer Rouge, Somoza, Papa Doc, Trujillo, Mobutu, Charles Taylor ….

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