Iran- Terrorism: Iran planning for annihilation of Iraq Sunnis, Anbar official says

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Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Iran is planning for the annihilation of Sunnis in Iraq, said Sheikh Abdulgader al-Nayel, official spokesman of the Anbar Council of Sheikhs and Experts. Iraq’s six Sunni provinces are suffering from bloodbaths. These measures are being carried out according to the plans of Iran and Hezbollah against the Sunnis in Iraq and the region, by targeting the Sunnis’ lives, mentality and assets…

…On Iran’s meddling in Iraq and its objectives al-Nayel said, “Iran interferes in all affairs of Iraq. Political decision making in this government and Iraq’s economy are controlled by Iran. Iran would have been toppled from international economic sanctions if it weren’t for Iraq. Recently Iran’s military meddling became crystal clear with Iranian officers getting killed on Iraqi soil and Iranian forces infiltrating 40 kilometers into Diyala Province, as Iran admitted. They took over Camp Ashraf where the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran were stationed, turning the site into a main base for Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and a training site for the Popular Mobilization Force militias.”

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