The Iranian nation should give the regime a helping hand and repatriate all of them back to their native homeland.
Iran-Iraq ties, indeed, would make both nations stronger; geographically, politically, economically and of course, militarily. As a contrast of that, possibly, the U.S. and its long-term master will be more isolated from the region. Who is smarter?
It’s good to see improvement in relations between the two countries. Not long ago the two countries fought a devastating eight-year war, leaving a million dead and many more injured and displaced. The overthrow of Saddam by U.S. and allied forces, notwithstanding the differences of opinion about the U.S. military interventions leading to regime change, led to a new beginning for Iraq and in the long-term would help lessen the tensions in the region that Saddam so aptly took advantage of. I believe the same is true with the overthrow of Mubarak in Egypt and could be true with Qadafi in Libya. And although the jury is still out on the future development in Syria, the country without Assad could well have a more moderating effect in the regional politics. In the long-term, the overthrow of dictators in the region will help develop the political development in the region, and lead to more logical and improved relations between the countries.Of course, due to pent-up anger and the inter-relationships among the countries of the region, the short-term effects of these historic changes could be unattractive, like empowering extremists and in some instances terrorist groups in these countries. Messy process indeed! But after years of dictatorship, there might not be much easier ways out.
Anon 9:03 AMYou mean back to Iran? LOL!
Anon 12:42 PMI meant back to Iraq,thicko! LOL!!
The West complains that small Alawite group in Syria pulls all strings in Syria...But how come it is tolerated, that even smaller group in the US, manages all country to its benefit.That small group; not as other bigger ethnic groups, manages to transfer billions of (government) dollars in different kinds of help to themselves and their foreign based cousins...So I am confused, what are the standards of the West, because one time they prefer minorities and in other case like in Syria they are concerned about "Sunni" majority.In Iraq and Bahrain there are Shia's majorities and their will should be respected too. Then, Iran has a right to defend their will too.dissident
Anon 2:29 PMThe regime is comprised mostly of Iranian natives so how can you send them back to Iraq when they aren't even born in that country?
Anon 10:55 AMNatives by name and Iraqi at heart!
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