The Iranian Revolution in Iraq

Ralph Peters writes in the New York Post that the trouble in Iraq is being imported from their next-door neighbor:

On Saturday, Iranian agents ambushed an American convoy on the road between Mosul and Akre in Iraq. The attack did not go as planned: Our troops responded sharply, killing two Iranians, wounding a third and capturing two more.

They were carrying their identity documents.

And you haven’t heard a word about it. The administration doesn’t want to admit how much American blood Teheran has on its hands.

I think the American people would demand action if they knew.

First things first. Moqtada al-Sadr and his organization need to be destroyed if there is to be any future for the people of Iraq.

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