The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, deserves appreciation and respect. Since he took over this unenviable position, he has been fighting in all directions; Iraq, this great Arab country, became after the eight-year war with Iran, in which its victory was “historic” and great, was targeted from many countries, far and near, the most dangerous of which is one of the neighboring countries, which, by virtue of many factors, is supposed to be not only a friend, but also a sisterly country, and that what threatens Mesopotamia threatens it, and that which pleases it, relaxes this country, even in this era, which is the era of the Wali al-Faqih (guardian jurist), and even in the Shahnshahi era and previous other tenures, near and far.
It was justified for this state (Iran), which is bound to the Arab nation, and all its states and peoples, with multiple and many historical ties, the most important of which is the great Islamic religion, to raise the banner of confrontation with Iraq during the era of the Baath Party and Saddam Hussein’s rule, but after what happened after the eight-year war, there is absolutely no justification for the state of the Wali al-Faqih to do all that it does, and to inflict harm on this (Iraqi) people, whom it is supposed to be a brotherly people, and to destroy their lives.
Perhaps Iran, whether during the reign of Shah Muhammad Reza Pahlavi, or in the previous era, it has all the right to have many concerns about its western neighbor, especially in the post-monarchy period, when Mesopotamia was subjected to successive military coups, and where matters ended up in the rule of the Baath Party led by Saddam Hussein, but after what happened, and the United States took control of this Arab country, and widely opened its eastern doors, the “sisterly” guardian jurist state has no right, in any case, to do what it does, and to have a state within the Iraqi state, and a system within the Iraqi regime.
Thus, it is presumed that Iran, the “sisterly state”, should not do all of this that it is doing, that it has a state within the Iraqi state, and an Iranian “militia” army alongside the Iraqi army, and that it does all of this that it is doing in this “historically” neighboring country, and threatening this good person, ” Mustafa Al-Kazemi, with its sectarian “groups” over there, as well as in Syria and of course in Lebanon and in Yemen, which was happy before Houthis havoc wreaked its life !!