Friday, December 23, 2011

Sunni Arabs in Iraq protest Maliki govt

"After Friday prayers, with Sunni imams warning Maliki was seeking to foment sectarian divisions, protesters were on the streets of Sunni-dominated Samarra, Ramadi, Baiji and Qaim, many waving banners in support of Hashemi, and criticizing the government."

40 comments :

Anonymous said...

How dare they protest!
Accept the puppet, dammit!

Iraqi Mojo said...

Iraqis who protested under Saddam were jailed and murdered. Iraq is free compared to Saddam's Iraq. That is the point of the post, bin falas6eezi.

Also notice the Sunni 3arab jarab do not protest the mass murder of Iraqi Shia. They are worried that Sunni Arabs in Iraq will not have influence in the govt. They do not care about Iraqi Shia, never have.

Iraqi Mojo said...

The day after dozens of innocent Iraqi Shia are murdered by the Sunni 3arab jarab, the Sunni 3arab jarab protest because one of their beloved leaders is accused of terrorism. That is telling.

Anonymous said...

WOW! they can PROTEST? Amazing!!!

Now, lets see if the government listens to the protesters, otherwise its worthless to say they are given the freedom to protest, then the middle finger.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Yes give the Sunni 3arab jarab whatever they want. That is the only way to stop them from mass murdering Iraqi Shia. We know this.

Anonymous said...

How long do you figure this puppet government lasts? Will it last a full year?

Iraqi Mojo said...

Hopefully Maliki is replaced soon by somebody who is able to crush the 3arab jarab who mass murder Iraqis. INSHA ALLAH.

Anonymous said...

Ironic you say insha allah but you dont even believe in Islam. You play the shia card but your not even a muslim (you dont believe in the quran, which qualifies you as a kafir according to shia sources).

The best thing Maliki has for him is a visa in a western country.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Yes I am a kafir. But I do believe this:

". . . Do not take life, which Allah has made sacred, except through justice and the law. He orders this so that you may acquire wisdom" (6:151) and, "Do not take life, which Allah has made sacred, except for a just cause. If anyone is killed unjustly, We allow his heir (to seek justice) but do not allow him to exceed bounds when it comes to taking life, for he is helped (by the law)" (17:33). According to the Qur'an, killing a person unjustly is the same as killing all of humanity, and saving a person is the same as saving all humanity. (See 5:32.)

Iraqi Mojo said...

Yes I hope Maliki steps down and allows somebody with balls to take over so that the murderous 3arab jarab are caught and sent to jehenem with Saddam where they belong. They can all eat the khara from falas6eezi together.

Anonymous said...

Mojo,

Do you want reconciliation between shia and sunna, or do you want another bloodbath that sets the country backwards another 100 years?

What do you care. You dont live there.

You have no idea whats coming for Iraq, do you? Take a look at a map. America is funding the saudi regime's military so it can be used against Iran. It will be a saudi govt sponsored bloodbath, millions will die, as in the case of the iran-iraq war.

Sectarianism is ugly. Nobody wins, everyone looses.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Why do so many Sunni Arabs act as if their markets and schools were bombed?

I want the Sunni Arabs of Iraq to accept their minority status in the government. I want Sunni Arab extremists to stop mass murdering Iraqi Shia. Until then reconciliation will be impossible.

Saudis have already funded Sunni terrorism in Iraq. 2006 and 2007 were much worse than 2011. Iraq may return to civil war, but even then I doubt Shia will bomb Sunni markets.

Anonymous said...

I agree with you there is the saudi element funding wahhabi groups to cause division and hatred between the two sects.


This is not just a saudi plan. Saudi arabian government answers to America. The saudi royal family are American puppets. America is well aware what is happening behind the scenes. Therefore, I hold America accountable. They are working with the saudis behind the scenes.

Iraqi Mojo said...

You really believe America wanted these bombings? What purpose does it serve America?

Anonymous said...

If Iraq has its way, you can say bye bye to Israel.

Do you really think America will sit back and allow Iraq to become a powerful Islamic country, like Iran? I think not.

Anyways, the future is not up to the Americans. Eventually, Iraq will become an Islamic government, and Israel will be in its last years.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Iraq will eliminate Israel? Is that how you see it? That's funny.

Iraqi Mojo said...

For the Sunni Arabs, especially the Falastini Sunni Arabs, it's all about Israel.

Anonymous said...

Iraq can be a powerful country, of course it is fully capable, along with Iran, to become a really powerful Islamic nation

Anonymous said...

Iraq has plenty of resources, and an educated middle class who could have turned Iraq into one of the most powerful countries on Earth, but, unfortunately, America will not accept that, and the good old divide and conquer method was used

Iraqi Mojo said...

Iraq could be just as powerful, maybe more powerful, with a secular government. The only thing that is dividing Iraqis these days is religion.

Anonymous said...

But Iraqis choose Religion, they are muslims, not athiests like you. If you want a secular govt, think of kuffar who want kufr, not Muslims

C.H. said...

"Do you really think America will sit back and allow Iraq to become a powerful Islamic country, like Iran?"


The Iranian regime has never won a war. It only managed to stave off thorough and complete defeat against Saddam by throwing tens of thousands of children over his minefields and into the fire of his machine guns.

Its pretty much the same today, only now the population is secular and not willing to die for a scumbag like Khamenei or any of his ugly puppets.

Anonymous said...

how about, die for Iran?

Are you making fun of the sacrifices of millions of Iranians in the 80s who defended their homeland?

Anonymous said...

Hezbollah, which is a major ally of Assad, said the timing of the bombings clearly signaled they were an act of revenge for the U.S. “defeat” in Iraq following the withdrawal of its troops from the warn-torn country.

“This horrific terrorist crime committed by the enemies of humanity in the city of Damascus came one day after the coordinated bombings that targeted Baghdad and other Iraqi cities,” the statement said. “This signals that the parties that stand to lose from the big defeat inflicted on the United States, which led to the humiliating withdrawal of its troops from Iraq, have begun a cowardly, bloody act of revenge by targeting all forces and states that helped the heroic Iraqi resistance in its Jihad [holy war] to evict the U.S. occupation.”

Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Politics/2011/Dec-24/157816-hezbollah-says-us-behind-syria-blasts-hariri-blames-regime.ashx#ixzz1hPKvVhRm
(The Daily Star :: Lebanon News :: http://www.dailystar.com.lb)

C.H. said...

The hundreds of thousands of Iranians who died in the Iran-Iraq war were mostly brainwashed, unarmed kids who were told they would be going to heaven by bearded, delusional lunatics. They cleared the minefields and ran the enemy (Iraq) out of ammunition while the "heroic" revolutionary guards marched in from behind. Khomeini and his successor stand for the epitome of cowardice.

C.H. said...

Anon,

It is patently absurd to suggest the US in any way has supported or even worse, gained BENEFIT from the bombings in Iraq and Syria. The filthy sacks of slime who blew up 70 Iraqis the other day are the same people who bombed Iraqi markets from 2003 on, destroying American public opinion of the operations and forever torpedoing the presidency of George W. Bush.

One of my aunt's best friends was murdered on September 11th, btw...by Al-Qaeda, the group that Bashar Al-Assad and that fatso Nasrallah claim is working with the Americans. Hearing them say that makes me wish them nothing but a demise on par with Saddam, Zarqawi, and Bin Laden. May it come soon.

Anonymous said...

C.H

Either give proof that the CIA is not behind the bombings or shurrup. Soon we will hear reports that CANNOT BE INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED, and we are supposed to drink the kool-aid, right?

Maury said...

"Either give proof that the CIA is not behind the bombings or shurrup."

That's the most retarded thing I've read in months. Prove YOU aren't behind the bombings Anonymous. Prove ANYONE isn't. Good grief man.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Maury, you just proved my argument. The fact is you cant prove who is behind it. So in the meantime, don't ASS-sume, or you make an ASS out of yourself.

I can speculate on who has the most to gain, and likewise the one who has the most to benefit is most likely the culprit

Anonymous said...

This from the Puppet Hashimi:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-16325282

Maury said...

"The fact is you cant prove who is behind it."

It's a lot easier to prove who's guilty than the other way around. Guilty parties leave evidence. They like to brag about their actions. What good is all that blood and destruction if you can't bask in the glow of your success?

I'm pretty sure my 5 yr. old isn't responsible, but I can't prove it. On the other hand, evidence would be everywhere if he did have a hand in it.....LOL.

Iraqi Mojo said...

"This from the Puppet Hashimi"

Whose puppet is he?


"Baghdad blasts: Hashemi accuses government over attacks"

So the most senior Sunni Arab politician in the govt accuses the govt for the bombings that killed a bunch of Iraqi Shia. Why would the Shia-led govt kill Iraqi Shia? Don't these bombings make the govt look bad? Aren't the people sick of the govt for being corrupt and unable to stop these terrorist attacks? What purpose do these bombings serve the Iraqi govt??

C.H. said...

"I can speculate on who has the most to gain"


What exactly did America "gain" from massive car bombs and negative media coverage that sickened its population?

The answer would be nothing. The "resistance" on the other hand, gained revenge against Iraqis for turning against Saddam.

Anonymous said...

Maury,
exactly my point. You need evidence to prove a claim. Simply saying, oh, I think its so and so, without the proper evidence, is pure speculation.


C.H,

The U.S (and zionists) has a lot to gain from a weak Iraq. Can they allow an oil rich country to truly be independent? Cause if they did, zionism is threatened, since naturally the people sympathize with their Muslim Brethren, and if given the opportunity, will help Palestine.

Anonymous said...

dear Mojo,
You reinforce, and reveal your own sectarianism when you try to conflate peaceful Sunni protesters with murderous terrorists.
Do all Shia share the guilt for the many crimes of their co-religionists ?
bushtheliberator

Iraqi Mojo said...

Have I conflated peaceful Sunni Arab protesters with murderous terrorists?

The point of this post is that Sunni Arabs protested (peacefully thankfully) the day after Shia neighborhoods were bombed, but they were not protesting the bombings and the violence. They were protesting Maliki's arrest warrant for Sunni Arab VP Tariq al Hashemi. It shows what they really care about. I am not conflating peaceful Sunni Arab protesters with terrorists. I am pointing out Sunni Arab selfishness and apathy for Iraqi Shia.

Anonymous said...

I've met lebanese sunni's who absolutely hate shias, and I have met lebanese shias who hate sunnis. Most of them hate each other just for the sake of hating and nothing more.

I guess Iraqis feel the same way now. Sectarianism is really disastrous.

Muhannad said...
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Muhannad said...

I've met some very nice Sunni Arabs. Most of them have been good people, actually, but it seems a significant number of Sunni Arabs refuse to accept the possibility that Sunni Arab terrorists were responsible for bombing Shia neighborhoods in Baghdad. They usually blame America, Israel, Iran, and even the Iraqi government.

It's not just Sunni Arabs who have blamed America. Shia Arabs do it too. One of my cousins in the UK told me last year he thinks America is somehow involved in the bombings. Many Arabs believe this, apparently.

Anonymous said...

Mojo,

You have to understand the people who are funding these groups that come from Saudi Arabia are the Saudi Government, and America pulls the strings in Saudi, the royal puppets cant do anything without the American nod