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Iraqi Sovereignty.

Reader comment on item: Will Washington Betray Anti-Regime Iranians?

Submitted by hyman peskin (Canada), Jul 16, 2008 at 19:50

The U. S. has maintained that the Iraqi duly elected government is a fully soveregn administration. America might suggest or attempt to influence a certain course of action. But ultimately it ought to be the Malaki government that has to decide. Also what should always be remembered is that the Turks are also part of the equation, as it pertains to the status of M.E. K. They have been a huge thorn to sides of the latter for many years. The Iraqi administration is not likely to hand over the dissidents to Iran- a more likely possibility is that they would be received by Western powers on humanitarian grounds And the U.S. should lead the way.


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