SNSC Secretary Warns of Foreigners' Plots to Create Rift in Iraq

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Published in Iran
Tuesday, 29 January 2013


saeedjaliliSecretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Saeed Jalili in a meeting with Head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim cautioned about certain foreign states' plots to sow discord in Iraq, but meantime stressed that Iraq's people are vigilant enough to overpower such

"The Iraqi people will vigilantly foil enemies' plots and plans for sowing discord in Iraq," Jalili said during the meeting in Tehran on Sunday evening.

He underlined the necessity for maintaining unity among the Iraqi people, and said, "Iraq has managed to live through security and political problems in light of populism and people's choice and the rights of all groups and tribes in Iraq should be respected."

Hakim, for his part, described interaction and empathy among different groups as a symbol of the institutionalization of democracy in Iraq, and said, "The Iraqi leaders' vigilance and the people's deep understanding will thwart the plots hatched by the enemies to disturb the country's security process and development."

Iraq has in recent days turned into the scene of political conflicts and unrests in a number of provinces. Regional observers blame certain Arab countries of the region for the chaos.

Several anti-government demonstrations have been held in Iraq since December 23, 2012, when bodyguards of Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi were arrested on terrorism-related charges.

Last week, a senior Iraqi legislator said that the meddling of the Saudi, Turkish and Qatari spy agencies in Iraq has derailed the rallies held in the country in the last few weeks from their legal path.

"The rallies which started in Iraq's Western districts were spontaneous and the demonstrators had legal demands but the interference of the Saudi, Qatari and Turkish plots turned the protests into the current (violent) form," Representative of Iraqi Kurdistan region in the parliament Mahmoud Othman was quoted as saying by Boratha news agency last Monday.

He said that meeting the demands raised during the rallies is not possible since they are sectarian demands and reflect the will of the foreign sides.

Earlier this month, a senior Iraqi legislator called on the Baghdad government to lodge a complaint with the UN and the Arab League against Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey for stirring and meddling in the recent unrests in Iraq's al-Anbar province.

"There is certain pieces of information showing that Saudi Arabia and Qatar support the rallies in Iraq and that the rallies are planned and financed by Turkey," Aliya Nassif said in a statement at the time.

"The existing information indicates that huge amounts of money have been spent on provoking such rallies in Iraq in a move to repeat the Syrian experience this time in Iraq," she said, calling on the Iraqi government to pursue the case with the relevant international bodies.

"In case of proving the authenticity of the information, the Iraqi foreign ministry should comply with its duty and file lawsuits against these governments and sides at the Arab League and the UN to prevent foreign intervention in Iraq's internal affairs," Nassif said.

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"The Iraqi people will vigilantly foil enemies' plots and plans for sowing discord in Iraq," Jalili said during the meeting in Tehran on Sunday evening.

He underlined the necessity for maintaining unity among the Iraqi people, and said, "Iraq has managed to live through security and political problems in light of populism and people's choice and the rights of all groups and tribes in Iraq should be respected."

Hakim, for his part, described interaction and empathy among different groups as a symbol of the institutionalization of democracy in Iraq, and said, "The Iraqi leaders' vigilance and the people's deep understanding will thwart the plots hatched by the enemies to disturb the country's security process and development."

Iraq has in recent days turned into the scene of political conflicts and unrests in a number of provinces. Regional observers blame certain Arab countries of the region for the chaos.

Several anti-government demonstrations have been held in Iraq since December 23, 2012, when bodyguards of Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi were arrested on terrorism-related charges.

Last week, a senior Iraqi legislator said that the meddling of the Saudi, Turkish and Qatari spy agencies in Iraq has derailed the rallies held in the country in the last few weeks from their legal path.

"The rallies which started in Iraq's Western districts were spontaneous and the demonstrators had legal demands but the interference of the Saudi, Qatari and Turkish plots turned the protests into the current (violent) form," Representative of Iraqi Kurdistan region in the parliament Mahmoud Othman was quoted as saying by Boratha news agency last Monday.

He said that meeting the demands raised during the rallies is not possible since they are sectarian demands and reflect the will of the foreign sides.

Earlier this month, a senior Iraqi legislator called on the Baghdad government to lodge a complaint with the UN and the Arab League against Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey for stirring and meddling in the recent unrests in Iraq's al-Anbar province.

"There is certain pieces of information showing that Saudi Arabia and Qatar support the rallies in Iraq and that the rallies are planned and financed by Turkey," Aliya Nassif said in a statement at the time.

"The existing information indicates that huge amounts of money have been spent on provoking such rallies in Iraq in a move to repeat the Syrian experience this time in Iraq," she said, calling on the Iraqi government to pursue the case with the relevant international bodies.

"In case of proving the authenticity of the information, the Iraqi foreign ministry should comply with its duty and file lawsuits against these governments and sides at the Arab League and the UN to prevent foreign intervention in Iraq's internal affairs," Nassif said.

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