Friday, October 07, 2005

Jaafari : Relations with Iran 'very friendly,strong and expanding'

TEHRAN, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Iraq's Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari on Thursday rejected accusations that Shi'ite Muslim Iran was interfering in Iraq's internal affairs.

Asked about accusations that Iran was interfering in the internal affairs of Iraq, Jaafari told Iranian state television: "Such accusations are baseless and we do not agree with them at all."

"Relations between Iran and Iraq are currently very friendly and strong and expanding. We are proud of the situation," he said. "Some people want to harm our existing friendly relations with Iran. But we will not let them do so. We are determined to expand our relations every day."

Ok , so what are the US and UK complaining about ?

we are only there to help the Iraqis , and the Iraqis think the accusations of Iran meddling in the country are "Baseless"

many of us thought they were all along . If only we could just get on with it and stop blaming all the failures on Iran or Syria or the one legged Zaqarwi !

4 Comments:

Blogger G_in_AL said...

You believe everything that comes out of their mouths... yet immediately look for the "catch" when the US and UK say something?

If I take a picture, and look at it in the mirror, things look backwards to me too.

October 07, 2005 2:42 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

G , you confuse me ? your telling me that i should not trust the word of the Presdident of Iraq ? the people were there to help ?

you may have misread this ,

we keep saying Iran is playing with Iraq

Iraq themselves say this is bull shit

whats the problem ?

October 07, 2005 4:18 pm  
Blogger G_in_AL said...

I think he is saying that to get support from the real leaders of Iran... the mullahs. I think that this is all politics and smoke and mirrors.

We both know that in the middle east, official policy and involement are only 1/4 of the picture. There are "independant" forces that do the actions the govn'ts cannot be responsible for. Like say, giving finicial and logistical support to a militant effort against US and UK forces in Iraq.

October 08, 2005 4:19 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

you said "We both know that in the middle east, official policy and involement are only 1/4 of the picture. There are "independant" forces that do the actions the govn'ts cannot "

i think that applies as much in the US and UK as it does in the middle east G

October 09, 2005 7:19 pm  

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