@TheDrone daddy ame4cia came and saved you as usual you little slut hahahahahaha no worries we will end what Saddam may he rest in paradise started with you zionist shias and zionist regime looooooooool
@osman2793 I must have triggered you a lot for you to come and visit my channel. Was it the bullying of your sunni homo bros or exposing you as a Somali Nignog? Oh and did you know he was hanged on Eid? Kinda inappropriate if you ask me. On the holiest month and all... Darn Shias...
@IraqiPride At the end of the day all your slogans and platitudes are pretty empty and mean nothing. You'll probably win the war against ISIS but i don't see any peace and prosperity coming to the region. Didn't you already crush Al Qaeda and the insurgency in 2008? That was supposed to be the new beginning. The only way I see there being any hope is if the Iranian regime is overthrown. Then a real unity government can be form without any militias. But the chances of that happening is zero, the west had the chance to help Iranian protesters in 2009 but they seem happy with the ayatollah takeover in the middle east.
@osman2793 my god...what an idiotic reply......i swear to god almighty no matter how much we talk to you it is of now use. you are a brain dead sectarian people.
since when was isis made up iraqis? since when? our prison are full of your isis brothers....all of them from the west to the east with the exception of our country. if yo say the leaders of isis are ex-baathists ...you are implying that isis is controlled by arab nationalists not selefism? how much of a brain do you have inside that sectarian skull of yours?
shah of iran, the man famous for the words' arya mehr, (love of the aryan race) would of spat right in the middle of your face, judging from your chosen name i doubt you are iranian or 'white'..he would have spat right in the middle of your non-'white' face.
Under the shah iran and iraq were great neighbours? !!!! lmaaoooo!!!!!!! saddam and the shah were on the brink of a war over the persian gulf...it is bizarre how little you know and how every comment i have to take every comment of yours and correct your rubbish..saddam and the shah had such a bad relationship that the shah put sanctions on iraq which destroyed the iraqi dinar....saddam was dying because of it....the shah refused to reconcile with him until he kissed his hand for forgiveness and saddam did just that in the arab council just as the shah requested....lol he bent down infront of the arab leaders and kissed the hand of the shah for forgiveness....how clueless are you? how ill informed are you? saddam and the shah had good relations loll!!!!!!
sunni and shia live in piece before the islamic revolution of iran????? the shia did yes...as they have always lived in peace with everyone....i really do not like this sectarian narrative but you force it on me...i have to defend myself against your ignorance. no calling your level of information ignorance is an insult to ignorant people...you are totally cluelessly lost. Ask the people of basra in the 1920 what they think of your statement. ask them what happened when the british invaded iraq and wahabis from saudi arabia went into iraqi south with swords slaughtering every man women and child they came across.....killing one million shia. ask them that. It is weird how this sectarianism rupees every time the british go somewhere and they always find a willing and happy slave in you sunnis. they use you as slaves to enact their plans. DIVIDE AND CONQUER....i spit on isis and their ideology which you follow.....
Iraq just so that you know my ignorant friend, has 2million iraqis who do not know how to speak a word of arabic who originate from iran. 2 million iraqis of iranina origin. many iraqi are intermarried with iranains...we are one country...you are so clueless about this region and so controlled by the media i wouldn't know where to start fixing you ......your brain is totally gone....the shah had good relations with saddam....lol!!!
You are the tools of the aal saud and the west.....they use you to enact their plans here. in 1920s aal saud fought alongside the british to topple the islamic ottoman empire whilst the shia of iraq stood by the side of the ottomans .....they did much the same as they did today...divide and conquer. They used to the sunnis against the shia to take control of this region and we have suffered their backward savagery for 100 years and today they repeat the same agenda and you tools run to them only too willing to give them what they want.
We will take control of mosul i the next few months and isis would have been defeated by these 'shia militias' whether you like it or not....and i will bathe in your tears. You people and your masters are the definition of division, ignorance and evil. I support everything that angers you and I guarantee you one thing...you and your masters will carry on loosing and we will not let your plans come to fruition. division, we will not allow it. Sectarianism, we will not allow it. Sunni shia, we will not a,slow it....terrorirsm we will not allow it.....isis and alqaeda and selefisma and wahabism.....no place for them here..
@IraqiPride Mosul is not an empty city it still has over 1 million people living there that's far from empty mate.
You are so biased its actually funny, you were probably supporting Iran in the war 80s. That fact that you prefer the ayatollah regime to the shah tells you care more for a shia empire that a united Iraq. What Iraqi prefers Khomeini to the shah except for a shia fanatic. Under the shah Iran and Iraq really were great neighbors and allies, sunni and shias got along everywhere. There was no sectarianism. This shows the Saudis and the gulf countries were not the problem. As soon as that revolution happened you saw these guys causing problems everywhere, Lebanon was their first victim in their civil war, then Iraq after Saddam fell.
Who cares if the shia miltias are led by "Iraqis". All of ISIS leaders are Iraqi ex security services,Intelligence officers and army generals that were dismantled by the Americans. Does that make ISIS your men, brothers,sons and fathers lol.
@osman2793 iranian sponsored militias? you mean those iraqi volunteers who make up the iraqi mobilisation forces organised by the iraqi government? those heroes who have lost thousands in freeing all of unbar and diyaleh and slash il deen and only now left for them mosul? Those are our men, our brothers, our sons, our fathers....you ask me if i mind them??????? you are so far from our reality here that your questions are totally nonsensical.
Here in iraq we have a huge burden. America dismantled all of our security services...i am not going to say they did this on purpose whilst allowing tens of thousands of terrorirsts into iraq to destabilise it on purpose because i have little evidence to support this statement...but i know that we did not have an army so we needed to build a new one...america forced the iraqi government to reinstate baathists into the army and the iraqi army that was built failed iraq on many occasions....in mosul the iraqi army was lead by locals who gave into isis and left the recruits without hope and weapons to be slaughtered by isis when they took over...the iraqi army could no longer be trusted because it was infiltrated by many people from many sides with many ulterior motives....that much was clear. Iraqi government did the right thing...they used a very clever tactic similar to that used by iran during the iran iraq war.
during the iran iraq war iran could not rely on its army which was still loyal to the shah. if it used the army...there was a chance the army would over throw the new islamic government and reinstate the shah which saddam was counting on. Instead they started recruiting from the streets normal people in the millions to form mobilisation forces which was made up of people who loved their country and hated the shah...after the war these mobilisation forces became the actual army of iran and replaced that army which was loyal to the shah....iraq today is doing the same thing with the mobilisation forces.
Secondly, iran is our neighbour and an ally of our country. We share similar interests in the region. you seem to imply that mobilisation forces supported by iran is something wrong....i tell you what is wrong....the head choppers being supported by saudi arabia and the neighbouring arab countries....that is what is wrong. you focus your hate on the enemies of isis....funny that.
badr brigade is a brigade started by sayid baqr el hakim who was martyred on the first year after the over throwal of saddam. It is an armed military wing that fought against saddam. I dont support the hakim but these men are our heroes..
Mehdi army is again another group made up of iraqis from sadr city. its not like we are talking about people who are foreigners here. we are talking about iraqi people. they have a choice here in iraq and a right to have an opinion and to choose what they want to do so long as it is not against the law. were it not for them during 2005-2009 iraq would be still having tens of thousands of suicde attacks every year. They cleaned baghdad up from all the terrorists.
yes the mobilisation forces, ex-mehdi army members and ex-badr brigade members are doing most of the fighting for us!!! what is wrong with this? they saudi these people? are they not iraqi? like i said you are in a mind set that is so far from our reality here in iraq....you see to think this is one kind of crime...NO WE ARE PROUD OF THESE MEN!!! here we do them parades of honour for each of them that is killed in baghdad every we have parades of their martyrs.
in mosul people are preferring isis!!! lolll...that depends on what media you read. If you read aljewzeera then maybe yes. If you read isis media then of course yes...maybe you should ask yourself why hundreds of thousands of mosul people are now migrated to the south of iraq and baghdad where the iraqi government is in control...these medias they rely on people with no brains....you do not question them....you lap everything up no matter how contradictory it is....
Mosul is an empty city. it is devoid of life. No electricity 24/7, no water, no schools, no universities (the main university has been turned into head quarters for isis)...it is now flattened with all the isis that were inside it at the time of the arial bombing buried inside...
of course some people celebrate isis take over...if they dont they wind up without a head.
@IraqiPride To be honest I've never been to Iraq so I can't really debate you, but the Baghdad utopia your describing seems very hard to believe. You don't seem to mind the Iranian sponsored militias taking over much, Badr brigades, mahdi army etc. These are the guys doing most of the fighting for you. In Mosul people are preferring ISIS than taking a chance with the Iraqi government. They celebrating them taking over.
@osman2793 the lack of electricity happened after the sanctions of iraq??? lol we didnt have enough electricity from 70s till sanctions...500k thousand children died is more an american crime??? americans are barbaric savages.....that is their nature so when they do barbaric savage things I am not surprised....but saddam the iraqi lived in wealth and opulence whilst these children starved to death...what of him?
I have to be deluded to think iraq is same demographically??? lmao? who lives in iraq? me or you? you rely on your information from the same sources of media that sold you the WMD story...the british and american and arab dictatorship medias who manipulate you morning day and night without you even realising it...regardless of how hard you try you will never be allowed to know the reality here of iraq until you come here and see it for yourself...
your jaw will drop at the information reaching you and how far it is from the reality.
Yes i know of the death sqauds that used to operate here in iraq back in 2007....i remember you people used to call them mujahideen...we used to call them terrorists...and they used to put bombs outside mosques and hospitals and schools and market places to blow up people which is still what they do now under the name of isis and before that alqaeda and before that moqawema and god knows what next after we defeat isis in a few months....what has that got to do with demographics??
The same people are still in power? what does that mean? the government?? if the same people stay in power in government it is because we voted them to stay....
Christians are almost non-existent??? lol....all of what you say is exactly parroting what you hear in media....stop listening to these liers.....our biggest enemy here in iraq the biggest driver of terrorism and instability is western and middle-eastern media channels.....our reality is very different...
in iraq we have a community made up of roughly 1 million people called assyrians they are all christians and they are all still here in iraq in the north...we have iraq christian denominations in the north of iraq that are all sill there fighting against isis now....we have in baghdad a few churches that are very crowded during occasions...we have many iraqis who migrated...the same proportions of every group left...christians are not special in that regard.
mixed areas have disappeared? loll!!! come here and say that....i am an iraq shia married to an iraqi christian armen and my brother in law is sunni and my uncle is married to a kurdish shia and my dad's ex-wife is sunni ...she still lives on the same road as us.....my neighbours here are mixed of all denominations.....most of the people who fled fellujeh and unbar and salah il seen came here to baghdad and the south...most are sunnis and living now alongside everyone else until things become better in the north...if anything now areas in baghdad are much more mixed...