US asking Iran for direct talks on Iraq

Faced with a bloodbath in Iraq as ISIS rolls through territory and approaches Baghdad, the United States is reportedly asking Iran for direct talks on the situation. The mullahs’ regime, of course, remains dedicated to the obliteration of Israel first, and then the Great Satan, America. So asking them to bail us out in Iraq as they continue to develop the nuclear means to carry out their vision of Armageddon summoning the Twelfth Mahdi may have a downside.

Jay Solomon, Carol E. Lee and Ali A. Nabhan write in the Wall Street Journal:

...the Obama administration said it is preparing to open direct talks with Iran on how the two longtime foes can counter the insurgents.

The U.S.-Iran dialogue, which is expected to begin this week, will mark the latest in a rapid move toward rapprochement between Washington and Tehran over the past year. It also comes as the U.S. and other world powers try to reach an agreement with Iran by late July to curb its nuclear program.

The U.S. and Iran have publicly committed in recent days to provide military support if requested to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and help his government repel an offensive the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS, has launched against Baghdad and other major Iraqi cities over the past week.

The U.S. over the weekend repositioned military equipment throughout the region and sent an aircraft carrier to the Persian Gulf as President Barack Obama awaited options for possible military action.

If you are comforted by the thought of collaboration with Iran, I suggest you read up on Muhammad ibn Hasan al-Mahdī

 

Faced with a bloodbath in Iraq as ISIS rolls through territory and approaches Baghdad, the United States is reportedly asking Iran for direct talks on the situation. The mullahs’ regime, of course, remains dedicated to the obliteration of Israel first, and then the Great Satan, America. So asking them to bail us out in Iraq as they continue to develop the nuclear means to carry out their vision of Armageddon summoning the Twelfth Mahdi may have a downside.

Jay Solomon, Carol E. Lee and Ali A. Nabhan write in the Wall Street Journal:

...the Obama administration said it is preparing to open direct talks with Iran on how the two longtime foes can counter the insurgents.

The U.S.-Iran dialogue, which is expected to begin this week, will mark the latest in a rapid move toward rapprochement between Washington and Tehran over the past year. It also comes as the U.S. and other world powers try to reach an agreement with Iran by late July to curb its nuclear program.

The U.S. and Iran have publicly committed in recent days to provide military support if requested to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and help his government repel an offensive the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS, has launched against Baghdad and other major Iraqi cities over the past week.

The U.S. over the weekend repositioned military equipment throughout the region and sent an aircraft carrier to the Persian Gulf as President Barack Obama awaited options for possible military action.

If you are comforted by the thought of collaboration with Iran, I suggest you read up on Muhammad ibn Hasan al-Mahdī