Mosul Iraq Has Fallen to Al-Qaeda
Mosul Iraq has fallen to the forces of the Islamic state of Iraq and The Levant in what is a crushing blow to the Shia led government of Nouri Al-Maliki in Baghdad and his Islamic Dawa Party the fall of Mosul may very well also bring about the fall of Salah Ad Din Province and other areas from Baghdad’s control as well and if this happens we shall no doubt see the final collapse of Iraq as a nation-state and the division of the county into separate Sunni Shia Kurdish and possible Turkmen states Nouri Al-Maliki and his Islamic Dawa party has never been able to gain any strong credibility among the Sunni Masses of Iraq and he is probably going to be unable to regain control over Mosul and under Areas of Iraq that are outside of his control. Al-Qaeda is a dead-end road for the people of Iraq as are the other feudal and bourgeois Islamic parties in Iraq. The only hope for Iraq is for the formation of a revolutionary Pan-Arab Nationalist party or political organization of some kind that can unite all of the people of Iraq across ethnic and sectarian divide and fight to create a new Iraq that will be based on Pan-Arabism and the unity of all of The Pan-Arab Homeland if this is not done then Iraq will surely fall apart and be divided into at least 3 to 4 different parts this must nor be allowed to happen The Arab Nation needs a strong unified Iraq to carry out the liberation of Arab Palestine from the Zionist occupation and the creation of a Pan-Arab State from the Atlantic ocean to The Arabian Gulf.
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