Ahmadinejad reacts to new American strategy in Iraq

Iran Ahmadinejad

Stop Fundamentalism, January 14, 2007 – Following the announcement of the change in American strategy in Iraq by President George W. Bush, Iran’s president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said, "It was expected that after they had noticed their mistakes, they move to correct their illegal and un-ethical actions.  Unfortunately, it seems that the process of making wrongful decisions continues."

The new strategy realizes Iran’s activity in Iraq after the American lead war there as unproductive and that Iran has been trying to flare up sectarian war in that country in order to make American forces to leave the country and gain hegemony in the region.

Ahmadinejad who was speaking at his cabinet meeting, continued, "Any policy that fails to consider the people of Iraq, will fail even if it is presented in a new packaging and new words."

The new strategy has Iranian Mullahs worried that after the execution of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, it may now be their turn to answer for their misdeeds in Iraq.  The new strategy realizes that there is no sectarian war in progress in Iraq but the war is between the forces that support democracy and those hired and supported by Iran’s fascist-theocratic government to undermine any efforts towards democracy.