Wednesday, July 13, 2016


(ISW) The nice people at the Institute for the Study of War have brought out a map which shows the current situation inside Iraq as of this Wednesday.

The most interesting thing reported here is this:

Sadrist Trend leader Muqtada al-Sadr called on July 11 for mass demonstrations on July 15, having returned from Iran after a two-month absence, reportedly on June 29. Sadr reaffirmed demands for technocratic reforms, including a replacement of the three presidencies (Prime Minister, President, and CoR Speaker). Sadr’s mass protest on July 15 will come as Baghdad is still coping with the aftermath of the July 3 Karrada bombing and the security reshuffle in the capital.

It seems the grubby mullahs in Iran can't wait until ISIS is defeated in which to stick their fingers into the rear end of Iraq in which to control the country, just like it controls Hezb-allah.