We can easily understand the reasons why the situation in Iraq could get more complicated, by following up what is happening in Syria. The two countries are witnessing a political transition stained by blood. The difference between them is that Iraq has already witnessed misery, a security vacuum and the lack of political equilibrium.
Maliki’s government wants to punish its opponents, such as Mosul leader Usama al-Nujayfi, by letting their areas be consumed by terrorism. But the government fears that the danger may spread into its regions of influence, like Baghdad.Abdulrahman al-Rashed