The war on terror has ended in Iraq and levers of power now rest in the hands of Shiite parties with varying degrees of links with Iran. Who is responsible for this failure? Who is the corrupt? Which party is depriving Iraqi people of their national wealth? The country of Tigris and Euphrates is thirsty!
It is too early to say whether what is happening in Iraq is a revolution or even an uprising. It is a declaration by the Iraqis, mainly Shiites, that they’re annoyed by the Shiite authority in the country. So far there seems to be no political channels for dealing with these protestsHazem al-Amin