Netanyahu’s Warning To U.S. Regarding Iran’s Nuclear Deal Falls On Deaf Ears. Iran Will Gain The Nuke And Is Already Making Its Way To Gulp Up Iraq

By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)

In a sharp rebuke of the White House’s Iran diplomacy, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress on Tuesday and blasted the nuclear deal being negotiated between world powers and Tehran, warning that the agreement in the works “paves Iran’s path to a bomb.” It is not only a bomb that Tehran is after, they are slowly taking over Iraq. Iran will soon arise as a bear to consume much flesh. Today in Iraq, Asaib Ahl al-Haq (League of the Righteous), the Badr Brigades and Hezbollah are the three militias that have been instrumental in battling ISIS, the rival Sunni sect. These militias are the three small Iraqi Shi’ite armies, all backed by Iran, which together have become the most powerful military force in Iraq and are key to Iran’s power and influence inside neighboring Iraq.

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Israel’s urging the U.S. to reject the deal will fail. The deal is currently under negotiation. Netanyahu  telling congress that escalating pressure on Iran would result in a “better deal”, a proposition which has been long challenged by U.S. and other Western officials who will get their way and the world will sell out on Israel.

Netanyahu will fail to thwart Iran and six world powers race to reach an agreement by a self-imposed deadline later this month.

We can already see the results. Even before he uttered his first words, the address came under criticism. European Union Foreign Affairs Representative Federica Mogherini told reporters that “spreading fear” was not helpful at this stage of the delicate nuclear talks. Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif accused Netanyahu of “trying to create tension.” Dozens of Democrats stayed away from the chamber amid claims that the speech was a political attempt to undermine President Barack Obama.

All the rapturous reception punctuated with numerous standing ovations is only show, Netanyhau’s fears will come to pass and Iran will “build nuclear weapons and threaten the region’s future” exactly as Netanyahu declared. But what region, Netanyahu failed to include that a greater enemy to Iran is not Israel, his Jewish Bible says it will be Saudi Arabia as well, which will be attacked by Iran.

The U.S. Administration chose to ignore Israel and opted to sign a deal with the devil. “What he didn’t say was what would happen if there was no deal,” Feinstein said on CNN while Netanyahu correctly stated that “Iran could not be trusted to honor any deal it signed” since Netanyahu knows his  history which proves beyond doubt that every deal in history that was signed by any tyranny state has always failed.  It is for this reason that we at rarely publish political tabloids on who said what, but focus on who is doing what. U.S. sanctions against Iran have been put on hold in Congress, with Senate Democrats preferring to let “diplomacy” (empty talk) run its course. In other words, while everyone talks the talk, Iran walks into Iraq.

The U.S. is gazing away from the encroaching Iranian forces taking up forward positions in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, where they are busy fashioning a Shiite Crescent that encircles Sunni Arab states as well as Israel.

It must be obvious that to bolster its rising status as the leading regional power, Iran must reach the nuclear armaments to expand its territorial holdings.

They key to advancing these agendas is ISIS. While we rejoice when we see ISIS lose battles, what many fail to see, is that ISIS is the chip used to make all the moves to bolster two tyrannies, Iran and Turkey.

In the name of the war on ISIS, Iran’s military apparatus, Al Qods chief Gen. Qassem Soleimani reports to the Obama administration, through the Iraqi prime minister’s office, on the forthcoming military steps to defeat ISIS and waits for Washington’s approval, the very Washington that caused the collapse of Iraqi Armed Forces when Obama pulled out U.S. troops. The result is that Iran has filled the void left by Obama’s military and diplomatic disengagement from Iraq to only have this intervention by Iranian military and paramilitary forces in Iraq.


Al Qods chief Gen. Qassem Soleimani

Qassem Suleimani, the commander of the Quds force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is not ‘Iraq cleaning the ISIS mess’, but Iran encroaching into Iraq. Suleimani is fiercely loyal to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader. While he is viewed as a useful man to have by Shiite Nouri al-Maliki, Iraq’s prime minister, who is scrambling to organize a counterattack against the Sunni jihadis of ISIS, this deal is not free.

Even for the Americans, the U.S. lacks the will to have its ground forces embroiled in another Middle East war. Had the U.S. played the chips correctly, it would rely on smaller powers like Egypt and Syria to take on ISIS. From a practical standpoint, the uniformity of interests between the Assad government and the Islamic Republic of Iran were independent of the Shia roots of the Syrian Alawite government while Egypt is against the coming threat of the neo-Ottoman Turks. It is always best to work with Arab states that fight ISIS in order to survive rather than work with Iran and Turkey who will only fight ISIS in order to consume.

Instead, Washington allows the two most regional powers like Iran to undertake this task, regardless that the US will allow Iran to reach the status of a pre-nuclear power and regional hegemon, while Tehran, in return, will send “boots on the ground” to fight in Iraq, Syria and even Afghanistan, allowing “the bear to eat much flesh” (Daniel 7:5). Iran through Iraq, we have always maintained, will prove the linchpin in an area of Iranian influence among predominantly Shiite governments and organizations that stretched across Iraq, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon, and the Gaza Strip. This zone has been variously described as an Iranian or Shiite “Arc of Influence” or the Shiite Crescent.


And the evidence on the ground is beginning to reveal this by simple observation: who today is leading battles in Salahuddin Province to recover Tikrit from ISIS: the Iraqi army or the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and Shiite militia crowd?


Soleimani submitted to Iraq’s military in order to give instructions to the army and volunteers in the region pointing out that the people of the region received him warmly. Today the Iraqi forces, composed of 27 thousand troops in addition to the volunteer fighters, are nearing the control of the city of Tikrit within days. And now we see Soleimani working with Qais al-Khazali, the head of a militia called Asaib Ahl al-Haq (League of the Righteous) that is backed by Iran. He is one of the most feared and respected militia leaders in Iraq, and one of Iran’s most important representatives in the country. Alongside Asaib Ahl alHaq, there are the Badr Brigades, formed in the 1980s during the Iran-Iraq War, and the younger and more secretive Kataib Hezbollah, which is regarded as a terrorist organization by the State Department.  The three militias have been instrumental in battling ISIS, the rival Sunni sect. These militias are the three small Iraqi Shi’ite armies, all backed by Iran, which together have become the most powerful military force in Iraq since the collapse of the national army in June and are key to Iran’s power and influence inside neighboring Iraq.

It was in June of 2014, in response to the advances of ISIS in Iraq and the virtual collapse of Iraqi military forces, Iran began to provide direct military aid to the Iraqi government by deploying Quds Force soldiers to stiffen Iraqi positions in Samarra, Baghdad, and Karbala, as well as the former US base, Camp Speicher, in Tikrit. The Iranian Revolutionary Guard also deployed seven Sukhoi, Soviet era, Su-25 Frogfoot jets. They also began to supply arms and munitions to Peshmerga forces in Kurdistan. In December 2014, Iran allowed foreign media to confirm the presence of Iranian F-4 Phantom jets in Iraq striking IS positions in Diyala province. US sources later confirmed that the planes were Iranian but that US military forces were not coordinating air strikes with the Iranian military. Although the presence of the F-4 Phantoms was not disclosed till December, these were not the first Iranian planes to be operating in Iraq and it is likely that the F-4s had been operating there for some time.


And now, according to the prime minister in Iraq, the prime minister Haider al-Abadi is leading his own expulsion of ISIS.

The overthrow of Saddam Hussein’s Ba’athist government resulted in the emergence of a Shia dominated government in Baghdad replacing it with an Iraqi Shiite government friendly to Tehran. This eliminated what had been an existential threat to the Islamic Republic of Iran and had tipped the local balance of power significantly in Tehran’s favor. And once Iran cleans the ISIS mess in Iraq, we will all rejoice. Iran will be happy, the U.S. will be happy, while all we’ve done is chase out ISIS while Iran’s Shiite militias are already running amok in Iraq. All that, while Israel awaits the outcome, that when Sunni and Shiite want to put aside their differences in efforts to stabilize the region will begin by uniting both the Shiite and Sunni crescents, the two horns, the pincer if you will, by focusing and switching their energy towards Jerusalem.

And now Turkey’s government and military leaders are weighing options for a possible Turkish contribution to a planned military offensive against ISIS in Mosul. Erdogan of Turkey has his eyes on oil wealthy northern Iraq and Turkey in few years will arise to consume much flesh.

The influence of Mahdism is rooted in the two countries’ shared religious beliefs. Iran’s population is overwhelmingly Shi’ite, as are the majority of Iraqis. Tehran has built up its influence in the past decade by giving political backing to the Iraqi government, and weapons and advisers to the militias and the remnants of the Iraqi military, say current and former Iraqi officials.


Iran’s apocalyptic vision to lead Iran into victory “This banner was designed to show the final victory, led by Ibn al-Hasan Imam Mahdi”.

The military operation to regain control of the city of Tikrit, Saddam Hussein’s hometown from ISIS will succeed. The West will be happy to get rid of ISIS out of Iraq, while Iran will be happy to camp in Iraq permanently.


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  • AnthonyM

    Very interesting, Walid. What you say makes sense. We will be hearing more on this, I expect. But it is sad that the Obama Democrats are still planning to appease Iran. And they will probably take a few Victory Laps when ISIS is thrown out of Tikrit, saying ‘See, we were right!’

  • The Knight

    Two Mortal Enemies of The United States of America and Israel … The Enemy of your Enemy is your enemy that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – בנימין נתניהו​ Spoke of before Congress in which Obama, his Cabinet, administration and the Democratic Socialist Party’s (DSP) Congressmen/Women and DSP Senators gave a death ear to are attempting to take over Iraq and Syria … The War between Sunni and Shia for control of Syria and Iraq … The Muslim Brotherhoods Al-Qaeda and ISIS/ISOL … and Iran … Either one will affect Jordan and Saudi Arabia as well … Iranian Operatives have already taken over Yemen … Iran is trying to encircle Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, UAE (United Arab Emirates), Qatar, Bahrain, Oman and Kuwait.

    QUESTION: Why do YOU think that Obama, his Cabinet, administration and the DSP treated Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu disrespectful during his talk with Congress and the Senate?

    QUESTION: Why do YOU think that Obama and Kerry will not and DID NOT listen to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ?

    QUESTION: Why do YOU think that Obama is Pro-Islam and Anti-America/Anti-Israel ?

    • richinnameonly

      Um, I’d say it’s because he is a progressive, Islamic, Muslim Brotherhood crony that is surrounded by combinations of the same in high positions. They get away with it because the media is stupid and complicit, and the rest of the government is the same with an added dash of cowardice.

    • This Little Piggy

      I’d say his goals are the same as Iran, a fundamental transformation of America: bychanging the times & seasons & laws = changing to Islamic calendar & holidays & sharia law)

  • susan

    Makes me wonder if they haven’t already made some and like any good poker player they’re just playing out the rest of their hand.

    • koolmom21

      According to Major Scales, you are right and his response to Israel’s safety was:
      Major General Bob Scales said 3-4-2015
      “The only thing Israel can do now is in 3 or 4 years to build a deterrent capability, the arrow anti missile system or whatever” that HOPEFULL WILL SHOOT DOWN THE FIRST NUCLEAR TIP MISSILE THAT HEADS IN THEIR DIRECTION!”
      The birth pains are getting stronger!

  • koolmom21

    Obama is not fooling me. I remember in march of 2009, Obama said: “The United States wants the Islamic Republic of Iran to take its rightful place in the community of nations. You have that right, but it comes with real responsibilities. And that place cannot be reached through terror or arms, but rather through peaceful actions that demonstrate the true greatness of the Iranian people and civilization.”
    I have no doubt Iran has everything they need by now. Obama has allowed it. Obama will go down in history as the one who made peace with Iran but it will be a short history after they “wipe us off the face of the world. Remember Israel is the little satan and we are the great satan.
    I believe Benjamin Netanyahu said “The Enemy of your Enemy is your enemy” to warn congress about Obama fooling them. Obama has most of them convinced we need to appease islam. We know it’s the worst thing we can do but many people in congress listen to Obama because he is a good con artist. FYI satan is a good con artist also.

    • Fhr68

      Yup like I said Obama is a Mahdi mini me.

      • koolmom21

        Good title for him! lol

      • EBH54

        Ronald Reagan the great communicator.
        Barrack Obama the great facilitator (of evil)

        • Fhr68

          Yes regain warned about guys like him. And Americans in the beginning of elections were right to be Leary of Obama, the gut never lies.

          • EBH54

            McCain would have been a better choice domesticaly, but he would have been an equal fool in the Middle East. He would have been manipulated differently with the same results in foreign policy. It is almost impossible for a real knowledgable skilled leader to get elected to the presidency. It is going to be interesting if any of the next candidates will be able to articulate a coherent Middle East policy that diffuses the situation.

          • Fhr68

            Aww McCain is in on it , as early as the first president campaign where Obama ran, as far as I’m concerned this started back in the Carter days.

  • royal

    Could this be the Assrrian in Isaiah 10

  • theophorus

    I’ve often wondered about the title ‘little horn’. I wonder if that means that one of these less significant groups will spawn the antichrist

  • This Little Piggy

    He’s not fiddling. He’s been very busy fooling the West he’s incompetent & trying to be Mr. Peaceful, while he’s been actively bringing on his Caliphate.

    • Trevor

      Obama is not incompetent. He knows fully well what he is doing. He is doing the devil’s biding.

  • j7h

    That is exactly what I said to some friends – that the applause and standing ovations were all show. Shallow displays of false support. I was in tears watching him. He stood alone in a den of snakes and lions. If any in that room truly support him, even fewer will have the courage to show it by their actions. Israel is on God’s hands.

  • j7h

    You obviously don’t know very much about Iran. The point isn’t about the world as much as it is about Israel and the Middle East. Iran is very much a threat there.

  • Walid,
    If you haven’t already, could you one day do a post on the differences between Sunni and Shi’ite Muslims? From what I understand it comes down to succession for them as well, one claims to come from Mohammed (or his brother-in-law or cousin or whoever) and the other claims it comes from a teacher who was along side Mohammed? That is about all I know and I can never even keep straight in the media who comes from which tribe when their fighting. I also never know which side the U.S. supports and which one it fights in any way. I was hoping one day you could give us one of your classic posts explaining the history and development today and where nations in the Middle East stand as far as who is and supports either side. If you’ve already done this, can you post the link here? Thanks.

  • marlene

    We never learn, which is why we lose wars and soldiers. We did the same thing, on a lesser scale, in afghanistan when we empowered the taliban to fight, in effect, itself. Al qaeda was thus protected, then morphed into another name, causing an integration into DAESH, which also received our help. Obama said he would protect “ISIL” from those who would attack them. Thus, his support of iran. Also, getting israel out of the way would facilitate his thrusting America into his marxist one world government – a job this royal puppet was trained to accomplish. Fortunately, his Mission was not Impossible and the evidence of his mission is now unequivocably evidenced and documented. But who will stop him, and this agenda, if we are in the beginning of the last days and It Is Written? As God said “let those with ears, hear and those with eyes see.”

    • momprayn

      Another “Esther” ????

  • marlene

    If I were still teaching (2nd grade, 6th grade, and high school physics) I would start such a course about this site as required reading. If….only….

  • EBH54

    It looks like Israel is being slowly backed into a corner where a peace treaty with the antichrist will be their only option.

    • Trevor

      Excellent point there.

  • Trevor

    That is because the Christian leaders in the west have been taught wrong. It is the curse of Protestantism. By inventing a new sect of Christians, they threw away 2,000 years of Orthodoxy teachings, and created their own teachings. Unfortunately, Protestants continue to splinter further and further away from the sound doctrine of faith, moving away further from the root. Eventually, they will be cut off, gathered together, and be cast into the fire.

    It is tragic.

  • Diana

    In these end times, yes, Trevor. A lot of Jewish history should come to mind.
    Zechariah 14:1 Behold, the day of the Lord cometh, and thy spoil shall be divided in the midst of thee.

    2 For I will gather all nations against Jerusalem to battle; and the city shall be taken, and the houses rifled, and the women ravished; and half of the city shall go forth into captivity, and the residue of the people shall not be cut off from the city.

    3 Then shall the Lord go forth, and fight against those nations, as when he fought in the day of battle.

    Consider it. The Day of the Lord and the dispute over half of Jerusalem are presented in the same context. That’s because when half of Jerusalem goes into captivity, that crisis triggers a series of events that lead to the return of Jesus Christ.

    After those victories you named and so many more, it should have been first and foremost in their minds that all they needed was to trust God.

    Father God, remove the veil You have sovereignly placed over the eyes of Israel, that they would recognize Jesus as their Messiah. Cause the church to fulfill its commission to preach the Gospel to the whole world, so the full number of the Gentiles would come into the Kingdom. Then all Israel will be saved. (Romans 11:25-26) Turn the hearts of the people of Israel to trust in the name of the Lord for deliverance-not in the “chariots and horses” of their military might. (Zechariah 4:6) In Jesus name, Amen.

  • AnthonyM

    Yes. I assumed that Iran was simply a modern title of the country, and Persia was ancient. I confess, I had to look it up, but Iranian is nationality, Persian is ethnicity. In the 7th century, the Arabs conquered Iran and converted the mainly Zoroastrian population to Islam. Reza Shah Pahlavi requested the name Iran be used.