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Iran Says ‘Netanyahu’s Dream’ of Independent Kurdistan Will Not Happen

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ISIS soldiers in convoy in confiscated trucks in Iraq. Photo: Twitter / nayelshafei.

ISIS soldiers in convoy in confiscated trucks in Iraq. Photo: Twitter / nayelshafei.

Ynet – Iran said on Sunday it supports Nuri al-Maliki’s bid to stay on as Iraq’s premier, but that it is ready to back any other candidate chosen by the Iraqi parliament.

Shiite-dominated Iran has said it is willing to provide Iraq advice and military assistance in the fight with the Sunni insurgents. However Tehran opposes a breakup of Iraq, denouncing it as an Israeli plot.

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