July 10, 2004 - “Iran has been working assiduously among Iraqi Shiites ever since the fall of Baghdad in April, 2003, to exploit every upsurge, every advance, every disaster, Hugh Graham writes in the Canadian magazine Walrus. “Tehran’s intelligence agencies, its ministries, its private charities, and above all, some of its clerics are steadily extending their reach in Iraq, although not always with the same ultimate aims in mind,” it adds. “Some of this activity has been greatly facilitated by Washington's inability to enforce the border between the two countries, he writes.
IRAQ: “Iran’s Great Game”
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