As U.S. troops leave Iraq, Iran moves in to fill the void. (Getty Images )
As U.S. troops leave Iraq, Iran moves in to fill the void.
(Getty Images )

U.S. Influence in Iraq Continues to Diminish

April 16, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
As the United States disengages from Iraq, Iran continues to connect.
 

After more than $1 trillion spent and a decade of war and occupation, the U.S. has lost almost total control of Iraq. The Shiite-ruled nation has drifted away from American influence, choosing instead to build relations with its neighbor Iran. Who would have guessed?

When the U.S. invaded and tore down the statue of Saddam Hussein, there were few that expected Iraq to turn away from its liberators, and join with radical Iran. Even the Iraqi people celebrated on the streets at first. There was, however, one man predicting a very different outcome. In the June 2003 edition of the Trumpet, editor in chief Gerald Flurry published an article boldly stating:

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