Iran Sends Two Batallions Of Revolutionary Guards To Defend Baghdad Iraq and Send Forces To Retake Tikrit From ISIS…

This video from yesterday shows the Iraqi Army being marched by ISIS out of Tikrit.

What fate awaits these Iraqi Troops?

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#IRAQ this is what happens to Maliki’s soldiers in Iraq when they they bump into the wrong people! LONG LIVE ISLAMIC STATE OF IRAQ AND SHAAM (ISIS)!

•  The decapitated heads of policeman and soldiers are lining the streets of Iraq’s second biggest city, a displaced Iraqi woman has revealed today.  (LINK)

•  Earlier a UK report showed: A 150-man unit of the Quds Force, the elite section of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, has deployed to Iraq, supported by a team of Saberin, Tehran’s equivalent of the SAS.  (link)

Now, after President Obama failed to act, Iran sends more….  (Via WSJ) Iran has deployed Revolutionary Guard forces to fight al Qaeda-inspired militants that have overrun a string of Iraqi cities, and it has helped Iraqi troops win back control of most of Tikrit, Iranian security sources said.


Two battalions of the Quds Forces, the elite overseas branch of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps that have long operated in Iraq, have come to the aid of the besieged, Shiite-dominated government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, they said.

Combined Iraqi-Iranian forces had retaken control across 85% of Tikrit, the birthplace of former dictator Saddam Hussein, according to Iraqi and Iranian security sources.

They were helping guard the capital Baghdad and the two cities of Najaf and Karbala, which have been targeted by the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, an al Qaeda offshoot whose lightning offensive has thrown Iraq into its worse turmoil since the sectarian fighting that followed the 2003 U.S. invasion of the country.

Tehran has also positioned troops along its border with Iraq and promised to bomb rebel forces if they close within 100 kilometers, or 62 miles, from Iran’s border, according to an Iranian army general.  (read more)

iraq map isis advance

Think about it:   Iran will now is now defending the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. 

What do you think the outcome of this new “power reality” will be when Iran demands to move forward in their goals for a nuclear weapon ?

By not acting, and allowing Iran to fill the void, we’ve effectively just ceded all possible hope of leveraging Iran away from their nuclear ambitions.

Remember this day !

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74 Responses to Iran Sends Two Batallions Of Revolutionary Guards To Defend Baghdad Iraq and Send Forces To Retake Tikrit From ISIS…

  1. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    This is an international Kabuki farce being played out in Iraq. (see Czar’s comments in the other thread, and my replies) Obama is fiddling while Iraq burns, and Iran is in this up to their necks. Don’t be a bit surprised when stories emerge that show Iran had a hand in undermining the US backed government in Baghdad, at the same time they are sending troops to aid their new-found “ally” and BFF, Iraq. And the ZERO aided in this turn of events.


    • John Galt says:

      Obama explained:


    • David says:

      Iran backs the Shia’s not the Sunni’s which your post implies. You have it backwards the ISIS is more likely to be backed by Obama and Saudi Arabia than Iran.

      As the ISIS moves south the Iranians will enter Iraq to defend the Shia who mostly live in the south.


  2. John Galt says:

    Can we impeach the Sunni terrorist traitor in the WH now?


  3. Sharon says:



  4. lovemygirl says:

    Now this makes more sense. I misunderstood Czar’s comments and thought Iran was helping ISIS. I can see O using drones or cruise missiles in a limp wristed response that would change nothing.


    • canadacan says:

      its called paying the piper


    • Abortion Barbie says:

      He has pigmentation immunity, to hold him accountable for crimes and neglectful incompetence would be racist!


    • David says:

      Obama supports ISIS as he needs them to cut off the Iran-Iraq-Syria resupply route, which is what this entire attack is about. So i don’t expect him to bomb ISIS.


    • czarowniczy says:

      Yep, I should have been more clearerer but I was rushed getting it out. For anyone who’s worked the field this was a slam dunk, a gimme, as obvious as hell – it just came a wee bit faster than I thought it would. No credit there. If I’m right this will be one of those moment a future History Channel special will be built around.


  5. Sharon says:

    Stop the presses. Apparently it’s nothing to worry about.

    Thursday on CNN’s “New Day,” host Brooke Baldwin asked the Pentagon’s press secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby what worried them most about Iraq falling into chaos as al-Qaeda fighters sweep through northern Iraq toward Baghdad.

    Kirby replied that it was “not so much worry,” but more a “sustained focus” on the “threat of extremism,” which he said was “not only in Iraq.”


  6. sundance says:

    We just need to track down which golf course he’s on first….


  7. sundance says:


  8. partyzantski says:
    OK… cognitive dissonance abounds. How is it that one group who we arm, train & equip is able to so massively whup another that we recently armed, trained & equipped?

    I heard today some idiot on the radio wondering aloud how we could stand up for Iraq when the Iraqis would not stand up for themselves… the speaker misunderstood the nature of middle eastern society, in that stripping off your uniform and heading home IS standing up for yourself so that you do not get your head sliced off by the opposition, who were apparently trained/equipped by the U.S. I think the beheading thing is a local idiosyncrasy, though. Let’s call it “innovation”.

    The peoples there are TRIBAL, and do not resemble post Westphalian western nations. It is a convenient fiction so that we can feel better about ourselves, that we are all the same, yadda yadda. The social structure and rings of trust are entirely ancient and pre-westphalian.


  9. sundance says:


  10. lorac says:

    This is what happens when you have a Commander in Chief who is a complete idiot. Every sacrifice made by every soldier who fought in Iraq was all for nothing. My son spent an entire year over there missing holidays, birthdays, graduations, etc all for what? Thank God he came back alive but for those that came back in caskets or injured this is nothing but a slap in the face.


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  12. sundance says:

    The decapitated heads of policeman and soldiers are lining the streets of Iraq’s second biggest city, a displaced Iraqi woman has revealed today.

    Speaking from a refugee camp to which she fled after jihadists from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (also known as ISIS) invaded the northern city of Mosul on Tuesday, the woman told of the horrific treatment meted out to those who do not bow to their rapidly expanding rule.


  13. doodahdaze says:

    You ain’t seen nothing yet. He is on a roll now.


  14. sundance says:


  15. Sharon says:

    The group so extreme it got booted from al Qaeda controls huge swaths of territory. And now ISIS has got the heavy weaponry to back it up.

    With the fall of Mosul on Tuesday, Iraq’s al Qaeda offshoot has not only seized the country’s second-largest city, it appears it also has come into possession of the heavy weapons and vehicles the U.S. military had provided Iraq’s military to fight them.


  16. doodahdaze says:

    Do not panic. Hostilities are over. Be calm. Islam is a peaceful religion. We do not need to worry about our oil supply from our Islamic Brothers. President Obama has it covered. Do not panic. Be calm. We have plenty of Windmills and Solar panels from China. If Gas goes to 10 Obamabucks a gallon it will be good for the environment and Mother Earth.


  17. doodahdaze says:

    But Islam is a peaceful religion. Our Islamic Brothers will be nice guys.


  18. Sharon says:

    ….but we have offered our condolences. Flowers to follow.

    “The United States strongly condemns the recent attacks in Iraq by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL),” the statement read. “We offer our condolences to the families of those killed and underscore our commitment to assist the Iraqi people as they confront the threat that ISIL poses to Iraq and the region.”

    So there.

    Keep in mind that the ones who “underscore their commitment” here are the same yahoos who don’t know the difference between transparency and exposure.

    I couldn’t have imagined I would ever be glad that the Churchill bust was sent back, but I think it’s all right that even that bust is not in Washington to have to endure proximity to this piece of work.

    Condemnation and condolences are now national policy when our friends and allies are fried by their enemies while waiting for promises to be fulfilled….and I expect that there is zero advancing staging of what would be required to fulfill those promises even if obama wanted to.


  19. Sal says:

    All of this will drive oil prices to record levels…Too bad we don’t have the Keystone pipeline and the additional 600K barrels a day to offset declining Iraqi crude exports…


  20. doodahdaze says:

    Too bad Obambi deactivated our A-10 Squadrons. They could shoot the hell out of these Muzzie Fanatics.


  21. bob e says:

    2 1/2 years to go ..then we get hillary


  22. Scott says:

    The American public (at least those who vote) elected a COMMUNITY ORGANIZER to the highest office in the land….TWICE. Did anyone really expect a different result than what we are now experiencing? So who REALLY is to blame?

    Sadly, these are the consequences of America’s naivete’ and apathy. No one should be surprised. Our anger should be directed not only at the administration, but more accurately at that segment of the population which made an imbecile our president.

    We can only hope we will learn from this, before it’s too late. Not sure we will, but we can hope…and we can work. Will we mobilize in November, and again in 2016? Will we commit ourselves to the task, or simply complain about political incompetence? There’s a comforting sort of release in “preaching to the choir”, but WE are already of like mind. Our energies are better spent with those who either don’t understand or who prefer to stick their heads in the sand. Now and in the coming months, I hope we will be equally energized when engaging the opposition, as in college kids, public employees, and those on state or federal assistance, etc. These are the folks who need to be informed and enlightened. THESE are the votes we will need to turn the tide.

    America hangs in the balance.


  23. P.Spinach says:

    This is dread.ful

    ISIS is said to be more powerful and worse than Al Queda.

    Knowing Obama was in charge at the White House, Iraq nationals turned and ran when ISIS came. Leadership means everything. This like every other battle in history when the leader vacates his position (through illness, in this case his chair), soldiers buckle.


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  25. michellc says:

    They mocked America on twitter: via weaselzippers

    They sent America a warning:via libertyunyielding
    This is a message that we address to America.

    You should know O protector of the cross, that the proxy war in Ash-Sham will not benefit you just as it has not benefited you in Iraq, and you shall soon be forced to be in direct confrontation by the permission of Allah, and the sons of Islam have been waiting for this day.

    {So wait; for indeed we along with you are waiting.} (9:52)

    What has anyone in the United States government been doing? Oh, I know inviting thousands of illegals into our country. Which makes you wonder if kids can so easily cross our borders, how hard would it be for terrorists?
    Oh and Obama said 2 days ago we need Australian laws on guns.
    It’s looking more and more like it’s not a conspiracy theory any longer, it’s getting real darn close to our reality.


  26. czarowniczy says:

    By George. predictable if I do say so myself – and i did, earlier. Note that later this afternoon Iranian Prez Rouhani has said Iran is committed to send troops into Iraq to fight the ISIS if an international coalition isn’t formed to do so. He’s saying that ‘friends always help friends’ which, to me, means he’s looking at sealing their control of the Shia areas where the oil, pipelines and refineries are. He also mentioned the Us and Saudi Arabia as being behind these troubles in Iraq AND in Syria and will ‘feel the heat soon’. Well now, having listened to the POtuS’s speech on this issue at noon wherein he said, in a few thousand words or so, that they’re deeply discussing the issue and will examine all options using a panel or panels of experts – Obamaspeak for he don’t know what he be doin’ and don’ plans on be doin’ sh*t.
    How many America lives thrown out the window? How much American treasure wasted for nothing? How many more lives from the Mideast to MidAmerica are yet to be lost/wasted? History, unless written by the progressives, will declare this to be a watershed moment in the decline of America – and this crap he’s started over there will be coming home to roost in short order.


    • CrankyinAZ says:

      Think the States can kiss any oil from Iraq good-bye for .. like forever. Too bad Obama ticked off the Canadians… Come to think of it, who hasn’t he ticked off?


      • czarowniczy says:

        Iraq, Kuwait, and other Gulf states will eventually stop the pumps as they see the Iranian/Russian military puppets take over territory at will as the US and NATO do nothing. The sheer terror of the ISIS’s (try saying that without speech therapy) methods is designed to scare the crap out of the more civilized (and I use that expression for lack of a better one) Gulf oil states. Large bands of hellions executing, raping, pillaging, executing and generally acting badly as they steamroller through Iraq – every moneybags Muslim from Morocco to India knows that Iran’s behind it and that it’s meant to be a show of the Iranian resoluteness and callousness and the US and NATO’s lack of resolve.. Don’t think for a second this is being lost on them.


        • doodahdaze says:

          IMO Irag is going to cease to exist. Oboze will allow Southern Iraq to be taken by IRAN and the Western and Northern Iraq to ISIS. Somehow this fits in to his master plan for destruction.


          • czarowniczy says:

            For now Iran/Russia want the petro areas, the rest of the godforsaken sandbox can go to whichever bordering country the other players in the area want them. Iraq could stay in one piece under Iranian Shite (did I miss an ‘i’ there?) but could get broken up too. I believe a while back I’d mentioned that Iran/Russia owning Iraq would give them a nice flank on Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and – Israel. Let’s not forget that the ‘al-Sham’ in its name means ‘Levant’ or Greater Syria.
            ISIS is and has been whacking Shia left and right yet only now has Iran sent in fighters – religious ones at that – to control the situation. As badly as Iran’s been looking for an excuse to intervene in Iraq I’d think they’d have done so long before now – but then the ISIS would not have gained so much territory and worldwide notoriety making Iran’s entry that much more acceptable. A few more dead Shia on their way to paradise in a good cause don’t much matter to the planners one way or the other. Saddam’s goal of a new Babylonian Empire might become real after all, just under the caliphate’s flag.
            Y’all be watchin’ those gas prices over the next few weeks, even if the oil flow isn’t interrupted the expectation of higher prices is being floated and that’s enough for the porkers to go for it. Wonder if the Texaco star will be red and sittin’ in the bay of a crescent moon soon?


  27. Stormy says:

    It must be a coincidence that their acronym, ISIS, is also the name of a female deity worshiped in ancient Egypt as well as currently worshiped by pagans, wiccans, and other cults.


  28. Sal Paradise says:

    That army marching looks defeated already…..Did we leave duce and halves and other vehicles behind for them to use or did the militants get them all?


  29. triper57 says:

    If we get involved in this could it unite these two waring factions to combine forces against us?


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