Large reinforcements were reportedly being deployed by Iraq near the Syrian borders. (AFP)
Large reinforcements were reportedly being deployed by Iraq near the Syrian borders. (AFP)

For the first time, Iraqi forces opened fire on Syria shelling the positions of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) days after Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki warned that a victory of the Syrian opposition would spread chaos in the region.

Al Arabiya correspondent near the Syrian-Iraqi border reported that Iraqi snipers took up positions on buildings near the Rebiya crossing while others forces shelled the positions of the Free Syrian Army.

The correspondent said that large reinforcements were being deployed by the Maliki government in Baghdad near the Syrian borders.

On Wednesday, Maliki warned if victory by Syrian rebels will spark sectarian wars in his own country and in Lebanon and will create a new haven for al-Qaeda that would destabilize the region.

“Neither the opposition nor the regime can finish each other off,” he said. “If the opposition is victorious, there will be a civil war in Lebanon, divisions in Jordan and a sectarian war in Iraq,” Maliki said in an interview with the Associated Press.

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Thats the new angle to the Syrian rebellion. Co-op US-Russia let others do the dirty work and earn a ton of money and publicity. As they were the good guys. The iraqi army wouldnt dare to fart without the permission from the US administration.

Jct: Now, that was unexpected. US-supported Iraq (?) shelling US-supported terrorists in Syria. Weird. Maybe the US control isn't all that great over Iraq if they're going to try to stop the war from spreading to their land.



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