Parliamentary Finance: Washington is unable to take economic sanctions against Iraq

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Parliamentary Finance: Washington is unable to take economic sanctions against Iraq

Muhammad Ibrahim, a former member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, stated on Wednesday that any economic sanctions imposed by the United States on Iraq would have far-reaching consequences on the entire region, particularly in terms of the dollar. Ibrahim emphasized that America is fully aware of the potential repercussions and will not be able to take any economic action against Iraq.

Ibrahim stated that some American agents in Iraq are spreading rumors to intimidate society from further attempts by American forces to leave Iraq.

He said, “The rumors are intended to keep American forces in Iraq and ensure that they do not leave the country by spreading ideas about the possibility of imposing economic sanctions and stopping the export of the dollar to Iraq, all to serve American projects.”

He said, “The American side is unable to take economic measures against Iraq because it is aware of the extent of the repercussions that the region is exposed to, especially in Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Iran, and Turkey.”

Ibrahim pointed out that any American action against Iraq would greatly affect the economic situation of the region in terms of the dollar.