…. Attacks on American citizens, other foreigners, and Iranian citizens and officials during the time of the Shah. Involvement in a civil war in which it took a strong anti-American and anti-Western stance, was a more extreme leftwing movement than Iran’s Tudeh Communist Party, and regularly used terrorism and assassination during the struggle for power following the Shah. Involvement in a Saddam Hussein funded and supported military movement attacking Iran during the Iran-Iraq War, and in maintaining such a military movement on Iraqi soil during and after the invasion of Kuwait. Continuing involvement in a low level struggle of terrorism and …
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki held on Tuesday a meeting with a U.S. Congressional delegation, led by Senator John McCain, according to an official statement.
“Al-Maliki discussed with a delegation of U.S. congress, led by Senator John McCain, the development of bilateral relations and the ongoing political process,” said the statement received by Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
“The premier underlined the importance of boosting ties with Washington in all fields, and the signed strategic agreement,” it added.
“We are keen to form a government of national unity, which includes all political blocs,” the statement quoted the premier as saying .