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No stabilization should be expected in Iraq in the next 10-15 years
No stabilization should be expected in Iraq in the next 10-15 years, said the Russian President's advisor, leader of the All-Russia Islamic Congress Aslambek Aslakhanov, the author of several books on the problem of terrorism. "Dangerous trends may spread from Iraq onto the neighboring countries. As a result, all states, including Russia and America, will lose," Mr. Aslakhanov stressed. According to him, no side will benefit by trying to stick a label of terrorism on this or that country. "There are a few grounds to accuse such countries as Syria and Iran of supporting terrorism," he noted. Mr. Aslakhanov believes that as it was in Iraq's case these accusations are misinformation aimed to let the interested circles implement their plans. If they pursue this policy regarding Iran, Syria or other countries because they dislike them for some reasons or can accuse them of terrorism unaware of the real situation, this will not lead to the stabilization in the world but will increase the feeling of injustice and uncertainty. "Thus, a social basis for spreading terrorism on these countries will be formed," Mr. Aslakhanov concluded.
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