You can play the short clip, where a very brief and yet precise analysis from journalist Pepe Escobar, tells you what the 'Basra cease-fire' was all about. He refers to the revolutionary guards as peace-makers (in Basra's case) but he somehow fails to mention that if the Iranian revolutionary guards have such peace-making power in Iraq, at the other end, they have the opposite power as well. In other words, they can easily creat a turmoil, control it and stop it at their will, whereas the American's supported Al-Maleki government cannot do much of the above.
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