This sure does feel like Iraq is bedding down to protect themselves from external attacks. Perhaps they have received multiple threats and are in preparation for another false flag attack on the part of Israel?
Tuesday,October 2 2012, Your time is 19:28:32
Iraq’s Cabinet has recommended Parliament abrogate treaties permitting foreign forces in the country as the Turkish government submitted a motion to extend cross-border operations against members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
“The cabinet decided to reject the presence of any foreign bases or forces on Iraqi land and to reject the entry of any foreign military forces into Iraqi land,” government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said in a statement.
The spokesman confirmed that the Cabinet recommended Parliament cancel and not extend any treaty signed in the past with any foreign state that allows the presence of foreign forces and military bases on Iraqi land or the entry of these forces. The Cabinet also condemned the Turkish government’s motion to extend cross-border operations against militants in northern Iraq. The government motion for a one-year extension of the Turkish military’s authorization to stage cross-border operations was already submitted to Parliament in late September.