The deal which was recently brokered between ISIS terror group and Hezbollah militia in the Lebanese district of Jurud Arsal is suspicious in many ways.
According to the deal, dozens of ISIS terrorists with their families were able to leave the Lebanese-Syrian borders in air-conditioned buses to ISIS held areas at Iraqi-Syrian borders under the protection of Hezbollah and supervision of Assad regime
Hezbollah has claimed that the key drivers for the deal with ISIS terror group are to bring back the corpse of a Lebanese soldier and to uncover the fate of missing Lebanese soldiers.
However, the real motives behind the suspicious deal between Hezbollah and ISIS terrorists are still unclear.
Experts told The Baghdad Post that Iran seeks to bring Hezbollah closer than all other Shiite militias.
Abadi well understands the game
It seems like Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi understands Iran's game, so he started to connect the deal with ousting ISIS from Tal Afar district.
Analysts said that Abadi's new Tactic is considered a pressure on Iran's proxies and militias in Iraq and the region.
The Deal is deep embarrassment for Iran
The deal has caused a deep embarrassment to Tehran's allies in Iraq, who described it as a "betrayal for the axis of resistance" funded by Iran and including Hezbollah and Iraqi armed factions.
Sources say the controversial deal has allowed important Iraqi parties to express their concerns about Iranian suspicious role in Iraq
They exposed Iranian attempts to exploit Iraqi young Shiite extremist parties in a scheme designed to boost Tehran's influence in the region.
The media campaign against the deal also removed the mask of Hezbollah and contributed to the demise of its sacred halo.
Confronting the anti-deal figures
After the strong opposition the deal faced inside Iraq, Hezbollah began to target the anti-deal figures.
One of those is the Shiite cleric Sheikh Fadel al-Bedeiri who had recently survived an assassination attempt after 72 hours of declaring his opposition to the deal.
Experts say the deal and its implications in Iraq reinforced the crystallizing of a moderate Arab Shiite axis that is facing the influence of the pro-Tehran Shiite parties.
Supporters of the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr played an important role in forming an Iraqi public opinion against Hezbollah's deal and its defenders, they added.
Analysts told The Baghdad Post that repercussions of this suspicious deal are very serious as it proves the existence of a secret relationship between Hezbollah and ISIS terrorists. It also draws attention to ambitions of Hezbollah in Iraq.
It also proves that Iraq has become a battlefield for the militias, and there is a hidden agenda that will be implemented by Hassan Nasrallah in Baghdad and will be revealed soon.
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