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Iran to Obama administration, stay out of Iraq, we will handle it! Looks like Obama is listening.

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Iran to Obama administration, stay out of Iraq, we will handle it! Looks like Obama is listening.
TEHRAN — Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said Sunday that he was against any intervention by the United States in neighboring Iraq, where Islamic extremists and Sunni militants opposed to Iran have seized a number of towns and cities, the official news agency IRNA reported.

“We strongly oppose the intervention of the U.S. and others in the domestic affairs of Iraq,” Ayatollah Khamenei was quoted as saying, in his first reaction to the crisis.

“The main dispute in Iraq is between those who want Iraq to join the U.S. camp and those who seek an independent Iraq,” said the ayatollah, who has the final say over government policies. “The U.S. aims to bring its own blind followers to power since the U.S. is not happy about the current government in Iraq.”

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Ayatollah Khamenei said Iraq’s government and its people, with the help of top clerics, would be able to end the “sedition” there, saying extremists are hostile to both Shiites and Sunnis who seek an independent Iraq.

Earlier on Sunday, Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, said that some countries “feed terrorists by their petrodollars,” in a veiled reference to the Arab Persian Gulf states, and warned that such support would come back to haunt them.

“Rest assured, tomorrow will be your turn,” Mr. Rouhani said. “The barbarous terrorists will go after supporters of terrorism in the future.”

[link to www.nytimes.com]