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LIGNET: Former CIA Chief Says Iran influence in Iraq Will Grow in 2012

Friday, 13 Jan 2012 01:20 PM

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In an exclusive interview with LIGNET.com, former CIA Director Michael Hayden says Iraq is likely to fall under the sway of Iran in 2012, and worse.

The United States, says Hayden, served as a moderating influence in Iraq. But with the last U.S. convoy out in December, Iraq is erupting in violence and Iraqis are more likely to look to Iranians, and one other group, for support.

Click HERE to watch the video of LIGNET’s interview with Gen. Hayden and to read the full report of what he said about Iran.

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