In this Wednesday, June 19, 2013 photo, Abdul-Sattar Abdul-Jabar speaks during an interview with the Associated Press at the Sunni-dominated Azamiyah neighborhood in northern Baghdad, Iraq. Abdul-Jabar, is a Sunni cleric who preaches at the prominent Abu Hanifa mosque in the Sunni-dominated Azamiyah neighborhood. Two of his sons were killed by Shiite militiamen. He blames two countries for Iraq's strife: America and Iran. “Right from the beginning, the Americans were trying to create sectarian rifts” after the invasion, he said. “Iran is a country of regional ambitions. It isn't a Shiite country. It's a country with specific schemes and agendas.” Now he fears the strife is returning, and he blames the Shiite-dominated government. (AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed)

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In this Wednesday, June 19, 2013 photo, Abdul-Sattar Abdul-Jabar speaks during an interview with the Associated Press at the Sunni-dominated Azamiyah neighborhood in northern Baghdad, Iraq. Abdul-Jabar, is a Sunni cleric who preaches at the prominent Abu Hanifa mosque in the Sunni-dominated Azamiyah neighborhood. Two of his sons were killed by Shiite militiamen. He blames two countries for Iraq's strife: America and Iran. “Right from the beginning, the Americans were trying to create sectarian rifts” after the invasion, he said. “Iran is a country of regional ambitions. It isn't a Shiite country. It's a country with specific schemes and agendas.” Now he fears the strife is returning, and he blames the Shiite-dominated government. (AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed)
In this Wednesday, June 19, 2013 photo, Abdul-Sattar Abdul-Jabar speaks during an interview with the Associated Press at the Sunni-dominated Azamiyah neighborhood in northern Baghdad, Iraq. Abdul-Jabar, is a Sunni cleric who preaches at the prominent Abu Hanifa mosque in the Sunni-dominated Azamiyah neighborhood. Two of his sons were killed by Shiite militiamen. He blames two countries for Iraq's strife: America and Iran. “Right from the beginning, the Americans were trying to create sectarian rifts” after the invasion, he said. “Iran is a country of regional ambitions. It isn't a Shiite country. It's a country with specific schemes and agendas.” Now he fears the strife is returning, and he blames the Shiite-dominated government. (AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed)
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