On Monday, King Abdullah II of Jordan became the first Arab head of state to visit Iraq since Saddam Hussein’s regime collapsed in 2003. The brief and previously unannounced visit was seen as a sign that Iraq’s Arab neighbors finally are shedding their fear of a Shiite Muslim-led Iraq. (Most nearby countries, like Iran and Jordon are Sunni Muslim-led.)
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