There is no question that US militarism constantly strengthens exactly that which it is pitched as trying to prevent, ensuring that the interventionists never lose their supply of reasons to continue the destructive war on terror and state demolition. Any doubters should ask Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, who four years ago said the war on Syria and the interwoven cycle of violence and chaos in the Middle East knows no borders: The regional war against the US-trained terrorist group of ISIL - once confined to battlefields within Iraq and Syria - is now rapidly spreading. The latest victims: France, Tunisia and Kuwait. As calls for US intervention – and snooping - grow louder in Congress, it is important to remember that the current crisis is in fact rooted in the destruction of Iraqi society brought on by the 2003 US-led invasion and occupation. So there are many reasons why new US military intervention is a terrible idea and Iraqis are better off without it. Recommended:US watched ISIS terrorists take RamadiAny shock and awe campaign will only make the situation worse. The Pentagon cannot help Iraqis caught in an open - ended war by dropping bombs on them. In addition, military intervention will deepen the major social, ethnic, religious and political divisions in Iraq and the wider region. As maintained by Ayatollah Khamenei, Iraq needs reconciliation and reconstruction, not intervention and the rebooting of war. In his words: “The US is trying to retake control of Iraq by exploiting sectarian rivalries. " It is now an open secret that the terrorist group of ISIL which claims to have carried out the recent attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait, has been trained, funded and supported via proxies in Jordan and Turkey to dismember Iraq into three states. Predictably, both Saudi Arabia and Qatar have issued statements blaming Iran and the Iraqi government for the carnage wrought by ISIL, and that includes its sectarian massacres, summary executions, destruction of churches and mosques, beheadings, car bombings and suicide attacks!Read Also:ISIS shows off new weaponry airdropped by USBut the reason is obvious: They remain unhappy at the reversal of fortunes Iraq and Syria have seen since the liberation of Kobani, Baiji and Tikrit, especially seeing that this has all happened with a helping hand from Iran. Saudi Arabia and Qatar are quite content to see militants from ISIL, al - Qaeda and Jabhat al - Nusra operate far from their borders, although they are keenly aware the bloodthirsty demons they created will one day turn on them if given the opportunity. Hence, the terrorist groups are kept at an arm’s length, busy settling scores and waging their financiers’ sectarian battles throughout the region. Despite that, the three attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait point to the unintended consequences the ISIL - Saudi - Qatari alliance will inevitably bring: The simultaneous attacks have now raised fears that ISIL’s swift insurgency could easily spill into neighboring Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan and other areas. ISIL has already gained grounds in Yemen, Libya, Tunisia, Egypt AND Europe. Predictably, the magic has turned against the magicians.This article was first published in Fars News Agency on Jun 30,2015.