New York Times: US plans to intensify its military campaign against Daash[/ltr]
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The New York Times said US President Barack Obama's administration is seeking to intensify the campaign against al Daash in Iraq and Syria.
The newspaper quoted a US Department of Defense [Pentagon] as saying on Saturday that President Barack Obama's administration is seeking to intensify its military campaign against al [Daash in Iraq and Syria to launch more air strikes and increasing the number of special operations forces. "
According to the Pentagon, according to The New York Times that "the United States has prepared a plan to add dozens of special operations, where currently number 50 in Syria, an adviser forces."
The newspaper added that "the total number of American advisers in Syria could reach up to 200 adviser, which allows them to expand the scope of training for Syrian opposition fighters operations who are expected to play a pivotal role in the restoration of Raqqa city controlled by Daash process."
The Joint Command of the operations of the international coalition announced last Wednesday that the war against al Daash "entered its second phase, which focuses on the fragmentation and the dismantling of this terrorist organization in Iraq and Syria."
He said coalition spokesman Steve Warren told reporters: "The first phase of the military operation is over and we are now in the second phase which is focused on breaking up and the dismantling of the enemy."
And it sent the US military in the ninth of this month bombers "B-52" to Qatar to participate in the war against Daash in Iraq and Syria.
The Central Command said US Air Force, in a statement, is the first time, where these aircraft deployed to participate in combat operations in the Middle East, about 26 years ago, in Saudi Arabia during Operation "Desert Storm."