British newspaper: suspicions and animosities in Iraq hangs over attempts to restore the towns and villages of Daash
Wednesday 11-05-2016 | 8:05:47
Shafaq News / The Guardian newspaper published an article by Martin Chuluuv from Iraq on "suspicions and animosities in Iraq hangs over attempts to restore the towns and villages of the organization of the Islamic state."
He says he Chuluuv in a hillside near one of the fronts with the "Islamic state", was an Iraqi army forces stuck waiting.
He adds that over several days last month, the attack seemed imminent regulation, but that has changed, where the organization was able to keep the Iraqi forces, trained by the United States, the first town they had controlled.
He adds that the road to Mosul, located about 60 miles from the area where there are troops there by about 25 town and village is under the control of the Islamic state.
Chuluuv says that two years after the invasion of the "Islamic state" for large areas of Iraq, the country is still burdened by ethnic and sectarian differences and political rigidity of the weakest power of the state and the development of the Iraqi army in a power struggle with the militias and with the Kurdish forces, thus weakening its ability to respond to the organization Islamic country.
Chuluuv say that many of the "Islamic State" fighters captured by Iraqi forces were carrying weapons seized from Iraqi forces after fleeing as between 80 thousand and a hundred thousand Iraqi troops and handed over to the area of the "Islamic state."
Chuluuv adds that Iraqi forces succeeded the following day in the restoration of a small village of the "Islamic state", and that was the first successes weeks ago.http://www.ara.shafaaq.com/70210