[ltr]The CIA warns of gangs Daash for war because of the increasing pressure on him in Iraq[/ltr][ltr]
WASHINGTON - Iraq Press - June 16: Detection and CIA Director (CIA) , John Brennan, said Thursday that al Daash seeks to send fighters to theWestern countries and attract sympathizers in theWest in order to launch a solo attack similar towhat happened in Orlando, Florida last Sunday.
Brennan said in testimony before the Intelligence Committee in the US Senate , "We believe that Daash works to train fighters and trying to send customers to launch more attacks , " adding thatthe organization has the staff and the wide range of foreign fighters who are likely to use them as agentsof him in the West.
The US official said that " the international coalition led by the United States is making progress in the war on Daash, but the campaign did not stop the organization , " according to his opinion.
" The organization still gets tens of millions of dollars at least monthly through taxes imposed on the people subject to it areas and sale of crude oil."
He added that "Daash is still intact and able to cope with the conditions imposed upon, as he can enter into the territory of his opponent and attacks." But Brennan said that " the organization 's ability to renew its fighters shrunk", and pointed out that "the necessary resources for terrorism modest, and that it would be necessary to inflict the biggest losses in territory and fighters and financial resources in order to reduce Daash capabilities significantly."
The US official predicted that Daash may depend in the coming months on the style gangs to compensate for the field Khosarath.
Brennan spoke of the seriousness of the organization, said "Daash and spread branches in the world outweigh the gravity of thebase when it was at the height of its power , " noting that " the fighters are preparing Daash tens of thousands around theworld."
On the other hand, Brennan said that "Daash in Libya is the most dangerous branches of the organization, as it includes thousands of people who have declared allegiance to him." He expressed concern about "the growing influence of theorganization and the possibility of attack near the Libyan terrorist operations in Europe."
He guessed that "pushes the increasing pressure on Daash in Iraq to intensify regulation of global terrorist campaign in orderto maintain its monopoly for the activities of international terrorism."
In another context, Brennan revealed that " the investigation did not find any evidence to suggest port Orlando attack , which killed 49 people as well as 53 wounded, terrorist organizations and coordinate." Q ended