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Democratic Kurdistan: Sunni tribal negotiate Daash to withdraw from Mosul

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Democratic Kurdistan: Sunni tribal negotiate Daash to withdraw from Mosul

Post by rocky on Tue 02 Aug 2016, 5:54 am

Democratic Kurdistan: Sunni tribal negotiate Daash to withdraw from Mosul

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Twilight News / A leading figure in the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the Sunni tribal leaders in Mosul and the leaders of the Iraqi insurgency are conducting dialogues with the leaders in organizing Daash to persuade Syria to withdraw without a fight.
The leader of the disagreements broke out inside Daash between the leaders of Iraqi origin and those in favor of withdrawal to Syria while the Daash leaders of Arab and foreign assets opposes withdrawal and prefer to fight for the defense of Mosul.
He stressed that the international coalition supports the efforts of any solution in Mosul ,leading to the withdrawal of terrorist elements from the city to the Syrian tenderness, without afight for two main reasons, first is the great concerns of the international coalition countries that Mosul battle could last for three or four months. The second reason, is apprehension on displaced civilians file. According to what reported the Kuwaiti polatics the words of a leader who unnamed. 
, Who controlled the organization of the Islamic state on one - third of Iraq two years ago but was expelled since then from many areas at the hands of Kurdish forces and Shi'ite factions andarmed army being rebuilt slowly with support from the coalition led by the United States.



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Re: Democratic Kurdistan: Sunni tribal negotiate Daash to withdraw from Mosul

Post by Neno on Tue 02 Aug 2016, 6:03 pm

That will work too!!

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Re: Democratic Kurdistan: Sunni tribal negotiate Daash to withdraw from Mosul

Post by jedi17 on Tue 02 Aug 2016, 6:43 pm

the only problem is where will they go??  I am thinking that there is no really good spot for them to be.

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Re: Democratic Kurdistan: Sunni tribal negotiate Daash to withdraw from Mosul

Post by lonelyintexas on Tue 02 Aug 2016, 7:58 pm

Yes, that would be great. I remember seeing an article saying there will be a meeting towards the middle of this month also to try and settle what to do.
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Re: Democratic Kurdistan: Sunni tribal negotiate Daash to withdraw from Mosul

Post by jedi17 on Tue 02 Aug 2016, 8:36 pm

there is no settling, they want to create their own little country, there is only one way to get rid of them.

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