Two years of KD dens «Daash» Oaadta blueprint for Iraq
[rtl] Translation - Anis al - Saffar
two years from now , hit the US - led coalition air strikes first to organize "Daash" alleged by theState and that was marking the start of the stage of the most profound intervention resulted inchanging the face of the fight against the terrorist group in Iraq dramatic change. Since then enabled the Coalition strikes, that 9400 strike exceeded the number, the Iraqi forces to crawl and grab the cities and towns from theclutches of the enemy and the security of supply and infrastructure lines.
Estimated coalition led by the United States that "Daash" gangs has lost since the start ofstrikes in August 8 , 2014 more 40 percent of the territory that had been captured inside Iraq. But in the time that paved the Coalition strikes the way for ground troops and Iraqi Kurdish units to regain the lost areas were those gains nibbled.
The catalyst for the start of the first strikes alliance is thrust taken by "Daash" from thecity of Mosul after a few weeks of the invasion , the first carried out by the Lands Iraqi. It drunken one rule from many locations on the front line , which was invaded in early August 2014. It was the fall of the al - Qaeda fighters put "Daash" throw 30 kilometers from the city of Arbil , capital of Kurdistan province.
Says Ayoub Khilani, a Peshmerga soldiers who were stationed in a drunken base with their unit just before the attack , "Daash" them "was" Daash "moving to break into thetown and we we continue to withdraw to the mountains."
after three days of aerial bombardment taking offers "Daash" towards Arbil is slowing down and then Kurdish forces were able to al - Qaida restored . Two years after that battle back against "Daash" to move westward across the Tigris River toward Mosul and moved from a drunk and put a front active to assign static site. He says Khilani: "Without the heavy air strikes and artillery (received by Iraqi forces from the coalition) , we would have to now over the mountains."
President Obama said on declared his implementation of air strikes in Iraq in 2014: " Iwill not let the United States slide into a second war in Iraq and the forces fighting theUS will not return to fight new battles there. "
but the Pentagon announced on Friday that nearly 400 US troops will be sent to thesouth of Mosul areas, where Qayyarah air base is located, to provide assistance in thesecond largest city of the restoration process in Iraq. This sent the force is part of the560 extra troops President Obama acknowledged their participation in the mission in Iraq last month. The Pentagon says there are currently about 3,800 US troops in Iraq, does not fall within these hundreds of soldiers who perform temporary duty are not entitled toofficial census. With the growing momentum for the restoration of the city of Mosul sores two victories heavy price remains vivid Canvas visible. Before the nine months Kurdish forces retook the small town of Sinjar, north of the city of Mosul, a town Yazidis constitute the majority of the population, but they are still far rubble and ruins. While not Sinjar has been "liberated" from the technical point of view , the vast majority of its people still live in camps set up for displaced everywhere from northern Iraq. The
Pentagon claims that 55 civilians had just fallen in Iraq and Syria since the beginning of the air campaign on "Daash" but humanitarian aid groups and human rights asserts that this figure greatly diluted. The estimated "Aaroirz" project, a project that monitors theresults of air strikes targeting "Daash," that at least 1568 civilians have been killed since the start of the alliance.
Also, the address for "Daash" and its response to the wake was meant for the forces andKurdish Peshmerga mastery tightening their grip on the disputed areas. Has managed these forces, assigned closely by the coalition training and the exchange of information and air strikes, the restoration of hundreds of towns and villages from the hand of"Daash."
Through the inhabitants of Mosul , who managed to flee to Arbil , in the summer of 2014 for their happiness first strikes inflicted by coalition forces , terrorists and hoped The rising momentum of intervention to flush out the terrorists quickly and to allow civilians toreturn to their homes. But the temporary tents erected in the gardens of churches and buildings unfinished replaced by today 's regular rows of mobile homes on the outskirts of town and its outskirts have become even closer to residential neighborhoods them into temporary housing. Information gathered by the International Organization for Migration (IOM ) reports that more than 3.2 million Iraqis are still living away from their areas in various parts of Iraq.
In the summer of 2014 forced Canadian Hamid Majid, aged 30 years, to flee from thecity of Mosul with his wife. The young couple by the time that it would take more than aday, but it's been two years they have been living in Arbil. Kennedy says he is skeptical that he will be able to return one day, even after Iraqi forces regain Mosul will continue to have doubts to become the city safe enough to allow him to return to them and housing them. Kennedy says: " The more we look into the future and saw the darkness of the unknown." * The New York Times / for The Associated Press[/rtl]