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The Washington Post: Other wars will face after the defeat of Iraq in Mosul Daash

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The Washington Post: Other wars will face after the defeat of Iraq in Mosul Daash

Post by rocky on Tue 16 Aug 2016, 2:35 am

[ltr]The Washington Post: Other wars will face after the defeat of Iraq in Mosul Daash[/ltr]

 Since 15/08/2016 17:33 pm (Baghdad time)
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[ltr]It does not seem that the situation in Iraq will go for the better after successive defeats to organize Daash that could be most recently after the expected attack by government forces and the popular crowd on the city of Mosul, the last bastion of the organization in Iraq, according to cited the Washington Post reported.[/ltr]
[ltr]And it predicted the American newspaper, Sunday, that "vow of wars and other conflicts looming on the Iraqi horizon; it seemed so obvious and evident when the demarcation lines between the Kurdish Peshmerga forces and the crowd popular in the mixed areas, the most important city of Kirkuk (northern Iraq)."[/ltr]
[ltr]The paper says that "despite the apparent alliance between the Peshmerga forces and the crowd People's happening now, but that was only for the fact that their interests may be met in order to eliminate the organization Daash which could unravel quickly in front of wild crowds on the one hand, and air strikes of the coalition forces on the other."[/ltr]
[ltr]And suggests that "the problems and new conflicts will emerge to the surface in the Iraqi scene, as that over the past two years there have been cases of overlooked, to a large extent, from the long-standing differences between the Shiites and Kurds to address the threat Adahmanm, but those differences on issues such as the distribution of power The land, money and oil have not been resolved. "[/ltr]
[ltr]For his part, he said more than a goldsmith, of the Carnegie Middle East Center, according to the Washington Post that "the failure to address Sunni grievances that helped to fuel the rise of militants means that the deprivation and alienation cycle and then the rebellion will start all over again."[/ltr]
[ltr]She mobility modern jeweler "It's a complex battle and the chaos that can be easily unleash new conflicts, as the victors in the war, in turn, will turn on each other; and then to try to control the land left behind a common enemy."[/ltr]
[ltr]A good example of this, according to the newspaper, "Tuz city (174 km north of Baghdad), religiously and ethnically mixed and witnessed late last year of armed conflict between Kurdish fighters and the crowd; in an attempt to acquire and fill the vacuum after the withdrawal of the organization Daash of the region."[/ltr]
[ltr]The central government hopes that its control over areas controlled by the Kurds after the defeat al Daash according to Iraq's government spokesman, Saad al-Hadithi control, noting that no one is trying to exploit the situation and control over those areas would be temporary because it is against the constitution.[/ltr]
[ltr]The newspaper pointed out that "the situation in the city of Mosul will be more complicated because its contents this city of a community mixture, represented Sunni Arabs as an essential component, as well as complete sets of Shiite Turkmen, Kurds, Christians, Yazidis, Shabak, and each of these conflicting visions about how to keep management after the liberation fully ".anthy 29 / tc n[/ltr]




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Re: The Washington Post: Other wars will face after the defeat of Iraq in Mosul Daash

Post by weslin3 on Tue 16 Aug 2016, 8:01 am

There will always be conflict over there to a certain degree. Has for thousands of years.

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