[ltr]Wall Street: Daesh on his way out, too, and its effects will be reflected in the division of Iraq and Syria[/ltr][ltr]
WASHINGTON - Iraq Press - September 11 / September: the newspaper " The Wall Street Journal , " the American said, if Daesh terrorist onhis way to fall quickly, after successive losses suffered recently in Iraq and Syria, as she put it .
The newspaper said in a report, that " it has recently Daesh grip on the cities of Ramadi and Fallujah in Iraq, and the city of Palmyra in Syria,the Syrian side of the countryside adjacent to theborder with Turkey."
She continued , " the land which was under thecontrol Daesh in Syria and Iraq, which was approximately the same size of Britain, has shrunk rapidly in recent months."
The newspaper went on, " the coming months will also see the important battle against the last strongholds of the organization, namely the cities of Mosul in Iraq and tenderness in Syria, and it is unlikely he will win it , " she said.
It was the CIA "CIA" director John Brennan, said in a conference held in Washington to discuss issues of national security two days ago, the presence of Daesh will last a long time in the Middle East, though the risk of the return of the fighters regulation to their countries of origin remains.
According to "Reuters", Brennan said, during his assessment of the current situation in Syria and Iraq, the Syrian crisis of themost complex problems he faced during his presidency of the CIA, saying , "Even if we manage to defeat Daesh squares, but the political, economic, social and sectarian problems will continue to grow." Q ended