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The Times: What after the liberation of Mosul



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The Times: What after the liberation of Mosul

Post by rocky on Sun 25 Sep 2016, 2:04 am

[ltr]The Times: What after the liberation of Mosul[/ltr]

 Since 24/09/2016 18:24 pm (Baghdad time)
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[ltr]Refers talk about liberalization city of Mosul from the control of the organization Daesh to near the battle, described as imminent, and if the loss of the organization a major Iraqi cities for a second, it will be lost most of its presence in Iraq, and will return to what it was before boarding landslide in June 2014, the movement and the Organization of guerrilla war.[/ltr]
[ltr]US administration believes in the restoration of Mosul, an important achievement, if it happened, US President Barack Obama, who is leaving the White House after months, most analysts agree that the liberation of Mosul would not end the risks and the reasons that led to the rise of organizing Daesh and other terrorist groups, and if the Iraqi government continues , dominated by Shiites in Baghdad, the weak, the chances of establishing a unified Iraq, Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds live on an equal footing, it remains far away, in addition to the entry of the popular militia of the crowd to the city of Mosul, the Sunni exacerbate sectarian tensions. "[/ltr]
[ltr]And see the newspaper "The Times" in an editorial for the day, which came under the title of "control of the organization Daesh: Battle of Mosul is imminent, but the war will continue," that the war on Mosul is near. "[/ltr]
[ltr]The editorial says that "Two years have passed on the control of what is known as organized Daesh on Mosul, Iraq's second city, the Iraqi army and military commanders Westerners believe that the liberation of Mosul might be imminent, and is just a few weeks."[/ltr]
[ltr]And attached to the newspaper, saying that "this speech if it were true, it would be a big step on the way to defeat the terrorist organization," she warns, "the coalition forces, and the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, to be aware of two things are important; the first battle to regain Mosul will be fierce and difficult, and the second is to restore it from the followers of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, may be easier to achieve stability in the country after that. "[/ltr]
[ltr]According to the opening that the number of Mosul's population was before the control of the jihadists it up to about two million people, it is believed that half of them still live there, while the estimated number of the organization Daesh, who will face the Iraqi forces and Kurdish fighters and coalition aircraft, between 2,500 and 3,000 fighters, banner that this number is less than the number of troops that will participate in the liberation of Mosul process, which is much superior to the number of militants organized in the city.[/ltr]

[ltr]And draws the paper that these forces will receive support from the seven thousand "adviser" US military and the British, noting that this number does not include the number of special forces and air support.[/ltr]

[ltr]And it found the opening that the troops are to gather in the southern civil and east and the north, where they are planning for the siege of these parties, noting that the British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said he was throwing seven million poster on the city and its surrounding areas, which citizens warned of the approach of "zero hour" .[/ltr]
[ltr]The daily reminds that the town Alherquat, which was under the control of the organization Daesh, fell this week, which led to encourage massing forces around the city, and "sources in the coalition expects that the battle to regain Mosul is near, and that victory is no longer only a matter of time."[/ltr]
[ltr]And change course opening that "there is ambiguity surrounds the situation inside the city, which was the first cities where al-Baghdadi began mobilizing year around the world, to make a pledge for (his successor), no one knows the reality of the situation in Mosul, and no one knows the true number of militants regulation where, as no know the extent of their readiness to fight, and there is information that the organization has a stockpile of chemical weapons within the city, it is likely that civilians used as human shields to protect him, especially as the city carrying recipe symbolic Baghdadi, the mismatch began lining Sunni extremists for their cause. "[/ltr]
[ltr]The paper finds that "for this reason, it is the Iraqi forces should expect fierce resistance from the organization, as happened in Fallujah, where he has been blockaded for three weeks, and did not leave the organization only after helping Shiite militias backed by Iran, which has been held responsible for the disappearance of my age 900 a young man then. "[/ltr]
[ltr]Notes the opening that "these Shiite militias seeking to play a major role in the battle of Mosul, and get a status similar to the status of the Revolutionary Guards in Iran, at the same time, the Peshmerga forces, which led an active role in the face of the jihadists, seeking control of areas recaptured from al Daesh, although not recognized as part of Iraqi Kurdistan. "[/ltr]
[ltr]And go to the newspaper that "urgent task in front Abadi is to maintain the unity of Iraq, and for this reason it can not continue to allow militias to write their own rules to fight, or of doing things in Iraq, not to allow the Peshmerga change the map of the country."[/ltr]
[ltr]And see the opening that "the battle of Mosul is an opportunity to keep Iraq united, Planning flour for after the fight, and win the minds and the confidence of the people of Mosul, essential, and concentrated Britain's efforts on housing and help millions of refugees beyond the battle, but the biggest challenge is to prevent al Daesh of the reorganization of the same and wait for the next day. "[/ltr]
[ltr]And concludes, "The Times" editorial said, "also suggests lessons nearby Iraq, the military victories are just the beginning," .anthy 29 / tc n[/ltr]

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