Security officials fear it could be an incubator of Mosul, a copy of the most "brutal" after its liberation from Daesh environment
Saturday 08-10-2016 | 7:54:46
Shafaq News / The Guardian newspaper published an analysis of the consequences of the upcoming military operation for Iraqi forces to regain control of the city of Mosul from the grip of the terrorist organization Daesh.
According to the newspaper, the Iraqi forces to achieve victory in the battle for control of the second largest city in the country seems unlikely to occur but may raise questions about the future of the city and the country later.
Among the questions posed by the newspaper How will the central government in Baghdad to deal with the city's population approaching one million people next to restore order and the rule of law to the city, which has suffered from the rule of the militant group for two years, according to The Guardian.
The paper also points to the issue of sectarianism where it says that the government army, which is dominated by the Shiite sect would have to regain the confidence of the people of the city and the majority of the year.
The paper quotes Iraqi security official as saying: "When there are a million people live in the city we must be extremely careful when we wage the attack. It says that it will take two weeks or two months does not know what he speaks. Also do not want to repeat what happened in Ramadi when he destroyed nearly 80% of the city, this will create a dramatic increase in unemployment rates, and this will be an incubator for a copy of the most brutal organization Islamic state environment. "