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    Post by Rocky Thu 01 Aug 2013, 7:44 pm

    The New York Times: U.S. officials secretly trying to heal the rift between Iraq's leaders in the face of deteriorating security



    31/07/13


    BAGHDAD - World

    Launched a major American newspapers, and international newspapers and Arabic, on Tuesday, blasted the Iraqi prime minister, commander in chief of the armed forces, Nouri al-Maliki, after a series of deadly attacks the country has witnessed, and revealed the inability of the security authorities in the face of the challenges posed by armed militants, who is believed to belonging to al Al Qaeda, as revealed that officials in the U.S. administration are trying behind the scenes mend relations between Iraq's divided leaders to confront this security breakdown.

    The included Monetary campaigns, which came against the backdrop of an unprecedented deterioration of security in the country, indirect calls for the resignation, in what Badz, and who is unable to manage things.

    The American newspaper criticized the Prime Minister, and hinted that he is an actor and inclined to favoritism majority the Shi'ites on others.

    Iraqi newspaper demanded a complete change in their hearts, and al-Maliki to change his approach, and "only Valtstt the and violence سيدومان the estimated dangerous."

    She said, "New York Times" in an editorial yesterday that incidents of escape from the prison is common in Iraq, but the attacks were rude to my prison Abu Ghraib and Taji last week were unique, attacks released probably about 800 of the militants, who are looking Interpol them now as "dangerous significant "global security.

    The newspaper said the attacks demonstrated the growing power and frightening to al-Qaeda in Iraq.

    And believes that these attacks have raised new questions "about the effectiveness of the authoritarian prime minister, Nuri al-Maliki, as well as the stability of Iraq itself."

    She said, "New York Times" that "al-Qaeda in Iraq, linked to al-Qaeda network world, launched a revolt malignant plunged the country and drag it to the edges of a civil war in 2006 and 2007," and then suffered the organization of the "defeats bitter by groups of tribal Iraqi and U.S. forces." The newspaper added that "since then claimed revenge, and is believed widely that he is responsible for the boom in the daily bombings, which killed an estimated 700 people in this month alone."

    The newspaper reported that Western experts told her that the gunmen who attacked the Abu Ghraib prison used mortar shells to paralyze the movement of Iraqi forces, and sent suicide bombers to penetrate their defenses and strongly Atbauhm attack to liberate the prisoners.

    The newspaper said the former U.S. ambassador, James Jeffrey, said that the performance of Iraqi forces was weak, which refers to the deterioration of their skills since American troops left by the end of 2011.

    Strangely enough, according to the newspaper, that "after spending a lot of money to strengthen the Iraqi security forces, officials did not say in the administration, but little about the reason for the failure of their investment in this area specifically miserably, whether their words this declaring or in private Halqathm"

    The New York Times said that the regional fluctuations, including the Syrian-Iran war, worsening instability in Iraq. "But the fundamental problem is that al-Maliki inflamed sectarian tensions Baankarh the authority and preference for its Shiite majority on others."

    The paper goes on to say that he "did not perform Maliki well never about special promises to integrate the Sunni minority in the country's political, economic, and who were driven from power after the overthrow of Saddam's regime. This is what makes al-Qaeda in Iraq and insurgent groups other more attractive for the year disgruntled."

    The newspaper said that "officials of the U.S. administration, as it should do, now working behind the scenes to calm the political disputes between Maliki and Sunni leaders, Kurds and create better relations between Iraq and other countries in the region., But the absence of a change completely in the hearts and approach al-Maliki, the Iraqis and their country will remain torn about serious. "

    Furthermore, strongly criticized the Qatari newspaper al-Maliki on what it called the inability to find a lasting solutions to the country is going through.

    The newspaper said the English-speaking country, of "The Bennisla", in an editorial that Iraq is in a mess now.

    The paper pointed to "the lack of any serious progress in any of the areas and the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has proved itself unable to."

    The newspaper said that the situation was terrifying, even before the attack on the prison, but this incident made it clear about clear that the country could plunge into chaos in a matter of days.

    The newspaper added, saying that "the deterioration of the situation in Iraq and the escalation of Sunni-Shiite tensions represent mainly the failure of al-Maliki. Was unable to instill confidence among Iraqis and failed to present himself as a leader neutral and independent works for all Iraqis regardless of their sectarian., Year by about special dissatisfied with him "

    Echoed editorial Gazette country as stated in the editorial in the Washington Post, wrote, "It is true that al-Maliki recently has taken some small steps toward healing sectarian, but it was not enough." The newspaper added that "al-Maliki need to act strongly and rational bigger., It is in need to call on the leaders of both communities to meet and assisted by helping them in confidence-building measures. well, leaders must in the world and the region to exercise pressure on him to act more serious about. "

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