Last updated: 13 July 2017 - 4:02 PM
BAGHDAD / The New York Times in its editorial highlighted the most important challenges that will face Iraq after its control of Mosul, which remained under the control of the organization calling for about three full years. Newspaper stresses that the Iraqis should not exaggerate in celebrating the restoration of Mosul because there are a lot of The work that is still waiting for them, and it is the responsibility of the United States and the regional states to achieve stability not only in Iraq, but also in Syria, stressing the importance of having an "ideology" that differs from the ideology of the organization. To be processed and not being only on military action focus and that rivalry between Sunnis and Shiites and corruption, and the failure of governments to meet the economic needs of its citizens and Alomnah.vi Mosul , Iraq declared recovered from the grip of the organization, there are still sleeper cells, comprising a number of suicide bombers and booby - trapped houses. Noting that the battle of Mosul has left behind about a thousand dead among the Iraqi forces, and perhaps a lot more, and also left thousands of civilians killed during nine months of fighting; which loses any military victory taste. Now after restoring the connector, the most important question comes: What next? So far, Donald Trump's administration has failed to come up with a comprehensive strategy to deal with Iraq's post-Mosul reconstruction, one of the most important challenges. There is a recent debate that the Trump administration will discuss the long-term reconstruction process although its administration has passed a law to reduce And the failure of the process of attracting them to the political process after that, all of which contributed to the emergence of the state organization, according to the newspaper. The president said that the Iraqis are responsible for the stability of their country and that they do not do so without assistance. Minister, Haider Alba D, seems more comprehensive than his predecessor, Nuri al-Maliki, in dealing with complex Iraqi files, but has a long way to face corruption and gain the confidence of the people. The other challenge will be how to deal with tensions with the Kurds of Iraq looking forward to the dream of an independent state, A referendum in September - Iran and its expansionist ambitions in Iraq and Syria - is one of the challenges in the post-Mosul phase. Russia, Bashar al-Assad's most important ally, has left the matter untouched. In Iraq, Iran's intervention will further distort Iraqi politics. group Another problem is that young people who have been involved in the organization of the state or those who believe in their ideas, not only in Iraq but also in all countries of the world, must be integrated into society and convinced not to join armed groups and not to use Islam for violence. The newspaper concludes by saying that Iraq has lost the opportunity to reconstitute itself to be a stable and pluralistic country with the emergence of state organization, and now he must seize this opportunity.
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