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    Iraqi division over the survival of American forces after a defeat is encouraging

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    Post by Rocky Wed 20 Dec 2017, 1:48 am

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    Iraqi division over the survival of American forces after a defeat is encouraging


     Baghdad / Wael Ne'ma 

    WASHINGTON - Washington plans to keep its troops in Iraqi military bases longer after the government announces a "daunting" defeat in the country.
    According to political parties, there are various reasons to help this presence, most notably the continued threat of radical organization of liberated cities, and to counter Iranian influence. 
    Also do not exclude some Iraqi authorities that the US forces have created the presence of new terrorist organizations in the north of the country, to prolong the time of their presence.


    Recently, US troops arrived in Kirkuk, which has been experiencing security tensions for two months, but the Iraqi government denies this. 
    US forces in Kirkuk, according to officials, have reached more than 500. Troops are expected to deploy in the rest of the disputed areas. 
    The Iraqi government has so far not commented on the fate of the US-led coalition forces after the victory was declared a victory two weeks ago. 
    The parliament's security committee assumes that the government stands against any foreign move outside the law or staying in military bases for a longer period, while Turkish forces have been in northern Mosul for two years. 
    Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi wrote nine months ago in an article in The Washington Post that Iraq needs US assistance at all levels in a post-conflict period, as part of an agreement signed between the two countries in 2008.
    Abadi's article came days after his visit to Washington DC and his meeting with President Donald Trump in March. "We need the experience of the United States ... We want a partnership that includes all forms of political, diplomatic, military, security, educational and cultural cooperation," Abadi said in his article.

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    and light, Abdul Rahman Alloizi says, MP Nineveh, he said that "Abadi , use a soft policy in dealing with the US presence in Iraq, in order not to provoke its partners in the rule of law who reject the US presence." 
    The government has been insisting for years that foreign forces in Iraq are non-combatant and their missions are limited to military consultations. 
    "The United States will stay longer in the military bases if it decides to strengthen its presence with a larger number of current forces to carry out its declared strategy to confront Iran and its influence in Iraq," he said in an 
    interview with Al- Last month, the pressure exerted by Saudi Arabia on Abadi to agree to keep US troops The newspaper pointed out that Riyadh is trying to choose for itself new fronts in which to fight Iran.
    The Prime Minister, the same month, that "Iraq is not the appropriate place for the US-Iranian conflict." He stressed that he would not allow Iraq to become a theater of the United States or Iran. 
    According to the Pentagon, there are 5262 US troops in Iraq. 
    The MP believes Nineveh that "the United States will use the situation in Syria to stay in military bases in the Kurdistan region and close to the Iraqi border." 
    Since 2014, coalition forces have been working in Iraq with official invitation and approval from Baghdad for a staunch confrontation.

    أميركا في الجوّ
    وعلى الرغم من إعلان الحكومة، في 10 كانون الاول الجاري، النصر على داعش، إلا أن النائب إسكندر وتوت، عضو لجنة الامن البرلمانية، يقول ان"العراق مازال يحتاج للقوات الامريكية بسبب استمرار وجود الخلايا النائمة في الانبار وديالى".
    ويؤكد وتوت، في تصريح لـ(المدى) امس، ان"العراق بحاجة الى الاستطلاع الجوي، وامريكا لديها تصوير جوي لامثيل له في العالم".
    ويتوقع عضو لجنة الامن ان تبقي واشنطن بعد داعش على"مجموعة من الخبراء في الاستطلاع، لكن الامر مرهون بموافقة رئيس الوزراء".
    وبدأت القيادة الامريكية بإرسال قطعات عسكرية تدريجيا الى العراق، ابتداءً من منتصف عام 2014 وحتى نهاية عام 2016. 
    واستقبل العراق الدفعة الاولى من القوات الامريكية التي كانت بواقع 170، في حزيران 2014. ثم اعلنت واشنطن عن إرسال 1300 عسكري في كانون الاول من العام نفسه، كان بينهم 1000جندي لتدريب 12 لواءً عراقياً شكلت حديثا لمحاربة داعش.
    وفي 25 آذار 2015 أرسلت واشنطن 450 عسكريا الى الانبار، ثم تلا ذلك وصول 50 مستشارا أمريكيا الى قاعدة عين الاسد في الانبار، في شهر تشرين الثاني من نفس العام.
    وفي نيسان 2016 وصل (100-200) من قوات المارينز- الدلتا الى معسكر مخمور شمال الموصل. وفي 29 حزيران من العام نفسه أرسلت واشنطن 600 عسكري استعداداً لمعركة الموصل.
    ووصل عشرات المهندسين والفنيين في أيلول 2016 لإعادة تأهيل قاعدة القيارة الجوية قرب الموصل بعد استعادتها من"داعش".

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    In light of the events in Kirkuk in mid-October, US forces pushed a number of their troops into the city, to prevent violations against the Kurds, according to officials in response. 
    "There are between 400 and 600 Americans in Kirkuk," said Niazi Oglu, the Turkmen deputy, to al-Mada. 
    There were reports of a similar spread at al-Siddiq base near the district of Tuzharmatu. 
    "The United States is redeploying in oil-rich areas to prepare for the next phase," said Oglu, a member of the parliamentary security committee. 
    The Turkmen MP accuses US forces of "supporting some of the militants in southern Kirkuk to provoke chaos there." He added that "America learns what is left of the preacher to find justification for its survival in Iraq." 
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    Recently, threats have emerged from a self-proclaimed armed group (white flags) in the seam zone between the federal forces and the Peshmerga near Kirkuk. 
    Deputy Iskandar and Tut are concerned about the deployment of US forces in Kirkuk. "There is an excess of the parliament's decision to impose federal authority, the government must stop it," he said. 
    The Washington Times revealed last May that "serious secret" negotiations had begun between the administration of US President Donald Trump and the Iraqi government to keep US troops in the country. 
    "If the United States wants to stay in Iraq, no one will stand up to it," Ghazi al-Ka'ood, an MP from Anbar, said in a statement. 
    Al-Kaoud said in a statement to Al-Mada yesterday that "Iraq does not need military bases. The country was liberated by the Iraqis and not by other parties."
    "We are in Anbar to welcome US troops, but we need international reconstruction efforts," he said.



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    Iraqi division over the survival of American forces after a defeat is encouraging Empty Washington and Baghdad are negotiating a long-term US presence in Iraq

    Post by Rocky Wed 20 Dec 2017, 1:49 am

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    Washington and Baghdad are negotiating a long-term US presence in Iraq


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    The United States and Iraq have recently intensified their talks to keep a section of US troops permanently in the country following the expulsion of armed militants.
    Both countries want to avoid repeating what happened in 2011, when US forces withdrew from Iraq after they successfully curbed al-Qaeda's threat and reduced violence in the country. But three years after that withdrawal, the Iraqi army collapsed in the face of the march of armed militants. 
    According to US officials, who declined to be named because they were not authorized to speak publicly, the United States and Iraq have yet to decide on the size and composition of the force that would remain, which could change over time. 
    The two officials said no decision had yet been made on a long-term presence, and that the composition of the force to be agreed upon would be determined by the Iraqi government. 
    "What is happening now is similar to what we were looking for after 2011," said James Jeffrey, a former US ambassador to Iraq who is close to the issue in an interview with USA Today.
    The US newspaper says it is not clear whether the United States will be able to avoid some of the political obstacles in Baghdad that have derailed the agreement to keep troops in 2011, and that Iran, which opposes the presence of US troops in the country, has strong political influence in Iraq. 
    "The big problem is that if there is pressure from the Iranians to leave the United States from Iraq," Jeffrey said. 
    Jeffrey, who is now an analyst at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, said the size of the force is likely to be less than the current strength of 5,500 US troops in Iraq. He pointed out that the task of any force that will be in Iraq in the future will be similar to what is currently done by US forces, namely, training Iraqi forces and assistance in the intelligence and reconnaissance and will not have any direct combat role.
    The presence of American advisers and other means of support will help boost the Iraqi army's ability to avert a catastrophe such as the one that occurred in 2014 when gunmen stormed Mosul, cities and other villages as many Iraqi soldiers pulled out of their positions. 
    Since then, US-backed Iraqi forces have managed to break a tight grip on the occupied territories and have managed to expel the militants and the rest of them have fled to the desert areas bordering Syria. 
    "Despite these successes, our battle is not over yet, even after the breakdown of the organization's succession, both physically and structurally, the organization remains a threat to stability in the newly liberated areas and also a threat to our countries," US Defense Secretary Jim Mats said last month. 
    He may not be able to occupy territory yet, but he can create terrorism through bombings in Iraq or by planning and inciting attacks around the world.
    The Iraqi government is aware of this threat and believes that further assistance is needed from the US-led coalition. Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi declared the final victory over a preacher earlier this month but said terrorism was still considered a "continuing enemy." 
    "I think we have to prepare ourselves to be prepared to commit ourselves to a long-term presence in Iraq to strengthen our partner's ability to face any threat," General Paul Funk told USA Today in October. 
    In 2011, it was not possible to reach an agreement to keep part of the US troops because of the problem of securing legal protection for US forces not to be held accountable for any crime resulting from the use of their military power. The Iraqi government then rejected the deal because of political opposition to the principle of a long-term US presence.
    At present, US and Iraqi officials hope to avoid a similar political hurdle. According to a US official, instead of approving a formal agreement that may require approval by the Iraqi parliament, the US military says it can operate in Iraq in accordance with the current memorandum of understanding between the two countries. 
    The memo is still in force since 2014, when American advisers were deployed in Iraq to help local forces fight a coup. 
    Jeffrey said any agreement to keep American advisers in Iraq would provide a brake on increasing Iranian influence in Baghdad.


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    Iraqi division over the survival of American forces after a defeat is encouraging Empty A "secret" dialogue between Baghdad and Washington to keep US troops in Iraq ... and more rejecters

    Post by Rocky Wed 20 Dec 2017, 2:54 am

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    A "secret" dialogue between Baghdad and Washington to keep US troops in Iraq ... and more rejecters than supporters





    US and Iraqi officials hope to avoid political confrontations, rather than a formal agreement that will need the approval of Iraq's parliament, which includes blocks opposed to any US presence in Iraq in the long term.
    The US military said it could operate under a memorandum of understanding between the two countries, a US official said. 
    The United States has stepped up its contacts with Iraq to maintain its military presence despite the defeat of a militant organization in Iraq. Both countries seem to want not to repeat the 2011 decision to withdraw US troops from the country. 
    The United States and Iraq did not specify the size and composition of the force, which could change over time, according to US officials who did not want to be identified because they were not authorized to discuss the talks in public. Officials said no decision had been reached on the US presence in Iraq, nor was the formation of a follow-up force to be determined by the Iraqi government.
     MP for the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Iskandar and Tut said on Wednesday that US forces are aspiring to stay in Iraq even after the completion of the call. "Iraq needs no American presence," Tut said in a statement. "The country needs logistical support and training of troops on advanced weapons or fighting skills."

    "The decision to stay or leave US forces depends on the approval of the federal government and the House of Representatives," he said.

    While the MP from the Union of Iraqi Forces Abdul Rahman al-Loizi, statements on the survival of US forces in Iraq, "a message of yarn" to Washington, on the acceptability of the American presence of the Sunnis.
    "The statements of the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri last that it is harmless of the survival of US forces a message of reassurance and spinning to Washington," said that "the statements of Sunni politicians in Washington always carry a kind of spinning."
    "The Sunnis have had confidence in the federal government and the security services after the recent events," he said, noting that "30%, which was a particular political entity exceeded since 2003 returned to them today."
    A memo has been in place since 2014, when US advisers were deployed in Iraq to help local forces in their war on a sympathetic organization. "Any agreement aimed at keeping US advisers in Iraq will provide an opportunity to undermine Iranian influence in Iraq," the US ambassador said. 


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    Iraqi division over the survival of American forces after a defeat is encouraging Empty Revealed intensive talks between Baghdad and Washington on the extension of the US presence

    Post by Rocky Wed 20 Dec 2017, 4:18 am

    Revealed intensive talks between Baghdad and Washington on the extension of the US presence









    Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
    Newspaper "USA Today" revealed the intensive talks between Baghdad and Washington on the extension of the presence of US forces in Iraq after the rollback of "Dahesh." 

    The US Today reports that the two countries want to avoid repeating the events of 2011, when US forces came out of Iraq at the time, after weakening the influence of al - Qaeda and the decline in the level of violence in the country, and after 3 years took control of the "Da'ash" terrorist in Mosul and cities Other Iraqi.


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    The United States and Iraq have not yet determined the size and composition of the troops, which may change over time, the newspaper said, adding that the decision on the long-term presence of US troops in Iraq has not yet been agreed, as the Iraqi government will determine Their enumeration and final composition. 

    The sources told the newspaper that the number of troops deployed in Iraq will be less than 5500 soldiers who are now there, noting that the mission of the US presence, will resemble what he is doing now, namely training and development, and contribute to the development of the capabilities of Iraqi security forces, and readiness and help control and intelligence without being dragged And to participate in direct combat.[/size]



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