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    New York Times: U.S. intervention in Iraq expected if Syria continued to deteriorate

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    Post by Bama Diva Sat 02 Nov 2013, 8:20 pm

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    New York Times: U.S. intervention in Iraq expected if Syria continued to deteriorate
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    American newspapers quoted, on Saturday, the statements from Iraqi officials within the visiting delegation of the United States, which is headed by al-Maliki, to indicate that Iraq has asked Apache helicopters equipped with modern missiles, as well as surveillance drones, and the assignment of U.S. intelligence. 

    The New York Times, in its edition yesterday, and seen by (the long-Presse), that Iraqi officials, did not reveal their names, said that "the Iraqi government submitted a list of demands included helicopters Apache attack armed with missiles Joe - Land (Hellfire), as well to assign more U.S. intelligence and other types of aid to combat terrorism, such as drones march, run by the Americans. " 

    The newspaper quoted U.S. President Barack Obama admitting to aggravate the power of al-Qaeda, saying "It is unfortunate that Al Qaeda is still active, and increased strength and active recently," as quoted by the Iraqi prime minister as saying that "the Iraqi government to mobilize the people to fight al Qaeda because this is in the interest of Iraq and the Middle East. " 

    Promised New York Times that "undo the political and security have put the two leaders in a position confusing, President Obama, who welcomed two years ago down the levels of violence and the price of Maliki's efforts leadership of a government that includes all the spectra, it tends now to focus on other priorities, while finding Prime Minister Maliki, who paid the direction of the U.S. withdrawal and try to keep a distance from Washington, himself now in a position motivates him to seek help from the U.S. president. " 

    The newspaper pointed out that "the changes in the current circumstances were evident in the White House's decision to refrain from conducting a joint news conference like the one held during the previous Maliki's visit, and instead merely provide a brief outline leaders from within the Office of the White House." 

    Says Brian كاتولس, an expert specialist in Iraqi affairs from the center of Progress American in a statement to The New York Times, that "it is difficult for the U.S. administration to make any claim that things were going well in Iraq," returned "all the blame on the consequences of that is located on the Iraqi leadership . " 

    However, expert says كاتولس that "the U.S. administration felt that it must maintain its focus on Iraq, to ​​say the least because of the escalation of al Qaeda activity in western Iraq, which may worsen the ongoing civil war in Syria with the movement of terrorists back and forth across the border between the two countries" . 

    He added كاتولس the saying, "There is convinced that if the situation continues in Syria for what it is, the need to intervene Iraqi situation would be more urgent." 

    The U.S. President Barack Obama has stressed, on Saturday, on the need to take Iraq further steps towards building a democratic system comprehensively resolve differences "through politics rather than violence," and as pointed to the need for Iraqi forces pressing for additional equipment for operations in remote areas, showed Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Baghdad's desire to buy American hardware as a means of strengthening relations with Washington, stressing his commitment to "strict laws and American rules governing the use.


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