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    Gen. Raymond Odierno: Iraq will be a great country if the conflict ended leaders

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    Post by rocky Fri 22 Nov 2013, 6:57 am

    Gen. Raymond Odierno: Iraq will be a great country if the conflict ended leaders


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    Babinaoz / Agencies: saw the former commander of coalition forces in Iraq, Gen. Raymond Odierno, said the country needed to provide the opportunity for leadership of the Iraqi factions to resolve their differences among themselves, saying that "the Iraqis that could make their country great if completed and documented their differences with each other."



     Odierno, who currently holds the presidency of Staff of the U.S. Army in an extended interview with him in his office in the Pentagon and the newspaper "USA Today" excerpts of which, "We have done what we can" in Iraq, he said, adding "we gave Iraqis a chance to succeed."

    He added that "the problem that we have now is a great lack of trust still exists between the factions inside Iraq," and felt that "this is what causes violence and I am still hoping to go away this situation."

    The Odierno, the U.S. commanders of the few who have spent a long time in Iraq, and was in command of Task Force directly in the wake of the invasion in 2003, where it was not the insurgency and violence levels large, then returned to Iraq once again to lead the operations of the coalition forces as a whole, and led the American forces During the momentum strategy that was implemented in 2007 and succeeded to curb the escalating violence and the risk of civil war, Odierno spent his time in the General Command of the coalition forces, متعاملا regularly with Iraqi leaders who were struggling to build a government in 2010.

    Today seen Odierno to events in Iraq cautiously to some extent, violence is increasing, and a large section of it happens by moving from the existing tensions between the Government of Iraq, which is dominated by Shiite parties in feel components Sunni Balthmh, while the ongoing war in neighboring Syria and sectarian tensions in other places in the region inflame tensions within Iraq's borders.

    Odierno points out that the heads of the Sunni tribes in western Iraq, who joined the row of U.S. troops who helped turn the course of the war, even before the arrival of the forces of momentum, and today heads of the tribes themselves are at odds with the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

    Odierno said, "I still think that the possibility of the Iraqis to make their country a great country, but they need to resolve their differences between the various factions," pointing out that "they need to have leadership that allows them due to this and this is what worries me."
    and murderer of thousands of Americans heroically in Iraq, but it is too too early to say how historians will see that war, in the while Odierno comment on the war: "will remain the focus of talk for too many years."

    The increased violence across Iraq in recent months, reaching its highest level since 2008, says UN reports that 979 people, including 158 policemen and 127 soldiers, have been killed in violent attacks in October last year, killing more than 6500 civilians since January The second of this year, and is responsible for a large section of armed violence by extremists linked to al-Qaeda,

    Earlier this month, the request of the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of U.S. President Barack Obama to help curb the bloodshed by providing intelligence information and supply Iraq with new weapons systems.

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    Post by Neno Fri 22 Nov 2013, 3:58 pm

    Earlier this month, the request of the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of U.S. President Barack Obama to help curb the bloodshed by providing intelligence information and supply Iraq with new weapons systems.
    Stop the bloodshed by giving them weapons?

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