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    U.S. Researcher: 3 scenarios in Fallujah all bad and it's time to adopt the model of Pakistan

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    U.S. Researcher: 3 scenarios in Fallujah all bad and it's time to adopt the model of Pakistan Empty U.S. Researcher: 3 scenarios in Fallujah all bad and it's time to adopt the model of Pakistan

    Post by Rocky Sun 26 Jan 2014, 4:41 am

    U.S. Researcher: 3 scenarios in Fallujah all bad and it's time to adopt the model of Pakistan


    01/25/2014 22:33

    Long-Presse / Baghdad
    He pointed out a researcher at the Center for the Study American that "the center of the caliphate", announced the organization of the Islamic State of Aabad only 35 miles from the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, suggesting that Washington use "and means the usual" in the pursuit of terrorists in other places of the world, from Somalia to Pakistan, to help Iraq.
    The American scholar Michael Knights, in comments the newspaper ((USA today, and I have read it (term) that in "31 of December could organize an Islamic state in Iraq, Syria's al-Qaeda in Iraq and Syria, the extension of his authority over the cities of Ramadi and Fallujah, the two largest two cities in the province of Anbar. "
    He added that "these terrorist movement is still in control of Fallujah, the city that took place where street battles pitched between U.S. Marines and al-Qaeda in 2004," noting that "the center of the caliphate announced by this group of Aabad only 35 miles from the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad and only 25 miles from the runway civilian in the Iraqi capital. "
    He pointed out that the Knights "of Fallujah, where the symbolism of the site for several other reasons," explaining that "in 2004, which killed 122 U.S. soldiers and wounded more than 650 others wounded in the battle, which took place for the expulsion of the base of the city."
    The jolt Knights to return Fallujah "to become again now a symbol of the return of al-Qaeda in Iraq again in a time when the Iraqi government felt compelled to purge the city without the use of American troops."
    They believed the researcher said there were "three scenarios hanging over Fallujah imbued all bad," explaining that "if the cause of the army in the fall of a large number of civilian deaths, has become a Sunni Arabs in Iraq more alienated from the Iraqi government, run by Shiites, what will lead to a flare spirit of rebellion inside them greatly. "
    In "the absence of American troops close to the Iraqi army," sees the Knights that this "may lead to the refraction of the army under the pressure of street battles fierce, which exposes them to a humiliating defeat on the eve of the Iraqi capital.," He continues, "or may succeed al-Qaeda, as I expect, in the escape and promotes itself a victory and Lahiya, while retaining the ability to re-tighten its grip on Fallujah again. "
    He also points out that the Knights any of those scenarios, "would hurt U.S. interests, which would give it the arm of the al-Qaeda more strength in his quest to establish an Islamic state stretching from the Gulf to the Mediterranean."
    But a researcher with the U.S. sees it, "The good thing also is that in that time is now an opportunity to improve the situation in Iraq." Returned to "the advancement of the base may cause the return of militants regulation again to practice the precedent of terrorizing Sunni Muslims and impose royalties on them, and the application of the doctrines of strict Islamic to areas under their control.", Adding that "these practices had ignited the feud between them and the tribes in 2006, and there are now realized again. "
    The Knights continued by saying "in Ramadi, the rebels who are fighting the Iraqi government under the guidance Daash their arms around in a matter of hours from the control of al-Qaida on the streets of the city." He said, "In the midst of this raging sea resort in Fallujah organization the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria to the fighting in the open areas, which would put him to face the risk of a military defeat."
    The researcher said that "the U.S. government has spared no effort in urging Maliki to repeat the formula of cooperation between the lost tribes and the military, and this is what was done in the second week of January now." He believed that it "came in a series of telephone calls conducted by U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and other administration officials., And information is transferred U.S. intelligence and precision-guided munitions quickly to Iraq in order to strengthen its military capabilities in the short term."
    He Knights that "despite the fact that these efforts are well worth it the effort suffered, but it does not lead only to shed light on the ability of the United States limited to helping Iraq who fights again on the land of Fallujah holy," but he believes that "there is a major problem lies in the Iraq has put your unfortunate in the foreign policy of the United States. "
    Explains by saying, "In light of the Obama administration, began to withdraw American military full first began Koaud election, but ended up as an alternative to the strategic goals of long-term.", And went onto say that "the development of a full withdrawal strategic objective in Iraq has made it almost impossible to provide Iraq the same way of support that may be granted to any ally Washington last head of the United States by extending the arms of one of al-Qaeda on the eve of his capital. "
    The researcher notes that "the United States continues to resist strongly any deployment of its own, or the use of helicopters, armed drones or aircraft attack in Iraq, which is the means used by the United States is unusual in pursuit of terrorists in other places of the world, from Somalia to Pakistan . " Knights and sees that the time "has come to put an end to the special status of Iraq."
    It is suggested that "the provision of anti-terrorism advisers and air support during the current crisis Kalazma will not represent any breach of what U.S. President Obama says that he ended the American military occupation of Iraq."
    He noted that he "should not access the slogan" Iraq is free of forces "to the extreme cases of militancy, and if it was not able Iraq after the occupation that asks for help publicly occupied the latter, it must stand the obstacle to the United States in the hunt for terrorists from time to time in Iraq if the country has become vulnerable. "
    Here are wondering Knights "Is al-Qaeda in Iraq is less of a threat theorists Qaeda in Pakistan, which risked undermining the Government of the United States that the Islamic state with nuclear weapons for the liquidation of Osama bin Laden without the permission of the government, which has had the operation on its soil."
    The researcher seeks to answer, saying that "ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is a goal worth his large, but wars do not necessarily end to leave the U.S. military.", Adding that "it is unlikely, in particular the end of those wars if the withdrawal of the U.S. military complete with its lack of sufficient flexibility to support his former partner, operationally in the future. "
    He concluded that "these factors should have been placed on the top priority in the administration's planning to re-existence once again on the ground in Iraq, and on the reduction of the size of forces in Afghanistan."

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