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    Maliki calls for America to strike (Daash) Syria and the recent "custody" and calling for politician

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    Post by wciappetta Mon 23 Jun 2014, 8:59 pm

    Maliki calls for America to strike (Daash) Syria and the recent "custody" and calling for politicians to leave their differences in order to preserve Iraq






     Mon Jun 23 2014 23:31 | (Voice of Iraq) -   Add Comment - long-Presse / Baghdad

     Revealed informed Iraqi sources, on Monday, the Iraqi request for the U.S. military strikes on sites (Daash) in Syria, indicating that the latter was "conservative somewhat" on it for fear of civilian casualties may lead to the impression that "targeting Sunnis , "while the new U.S. president, Barack Obama, his call for the leaders of Iraqi politicians, the need to leave" their differences and attitudes of sectarianism, "returned to any military action by the United States without it" will not be able to maintain the unity of the country. "

     This came during a meeting between U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, today, with the head of the Iraqi government expired, Nuri al-Maliki, which lasted up to 90 minutes, according to the agency reported Associated Press AP U.S..

     The agency quoted Kerry, as saying, as he left the meeting, accompanied by Iraqi Foreign Minister, Hoshyar Zebari, said that "the meeting was good."

     According to USAID, that "Kerry also met with President of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, the head of the outgoing parliament, Osama al-Nujaifi, and Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq."

     Quoted Associated Press, Iraqi officials as saying, "The al-Maliki urged the United States on air strikes to insurgent positions in Syria and their camps and Artalem", and argued that the U.S. Minister "in response to a request Maliki need to exercise great caution before launching such strikes in order to avoid the occurrence of losses between civilians may lead to the impression that they are targeting Sunnis. "

     To that agency quoted the U.S. president, Barack Obama, saying, today, some local TV channels, said that "al-Maliki and the Iraqi leadership, faced a test of whether they were able to leave their differences and sectarian tendencies aside for the benefit of everyone."

     Obama felt that "Iraqi politicians if they fail in that, any military action by the United States will not be able to maintain the unity of the country."

     The U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry arrived on Monday to the capital, Baghdad, on a visit unannounced, is the first U.S. official or an international high, since the worsening security situation in the country, after the control of the organization Daash on a number of Iraqi cities.

     Kerry's visit comes within the framework of his tour in the Middle East began from Egypt where he met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah political and confirmed at the conclusion of their talks on the formation of a consensus government in Iraq and the need to preserve its unity.

     The visit is the second by the Kerry to Iraq since taking office, as was the first in (the 24 of March 2013).  




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