Follow-up - public opinion - newspaper "New York Times" of America, Sunday, that Iraqi and U.S. officials are studying all the ways to exploit the differences arising between the group "Daash" and other extremist groups allied with it to control more areas in northern and western Iraq during the past month, as indicated that Washington is considering sending former U.S. officials to Iraq to reshape the Awakening forces.
The newspaper, in a report posted on its website, "These Sunni groups have agreed with the group Daash that belong to the Sunni community is also in the same goal which is fighting the Iraqi government dominated by Shiite community," noting that "the Shiites represent the majority in Iraq, which resulting in a deep crisis of confidence between them and the year. "
The newspaper pointed out that "the group Daash annexed the former members of the outlawed Baath party of the late President Saddam Hussein, who saw the group as a potential adversary," pointing out that "attempts Daash to impose sharia Islamic militant on the population of Salahuddin province, sparked outrage and anger was accused members in the Baath assassination of the Prince of Daash in Diyala province last week. "
She pointed out that "alliances successful formed between Daash and Baathists and Sunni citizens and groups of Sunni tribes and Sunni jihadists to fight the common enemy, which the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, is currently facing increasing pressure and differences, which is monitored by the United States closely where he is expected to send the Central Command of the U.S. Army report secret Pentagon this week about the possibility of mobilizing the Iraqi security forces smashed to address this threat or not. "
The paper, "These differences between Sunni fighters revealed the challenges facing Daash in the formation of a strong military power between rival groups for years."
The newspaper noted that "exploit any differences between Sunni fighters is one of the leading priorities of the United States. G / H
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