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    New York Times: «Daash» incapable of forming a military force

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    Post by wciappetta Mon 14 Jul 2014, 8:00 am

    New York Times: «Daash» incapable of forming a military force






     Mon Jul 14 2014 06:35 | (Voice of Iraq) -   Add Comment - Washington is considering the option of re-awakening in Iraq
     The Independent: There is a Saudi role in supporting the «Daash» Iran: Baghdadi displays UN Security risk
     BAGHDAD - morning
     Revealed the "New York Times" for that Washington is considering sending former U.S. officials to Iraq to reshape the Awakening forces, spoke with "The Independent" about the role of Saudi support Daash in northern Iraq.
     This comes at a time when officials are still regional countries bordering Iraq are looking developments in the Iraqi crisis.
     "New York Times" the U.S., revealed that Iraqi and U.S. officials are studying all the ways to exploit the emerging differences between "Daash" and other terrorist groups allied with it to control more areas in northern and western Iraq over the past month.
     The newspaper said in a report posted on its website, said that "these terrorist groups agreed with the group Daash in the same goal which is fighting the Iraqi government."
     The newspaper pointed out that "alliances successful formed between Daash and Baathists and some pro-terrorist groups to fight the common enemy, which the Iraqi government, currently facing increasing pressure and disagreements which is monitored by the United States closely where he is expected to send the Central Command of the U.S. Army confidential report to the Pentagon this week about the possibility of mobilizing the Iraqi security forces to address this threat or not. "
     The paper, "These differences 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 the terrorists is one of the leading priorities of the United States and the Iraqi government and their allies in the Middle East."
     The newspaper added that "Washington is considering sending former U.S. officials to Iraq to meet with tribal leaders with the aim of re-forming alliances Awakening, which was formed in 2007 and joined them at the time about a hundred thousand combatants to address the group Daash."
     Newspaper "The Independent on Sunday," the British, dealt with the role of Saudi Arabia in helping Daash on the acquisition of northern Iraq.
     He spoke author of the article, "Patrick Cockburn," for a meeting between the Director of former Saudi intelligence and former Saudi ambassador to Washington, Bandar bin Sultan, with the director of British intelligence (MI6) Richard Dearlove, said that "I do not have Dearlove doubt that Daash got funding from the views of country and Saudi Arabia, and authorities in the two countries turned a blind eye to it. "
     It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki had been accused, in the March 8, 2014, Saudi Arabia and Qatar to declare war on Iraq, blaming them of the responsibility of the security crisis in the country, as pointed out they were harboring "the leaders of terrorism and al-Qaeda" and that provide support for them, "politically and in the media."
     As an Arab, was conducted by Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry two phone calls, on his way back from Iraq with his Saudi and Jordanian Saud al-Faisal Nasser Judeh, eating, during which the latest developments on the Iraqi arena and the results of his visit to Baghdad.
     A statement issued by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry that Shukri browse through the calls outcome of his visit to Iraq where he met with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Foreign Minister acting Hussein al-Shahristani, and a number of officials and Iraqi political leaders, including Mr. Ammar Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq and Hoshyar Zebari, in favor of Mutlaq, the deputy prime minister, and Osama Najafi, head of the coalition united.
     The statement said that during the two connections Alhatvien agree on the importance of continuing coordination and joint consultation in the coming days about Iraq and the dangerous situation in the occupied Palestinian territories.
     It is noteworthy that the Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry visited last Friday Baghdad on an official visit, commissioned by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, bringing with him a proposal for a conference of the parties to the Iraqi crisis in Cairo sponsored by the Arab and international. Iran of a new start position in the case of Iraq, called on the Chief of Staff of troops to chase the leader Daash legally. promised the chief of the General Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, the route taken by the leader of the "Daash" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi presents International Security in danger, calling for the international legal community to pursue him.  Gen. Hassan Fayrouz Abadi, in a press statement, said that "al-Baghdadi committed serious crimes, including the deliberate killing of women, children and clerics," stressing "the need to pursue him as a war criminal."  




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    Post by CITEX Mon 14 Jul 2014, 9:19 am

    I have to wonder if the people of Mosul agree with this headline

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