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    Wall Street: Washington is not in a hurry to support Iraq to pressure to replace

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    Post by Rocky Fri 18 Jul 2014, 7:21 am

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    Follow-up confirmed the American newspaper on Thursday that Washington seems to 'non-urgent' is currently providing support for Iraq in its war with the organizations 'terrorist', attributed to the desire of the Obama administration constantly put pressure on political leaders and force them to find a replacement for outgoing Prime Minister duration, Nouri al-Maliki , can 'access to disaffected Sunnis'.

    The Wall Street Journal reported that with the 'beginnings of June last and the start of the Iraqi crisis, the fall of the city of Mosul in the hands of gunmen organizing Daash reached expectations to high levels near for U.S. intervention', noting that 'the U.S. response shows two days later, when President Barack Obama said that Iraq needs for more help from the United States, without that rule out anything. '

    The newspaper added that 'the Department of Defense (Pentagon) announced that its distance from the movement of warships of the U.S. fleet toward the Gulf region in the enhancement of the outlook for the near launch air strikes', indicating that the' case is now no longer the case, as it seeks Pentagon officials to allay any talk about a quick decision about what will be the second step in Iraq '.

    According to the Wall Street Journal, that 'Obama's search Wednesday, (the sixteenth of July present), a number of challenges faced by his foreign policy, including elections in Afghanistan and negotiations on the nuclear file Alaaran and the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas provocations Russian in Ukraine, but did not want to talk no mention of any imminent action in Iraq ', pointing out that' President Obama did not mention Iraq by talking about already. '

    The paper asked, 'what happens', indicating that the 'assessment recently for the Iraqi armed forces prepared by a team of military experts working Americans in Iraq, had been sent to the Pentagon this week to study', usually it 'Calendar will certainly be a bright look.'

    The paper quoted, the official media of the Pentagon, Admiral John Kirby, said that while he 'feels Defense Department officials that there is something urgent, they will not rush their work around fast', pointing out that 'the report will examine more carefully to assess the situation in Iraq with an open mind, because get the job done properly is more important than implemented in a quick and hasty as we emphasized that before '.

    Officials say that this was an indication of the presence of a sharp change in tone of the Obama administration toward Iraq than it was a month ago. And part of that is because American officials, because they want to slow down the process of making a decision about what will be their next move in order to give enough time to Ssayasn Iraqis to form their own government.

    She The Wall Street Journal, that the 'Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, met Tuesday with President Obama, and while they were expected to discuss the outlines of what display experts from the calendar on the Iraqi forces, they did not provide a formal no report President on the subject '.

    And Asttrt newspaper, that while 'battling the Iraqi parliament to form a new government and the election of its president, showed American officials that they do not want to see the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, continuing in power for a third session', stressing that 'the United States does not want to move quickly Ptazizadtha of the Armed Forces Iraqi fear the demise of the pressure on political leaders there to end support for the owners and find a prime minister who has access to disaffected Sunnis'.

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