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    Post by Rocky Thu 26 Jan 2023, 5:48 am

    American report: The Kurdistan government allowed the Turkish bombing of its lands as a metaphor for Baghdad


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    Baghdad Today - translation 
    The American newspaper "The Hill" revealed today, Thursday, that the Kurdistan Regional Government allowed the Turkish strikes as a metaphor for Baghdad, while indicating that the differences between the Kurdish parties threaten a civil war. 
    In a report translated by (Baghdad Today), the newspaper stated, “It obtained information confirming that the Turkish military operations that were launched inside Iraq came with the approval and permission of the Iraqi Kurdistan government, as a response issued by it to (a euphemism for Baghdad). 
    The newspaper said, "The Kurdistan government, and since the escalation of internal political differences between the two Kurdish parties on the one hand, and Baghdad on the other, has allowed Turkish forces to use its lands to launch attacks on Iraqi lands," noting that "the differences did not stop there." 
    And she added that "the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq has become" a concern to Washington because of the real threats of a Kurdish civil war that extends to the rest of the regions and parts of Iraq with the intervention of the allies in Baghdad in favor of one Kurdish side or the other," in reference to the two parties and to the internal conflict between the heads of power in the region. 
    And regarding the threats of the Kurdish civil war, the newspaper stated that "Washington is taking them into consideration as a reality, especially after the visit of the US presidential advisor for Middle East and North African affairs, Brett McCork, to Erbil last week, and it deepened to include internal disputes between the Kurdish parties themselves. 
    The newspaper pointed out that "with the age of the Secretary-General of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, the differences between his son Masrour Barzani and his relative Nechirvan Barzani over power and his succession in the party are now threatening civil strife within the KDP," as she put it, stressing that "the same differences It also appeared on the Kurdistan National Alliance after the death of its Secretary General and former Iraqi President Jalal Talabani in 2017. 
    The newspaper's report also revealed that "Washington is worried about the Kurdish civil conflict between the two parties and between the internal parties of each party causing a security crisis in the region that may (threaten the security improvement achieved) in the rest of Iraq and throw the country, especially the Kurdistan region, into (the abyss of chaos), as she put it.” 
    The newspaper concluded its report by "inviting Washington to intervene and offer mediation between the opposing Kurdish parties on the one hand, and with Baghdad on the other hand to avoid a crisis in the country, suggesting that McCork's visit be invested by Washington to continue improving." relations between Baghdad and Erbil, and between the two Kurdish parties as well," she said. .
    Editing: A.G 
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