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The Washington Post: Government Abadi will be the base engine in the war on Daash

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Post by rocky Sat Sep 13, 2014 7:54 am

The Washington Post: Government Abadi will be the base engine in the war on Daash 


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The Minister of State John Kerry on Wednesday that the new Iraqi government will be broad-based as an "engine" of the Obama administration's plan to stop the rapid progress of the militants of the Islamic state. But with the repetition of the same familiar faces, the ruling coalition will face enormous challenges in playing this role.


Has made ​​Kerry made ​​an unannounced visit to the Iraqi capital just hours before the President Obama, in a televised speech, detail strategy multifaceted include building a "broad coalition" against the Islamic state and the implementation of air strikes in Syria. 
declared Kerry the allocation of 48 million dollars in humanitarian aid, and promised to support additional unspecified Iraqi National Guard and planned military campaign against insurgents. 
, the United States has linked the increase in military assistance for Iraq to form a new government involving Sunni and Kurdish deportees. He congratulated Kerry Iraqi officials to achieve that, after months of political wrangling. 
Nevertheless, analysts say that the line-up which includes many former ministers represent a little bit of separation from the past. Says Wayne White, policy expert at the Middle East Institute and a former analyst in the State Department, said that "praise this government is unjustified and premature, most of its members repeaters from governments sectarian past", where the show where cracks with the announcement of the Kurds that they would join the government for a trial period standing only three months. 
as that of the security ministries have remained vacant after intercepting Shiite politicians on the Sunni candidate for the Ministry of Defense and the Sunni opposition to the Shiite candidate to the Interior Ministry, while the remained four other positions are not manned yet. 
however, that Iraqi officials say there are people new optimism in Under the leadership of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. He said Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, after meeting epitrochlear that "the spirit and mentality of the current government is different from its predecessor, and that figure the new Prime Minister is also different." 
For the United States, the new government look different enough, and feel the Obama administration is relieved to win Abadi on Nouri al-Maliki, who ruled For a long time, has promised the new prime minister to be judged comprehensively real was absent under the rule of al-Maliki. 
Kerry said, "now has been approved by the Iraqi parliament on the new government, new leaders and representatives of all the components of Iraq, they will move forward quickly." "The new government must be comprehensive engine of our strategy against global Daash." 
prominent challenge that will face the new government is the inclusion of the year in the fight against the Islamic state. When swept the insurgents and seized the city of Mosul in June, they were welcomed by many of the citizens of the city resentful too, which they deem a sectarian government in Baghdad. 
that the formation of the Iraqi National Guard's new, like the Sunni Awakening movement, which fought al-Qaeda alongside American troops, is a stone corner Abadi tactical strategy. 
Abadi plan to ease the government's grip on security issues that have long been a source of inconvenience to the Sunni areas, has encouraged Washington. It is expected to enhance the broad international assistance to the new government of his plan to establish the National Guard who will be responsible in front of the provincial council. As for Strutijeth at work, it will be on the Abadi woo Sunni leaders who are still in doubt of his leadership. 
in a meeting with Kerry, warned Abadi from the growing threat of an Islamic state, said after the meeting, "the group mobilizes international network and elicit money and fighters for the cause. we fight these people because they pose a challenge for the entire region and the international community. added appealing to more urgent international assistance "This cancer threatens the entire region and has decided to fight it." 
and told Abadi Kerry that Iraq's ability to fight the insurgency is limited because the troops can not cross the border into Syria, and on the other the other to do this duty, though he did not call for air strikes American on Syria. 
, is expected to launch the Obama administration this attack in the post, but focus first on stopping progress insurgents in Iraq. its part, Syria has said it would regard any military action Americans within its borders an act of aggression. 
Iraq was the first station stops where Kerry on his tour to rally Arab countries and European countries to provide financial and political support and military to fight a long-term against the Islamic state. 
adopt a plan the United States on such broad-based support as a solid foundation for Iraq in the fight against insurgents. Kerry said that al-Jubouri asked him to lead the efforts to communicate with Arab partners potential of the Year in the Arabian Gulf region. 
said a senior official in the State Department, "This visit comes in circumstances in which a real opportunity, and shake effective in the government," an opportunity for progress on issues important corrupted leaders Iraq for eight years. The official said the Obama administration is not oblivious to the challenges facing Abadi or coalition that supported "That would be very difficult, the problems facing Iraq pose a challenge unbelievable."

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