Wednesday, Oct. 08
Complicate President Barack Obama Thursday with a number of military commanders to discuss military operations against al Daash in Iraq and Syria.
According to sources in the Pentagon [Pentagon] that "Obama will meet today with leaders in the Pentagon's Armed Forces to review the course of military strikes against Daash."
For his part, Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, said that "a meeting of the chiefs of staff of the armed forces of about 20 countries will meet next week to discuss the prospects for the formation of a ground force to support the aerial bombardments."
It was Dempsey, said in 26 of the last September: "We need to force the American wilderness is not facing Daash organization," adding that "air strikes will not be sufficient to eliminate the Daash in Iraq and Syria."
It is said that the Iraqi government and political blocs as well as the religious authority confirmed "its refusal to send ground troops as part of a foreign international coalition to support Iraq in its war against gangs Daash and terrorists."
The prime minister criticized Haider Abadi earlier in the United States for the lack of coordination with the Iraqi security forces in the implementation of its air strikes on Daash saying, "The only mistake committed by the American forces in attacks on Daash in Iraq is the lack of coordination with Iraqi forces on the ground, Vqguatna going forward , and when they are going to need to be in front of air cover, and this cover is currently unavailable. "
He was the coordinator of the international coalition, retired Gen. George John Allen has visited Iraq last Thursday, accompanied by his deputy Brett McGurk and discuss with Iraqi officials the joint cooperation in the fight against Daash. "
He acknowledged American General after his meetings that "rebuilding the Iraqi army will take time before it becomes able to defeat the terrorists," adding that "the process of planning for the restoration of the connector could take years."
Launched the international coalition of more than 270 sites raid on an al Daash in Iraq since last August eighth and last until yesterday, the coalition has expanded the scope of military operations to include Syria also in the twenty-second of September Almadi.anthy
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