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    “Our soldiers are in a trap.” An American report calls for “courage” to withdraw from Iraq and Syria

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    “Our soldiers are in a trap.” An American report calls for “courage” to withdraw from Iraq and Syria Empty “Our soldiers are in a trap.” An American report calls for “courage” to withdraw from Iraq and Syria

    Post by Rocky Thu 07 Dec 2023, 4:51 am

    “Our soldiers are in a trap.” An American report calls for “courage” to withdraw from Iraq and Syria



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    Shafaq News/ The American newspaper “The Hill” called for the withdrawal of the small American forces stationed openly in both Iraq and Syria in light of the possibilities of regional escalation that will expose their lives to greater danger, and to follow the example of what former American President Ronald Reagan did, when he withdrew American forces from Beirut after... Hundreds of them were killed by bombing their military headquarters, and transporting them from land to ships at sea.
    The American report, which was published in English and translated by Shafaq News Agency, considered that American security interests are best achieved when the American army is able to apply decisive force by starting operations at the time and place it chooses, noting that soldiers deployed in Iraq and Syria cannot Fighting a “fair battle,” calling for applying “common sense” instead of exposing small numbers of soldiers stationed in remote and exposed bases to fire from Iranian-backed militias.
    After the report mentioned that there were more than 73 attacks on American forces in Iraq and Syria during the past weeks, and that more than 60 of them were injured, and that they survived when a bomb-laden drone collided with their building in one of the bases in Iraq, but it did not explode, the report said that the goal of this attack was not Threatening or harassing US military service members, or even killing them.
    Although the report pointed out the retaliatory air strikes carried out by the United States against the militias in response to those attacks, it stressed that the United States must reserve the right to respond forcefully when American forces are at risk, but it warned that such operations will not prevent further attacks. Attacks on fragile American sites. On the contrary, these attacks may increase in size and frequency.
    The report said, "Many Americans will feel bewildered when they realize that about 2,500 American soldiers are still in Iraq and that 900 others are still stationed in Syria," adding that their deployment is part of a remnant of the mission to combat ISIS, which technically ended with the regional elimination of what It is called the "Caliphate" in Iraq in 2017 and in Syria in 2019.
    He continued, saying that American forces are currently deployed throughout Iraq, and are stationed at Al-Tanf base in Syria, in the context of a specific mission, ostensibly to provide advice and assistance to local forces working to ensure the “permanent defeat” of the terrorist organization.
    But the report considered that the strength of the American army succeeds when its mission becomes clear, and when its resources are deployed thoughtfully, while ensuring a strong commitment to achieving victory through strong civilian participation and the involvement of Congress, adding that when the armed forces are neglected and there is no strong and unclear commitment to achieving victory. American soldiers and their allies are at risk.
    The American report mentioned the recently passed 40th anniversary of the bombing of the US Marine Corps headquarters in Beirut when a suicide bomber detonated a truck bomb, killing 241 American soldiers, indicating that the mission of the American forces was not clearly defined at the time, and they were bound by the rules of engagement in peacetime to maintain It was placed in "neutral mode", but it was exposed to sniper and mortar fire from the moment it was lowered from the sea onto land.
    The report praised President Reagan's position at the time when he repositioned Marine forces on naval ships and quietly withdrew soldiers from a bloody, multi-sided civil war, as he thus corrected the course and saved more American lives and resources, describing what Reagan did as applying strategic awareness and political stability in his decision. By removing American soldiers from unnecessary danger.
    Therefore, the report said, “Let us learn from this lesson. It is now time to regain the initiative and deny our adversaries the goal by withdrawing our forces from Iraq and Syria,” adding that “whatever orders are supposed to justify their missions, they must be weighed against the fact that if If they suffer serious harm, there may be no escape from the outbreak of a broader regional war,” warning that “such a conflict will not serve American and Israeli interests.”
    He continued, saying that the United States’ deployment of the “Eisenhower” and “Ford Carrier Strike Groups,” an “Ohio”-class nuclear submarine armed with 154 “Tomahawk” cruise missiles, along with other warships in the region, constitutes unequivocal evidence of American capability. To display overwhelming power, defend Washington's interests, and assist allies.
    The report concluded by reminding that American soldiers are present in fragile and isolated bases in Iraq and Syria, and are exposed to fire, and they have been there since before the current crisis, and their deployment is still not specific to immediate goals, a situation that restricts their freedom of action, while the American army must be... Deploy it for the sake of fighting and achieving victory, and not placing it as “bait in a trap of our own making.” Therefore, the report called on policymakers in Washington to "have the courage necessary to develop their way of thinking, take advantage of strengths and avoid unnecessary disasters."
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