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    American report: The relationship is complex between Baghdad, the factions, and Washington

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    Post by Rocky Tue 13 Feb 2024, 4:35 am

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    [size=52]American report: The relationship is complex between Baghdad, the factions, and Washington[/size]

    [size=45]Yesterday, the Los Angeles Times newspaper described the existing relations between the Iraqi government and the armed factions fighting with the American forces as “complex,” considering that the status of the factions is “ambiguous” as they operate as part of the regular armed forces,[/size]
    [size=45]At the same time, it operates independently outside of state control. The American newspaper considered in its report that this “complex” situation has placed the government of Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani in an increasingly “sensitive position” as it tries to achieve a balance between its relations with the United States and with armed groups.[/size]
    [size=45]After the report specifically reviewed details about the Hezbollah Brigades, one of whose leaders, Abu Baqir al-Saadi, was assassinated by Washington last week, and which the United States classifies as a terrorist organization even though it participated in the war against the terrorist organization ISIS in 2014, which American forces were also fighting, it indicated that the government In 2016, the Popular Mobilization Forces were classified as an independent military formation within the armed forces. But the report pointed out that some of the armed groups that make up the Popular Mobilization Forces are also part of the “Islamic Resistance in Iraq,” which launched about 170 attacks against bases of American forces in Iraq and Syria during the past four months, as retaliation against Washington for its support of Israel in the war on Gaza. The report quoted a researcher at the British Chatham House Institute, Renad Mansour, as saying that the Popular Mobilization Forces are in fact an arm of the Iraqi government, explaining that “they consider themselves protecting the state,” whether by fighting ISIS, or by suppressing anti-government demonstrators. The report also quoted Lahib Hagel, a researcher specializing in Iraqi affairs at the International Crisis Group, as saying that some armed groups within the Popular Mobilization Forces have a dual role, explaining that “they have a daily job, which is their work within the Popular Mobilization Forces, and they have another role, which is “Implementing resistance operations against the American presence.” After the report recalled the position of the Joint Operations Command spokesman, Major General Tahseen Al-Khafaji, and the Iraqi army spokesman, Yahya Rasoul, who criticized the recent American raid on Baghdad, in addition to the position of the coordination framework that called on Sudanese to intensify efforts to end the presence of the American-led coalition forces, it pointed out that US-Iraqi talks were launched last month with the aim of reducing the coalition's mission, but they were temporarily halted after the strike that killed 3 American soldiers at a base in Jordan. The report quoted Mansour as saying that while tensions are rising, “no party realistically wants an all-out confrontation, or direct war, in Iraq,” adding that instead, the United States and Iraq are likely to continue working toward the withdrawal of coalition forces and move toward Establishing bilateral relations between the two countries. As for Hagel, she said that the factions allied with Iran are likely to put pressure on the Iraqi government, with the aim of setting a quick timetable for the gradual end of the alliance.[/size]
    [size=45]According to Hagel, “The United States will not go out under threat with a gun pointed at its head.” She added that what is required is “to stop the escalation in order to hold these talks and actually reach some results.”[/size]
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