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    Three reasons for the birth of armed groups outside the law in Iraq.. What is Bremer’s relationship?

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Saturday (April 13, 2024), security affairs expert Ahmed Al-Tamimi revealed 3 reasons for the birth of armed groups outside the law in Iraq.
    Al-Tamimi said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "The events after 2003 and Paul Bremer's decision to comprehensively dissolve the military and security establishment and their direct and dangerous repercussions are accompanied by the occupation's reliance on incorrect foundations in rebuilding and the accompanying emergence of extremist organizations, some of which were supported by countries to achieve A different agenda in Iraq, all of which created an environment for the birth of outlaw armed groups, because we were in a very turbulent and chaotic environment.”
    He added, "The state of political instability and the reliance of some forces on armed wings to impose their will at times or preserve their gains at other times has strengthened the ability of outlaw groups, some of which took their names in order to perpetuate their survival, especially since some of them have now had a presence in government institutions."
    Al-Tamimi pointed out that “the Commission’s laws prohibit the presence of any party that has an armed organization, but this matter is not implemented because it will lead to a heated political conflict,” pointing out that “the armed groups’ activities have noticeably declined, not because of pressure, but their leaders have become more involved in politics and they realize that their interest lies.” By not clashing with the security forces and seeking to build a relationship that allows their armed wings to remain, even if in an undeclared manner, because they realize that they are necessary to defend their interests beyond necessity and for several reasons.”
    In 2003, the US civilian administrator of Iraq, Paul Bremer, announced the dissolution of the Iraqi armed forces and security services that formed the backbone of the rule of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
    A statement issued by Bremer stated that it was decided to dissolve the Ministries of Defense and Information and their affiliated agencies, the Republican Guard forces, the military courts and the State Security Courts, and to dismiss hundreds of thousands of officers, soldiers and employees working in the institutions covered by the decision.
    The decision also stipulates the suspension of recruitment for military service and the handover of all property and buildings of the dissolved institutions to the American administration in Iraq. 
    The statement explained that the decision comes within the framework of an active campaign by the US administration to convince the Iraqi people that "Saddam Hussein's regime has ended and will never return."
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Saturday (April 13, 2024), security affairs expert Ahmed Al-Tamimi revealed 3 reasons for the birth of armed groups outside the law in Iraq.
    Al-Tamimi said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "The events after 2003 and Paul Bremer's decision to comprehensively dissolve the military and security establishment and their direct and dangerous repercussions are accompanied by the occupation's reliance on incorrect foundations in rebuilding and the accompanying emergence of extremist organizations, some of which were supported by countries to achieve A different agenda in Iraq, all of which created an environment for the birth of outlaw armed groups, because we were in a very turbulent and chaotic environment.”
    He added, "The state of political instability and the reliance of some forces on armed wings to impose their will at times or preserve their gains at other times has strengthened the ability of outlaw groups, some of which took their names in order to perpetuate their survival, especially since some of them have now had a presence in government institutions."
    Al-Tamimi pointed out that “the Commission’s laws prohibit the presence of any party that has an armed organization, but this matter is not implemented because it will lead to a heated political conflict,” pointing out that “the armed groups’ activities have noticeably declined, not because of pressure, but their leaders have become more involved in politics and they realize that their interest lies.” By not clashing with the security forces and seeking to build a relationship that allows their armed wings to remain, even if in an undeclared manner, because they realize that they are necessary to defend their interests beyond necessity and for several reasons.”
    In 2003, the US civilian administrator of Iraq, Paul Bremer, announced the dissolution of the Iraqi armed forces and security services that formed the backbone of the rule of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
    A statement issued by Bremer stated that it was decided to dissolve the Ministries of Defense and Information and their affiliated agencies, the Republican Guard forces, the military courts and the State Security Courts, and to dismiss hundreds of thousands of officers, soldiers and employees working in the institutions covered by the decision.
    The decision also stipulates the suspension of recruitment for military service and the handover of all property and buildings of the dissolved institutions to the American administration in Iraq. 
    The statement explained that the decision comes within the framework of an active campaign by the US administration to convince the Iraqi people that "Saddam Hussein's regime has ended and will never return."
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