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    Abadi faces difficulty in gaining support for the Sunni tribes in Iraq

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    Abadi faces difficulty in gaining support for the Sunni tribes in Iraq Empty Abadi faces difficulty in gaining support for the Sunni tribes in Iraq

    Post by Rocky Fri Oct 31, 2014 8:04 am

    Abadi faces difficulty in gaining support for the Sunni tribes in Iraq

     
    Baghdad Ahmed Rashid: when he received Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi office was considered a moderate Shiite leader was able to win the support of Sunni tribal leaders to fight against state regulation Alasalamah.lkn after three months after he took office a year seen -alven days helped US forces to expel the organization of al-Qaeda from Iraq - to Abadi intense suspicion for failing to fulfill its pledges support Anbar province, the Sunni stronghold in Iraq . 
    For his part, does not trust Abadi much in Tribal elders divided and accused of abusing government funding and military support to them in the past. 
    The Abadi (62 years) - a Shiite engineer received his higher education in Britain - Personal more conciliatory than his predecessor, Nouri al-Maliki, which describes most of the year its policies as discriminatory led to the outbreak of the revolution against him in Sunni areas exploited later fighters of the Islamic State this year. 
    For its part, Washington hopes - that support the Iraqi forces are currently raids AIR that the new Iraqi Prime Minister succeeds in rebuilding the fragile coalition with the notables of the Sunni tribes, especially in Anbar province, US forces helped to defeat al-Qaeda in its military operations in 2006 and 2007. 
    But after a meeting called by Abadi this week with tribal leaders and televised it seems still faces a difficult task.The prime minister spoke while he was a lot of tribal leaders listen silently without any interaction with him, and they said as they left the government did not understand their grievances and did not give them promises sufficient to support them. 
    The leader of the clan, Sheikh Lawrence Hardan of City offense in Anbar they feel overwhelmed by Abadi policy toward Anbar, stressing that they want to live in peace and re-displaced families and stop the bloodshed. 
    He added that the key question is whether Abadi can deal with all these things? The answer is «no», pointing out that what is happening in the country beyond the ability of Abadi and its potentials. It was not possible to immediately contact officials in Abadi's office for comment.
    A serious threat to Anbar
    Anbar is one of the battlefields Home now as they were in 2006-2007, a vast desert province Parties include cities controlled by the tribes in the valley of the Euphrates River, which runs from the Syrian border to the outskirts of western Baghdad. 
    He was the organization of the Islamic state progresses in Anbar even before it seizes Most of northern Iraq last June. 
    and check the Islamic state further gains on the ground in Anbar approaching more of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, despite the establishment of the government forces and Kurdish fighters from the Kurdistan to restore some of the land in the north of the country. 
    The besieging the Islamic state is currently appointed Lion Base largest an air base in the province modern bridge is vital to the Euphrates River. 
    The controlled fighters Islamic state on the towns of the Syrian border, and even parts of the city of Ramadi -asma Anbar and areas of fertile near Baghdad. 
    The beats fighters Islamic state numerically the Sunni tribal fighters who accuse the US military and the Iraqi government not to send enough support. 
    and pay a lot of tribal fighters opposed to the organization of hardline dearly for their resistance in the past few weeks. 
    Officials said Wednesday that the Islamic state fighters were detained and then executed about 35 men from the tribes in the city located on the banks of the Euphrates in Anbar province, the Heat. 
    said Sheikh Naim Gaood clan of the Albu Nimr tribes Iraq one month they asked the Prime Minister arming tribal fighters opposed to the Islamic state immediately.He said they told him that the situation is becoming increasingly complex in Anbar with each passing day, which imposes on the government to take immediate action on the ground. 
    He added that all that came out of his meeting with al-Abadi was only promises. She says she wants tribal weapons for self-defense. But the distribution of weapons is risky in the province where he dominated ambiguity on loyalties. 
    He Gaood and other tribal adult Reuters Abadi did not provide satisfactory answers to the request for weapons justified his position that the previous arms shipments did not monitor the well. 
    acknowledges elders that previous arms shipments ended up away from its purpose, but they blamed the government for poor management of the situation. Gaood said they are aware that most of the arms supplied by the Maliki government, a number of members of the clan in April / April last ended up in the hands of the Islamic state fighters. 
    He said the elders of the families of the others that the tribes themselves need to make more effort to coordinate their positions to get the support of the government. 
    A tribal leader and Sam Hardan, who fought against al-Qaida in the past that before talking about Abadi's ability to deal with the situation in Anbar should be noted that the families of the news themselves leaders were divided and lacking entirely to the coordination between them, which is reflected in the government's position at the meeting. 
    He added that the Government Abadi to assess first the seriousness of the elders of the tribes in Anbar and readiness before you make a decision for their support in the fight against the Islamic state. 
    However, many Sunni tribal leaders say they will not trust the central government, which is dominated by Shiites before they take further measures to rein in armed Shiite groups Sunnis accuse of kidnapping, torture and murder with impunity. 
    So far there is no indication of the determination of the government to solve these armed groups, which is endowed for the defense of Baghdad when the Iraqi army collapsed in the face of the Islamic State attack in the north of the country in June / June Emir Sheikh Ali Hatem Dulaimi clan and one of the leaders of the Sunni uprising against al-Maliki and al-Abadi said that if he wanted to get help in fighting the Islamic state, he should begin to rein «militias» Shiite. (Reuters)

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