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    New York Times: Washington and Tehran have agreed to fight Daash but they are not working together

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    Post by Rocky Thu 05 May 2016, 3:25 am

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    With the support of coalition air strikes and advice , American officers, Iraqi forces haveachieved slow progress in Anbar province and restore areas of Daash. But in the city of Fallujah - which lies under the rule of Daash a long time ago - Civilians die of starvation as a result besieged city. 
    For seasoned observers who monitor US intervention since the Gulf War, this is a familiar pattern as the battlefields gains do not bring stability in its wake. 
    He says Kenneth Pollack , a fellow of the Brookings Institute , "Unfortunately, Brand recorded the American intervention since 2003 , is that military success is not commensurate with the political and economic efforts that ultimately determine whether the field success will translate into lasting achievements." a 
    large number of critics warn that military victories, backed by the Americans, we need to support another political reconciliation and to the unremitting efforts to rebuild the cities so that civilians can return to their areas. 
    Anbar bleak situation; some militias has worsened sectarian feuds, he could not keep thousands of civilians from returning to their neighborhoods. Moreover, it became clear that the United States and Iran have not been able to work together to promote unity in Iraq - despite the fact that both of them want to defeat Daash - even after the deal , which they reached the end of last year , about the Iranian nuclear program and that many were hoping that would allow them to cooperate. 
    Manifested this is clearly the dynamic more in Anbar - land vast desert in western Iraq, which was for years home to the Daash and its predecessor Qaeda and where hundreds of American soldiers and Marines werekilled after the US invasion of the country in 2003. 
    officials say Iran - at a time when the United States is supporting the Iraqi army , and some tribal fighters in the fight Daash - continues to quietly goals in preserving the unity of the country, where you want to secure land route to its allies in Syria, Assad 's government and Hezbollah, and the protection of Baghdad and southern Iraq , a Shiite majority. the 
    situation in Anbar is increasing confusion where intensified Obama administration 's military support, and it announced that it will deploy Apache helicopters and more troops near the front lines, as they are considered victories in Anbar is an important step toward freeing the country from Daash and a prelude to the restoration of Mosul , perhaps this year. But the agents of Iran blocking the unification of the civilian population efforts - the urgent need to eliminate extremism. 
    In Fallujah prevented some civilian militia to leave the city at the same time resisted calls for the delivery ofhumanitarian aid to them, as the population of the province reported acts of kidnapping and killing endorsed by the American and Iraqi officials . the 
    situation is very bad in Fallujah for tens of thousands of civilians trapped there to the extent that dozens aredying of hunger, and that food prices have risen dramatically as the human rights organization warned that the non-arrival of aid to Fallujah, the consequences would be disastrous for civilians. according to 
    inside Fallujah residents say already supported Daash, they welcomed today the liberalization of the city, but they are trapped between the fighters Daash, who are getting brutal towards civilians because of theblockade, and the government. 
    He says Ahmed Mohammed of Fallujah residents by telephone that " the situation inside Fallujah difficult because of the blockade imposed by the security forces from abroad and fighters Daash insider who prevent us from leaving the city. " 
    as that cellphone reception intermittently Anyone who speaks through him under arrest, says Qais al - Jumaili of the people of the city" has become difficult for us to use nigeriawap where fighters are expected Daash that we are talking with the government, so We are very cautious. We do not know our destiny or fate of our families. "
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    Backed by coalition air strikes with the advice of the officers arriving, check the slow Iraqi forces in Anbar province and restore areas of ISIS. But in Fallujah, which lies under the rule of the Islamic State a long time ago – civilian dies from starvation as a result of the siege of the city.
    For seasoned observers who are watching the American intervention since the Gulf war, this is a familiar pattern where battlefields gains do not bring stability in their wake.
    Kenneth Pollack says the Brookings Fellow "Unfortunately the TM for American intervention since 2003 is that military success did not fit with the political and economic efforts that ultimately determine whether field success will turn into lasting achievements."
    A large number of critics warn that military victories, backed by the Americans, need other support for political reconciliation and efforts to rebuild the cities so that civilians can return to their districts.
    A bleak situation in Anbar, some militias have increased poor communal feuds, and thousands of civilians unable to return to their areas. What is more, it became clear that the United States and Iran were unable to work together to promote unity in Iraq — Although both want to defeat Saba – even after the deal reached late last year about the Iranian nuclear program, which many wish to allow them to cooperate.
    This dynamic is reflected more clearly in the vast desert territory west of Al – Iraq, which for years was home to Al-Qaida and its predecessor displayed is flag and killing hundreds of Americans soldiers and Marines after the us invasion of the country in 2003.
    Officials say that Iran — which at the time when the United States supported the Iraqi army and some clan fighters in combat ISIS – quietly continue their objectives in maintaining the unity of the country, where you want to secure a land route to Syria, Assad's Government allies and Hezbollah, protecting Baghdad and southern Iraq with a Shiite majority.
    The situation in Anbar is getting confused where Obama administration has stepped up its military support, and announced it will deploy Apache helicopters and more troops near the front lines, as they are considered triumphs in Anbar, an important step towards freeing the country from the prelude to the Islamic State to restore connector maybe this year. However, Iran agents impede efforts to standardize the civilian population — the urgent need to eradicate extremism.
    And in Fallujah prevented some civilian militia leave the city at the same time resisted calls for the delivery of humanitarian aid, as conservative population informed about the kidnapping and murder of American and Iraqi officials endorsed.
    Very bad conditions in Fallujah for tens of thousands of civilians trapped there, so much so that dozens were dying of hunger, and food prices rose dramatically, according to human rights organization warned that lack of access to Fallujah relief the consequences will be disastrous.
    Inside Fallujah residents already supported Islamic State, they are welcoming today edit town, but they're trapped between the fighters of the Islamic State, who are getting brutal toward civilians because of the embargo, and the Government.
    Ahmed Mohamed says Fallujah over the telephone that "the situation in Fallujah is difficult because of the embargo imposed by the security forces from the outside and inside of the Islamic State to fighters who are preventing us from leaving the city.
    Cell phone reception is also intermittent and everyone who speaks through him under arrest, says qais Al-jumaili of Fallujah "became hard to use the mobile with Saba fighters that we are talking with the Government, so we're very careful. We don't know our destiny or fate of our families. "



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