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    The New York Times writes: Iraq after Daash and slide for the guerrillas

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    Post by Rocky Wed 27 Jul 2016, 2:40 am

    [ltr]The New York Times writes: Iraq after Daash and slide for the guerrillas[/ltr]

     Since 26/07/2016 20:44 pm (Baghdad time)
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    [ltr]"New York Times" the American wrote that the latest suicide bombing to organize "Daash" in Baghdad, which killed nearly 330 people, portends a long and bloody mutiny return regulation to gangs entrenched the war, due to the shrinking areas controlled by Iraq and Syria.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The newspaper quoted US diplomats and leaders that many of the fighters "Daash" returned to mingle with the population in the liberated areas, where they lost the battles like Fallujah and Ramadi, but are waiting for the right time to carry out future terrorist attacks.[/ltr]
    [ltr]He warned many US officials that even in the event of a military victory in the last bastions Daash Mosul, which they hope to achieve by the end of this year, this will not be enough to prevent the deadly terrorist attacks in Iraq.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The newspaper quoted Sean McFarland, a senior American commander in Iraq, saying that to defeat the insurgency in Iraq must move forward in the political and economic agenda.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The newspaper pointed out that the return of gang wars in Iraq, while the United States and its allies are still fighting Daash in Syria, will be one of the biggest challenges the next US President, who is expected to assume his responsibilities in January next year.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The newspaper reported that for the leaders and American diplomats, the specter of rebellion revive some of the bitter memories of Washington's involvement in Iraq 13 years ago.[/ltr]
    [ltr]US officials have expressed according to the newspaper expressed concern about the chaos raised by the early formation of Daash which was on the verge of Shell Iraqi government movement when there were more than 100 thousand US troops in the country, and noted that this kind of chaos if he returned again may affect the stability of Iraq, and the campaign Foreign seeking to defeat Daash in Syria and Iraq.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The paper cited a recognition of US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter that the impending challenges during his recent visit to Baghdad, where he pointed out that the overthrow of Bdaash in cities such as Mosul, will not simplify the control of all the territory of the region, and that extremists may resort to intimidation Alskan.anthy 29 / tc n[/ltr]


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    The New York Times writes: Iraq after Daash and slide for the guerrillas Empty New York Times: military victory on Daash threatening guerrilla war for sleeper cells

    Post by Rocky Wed 27 Jul 2016, 3:35 am

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    New York Times: military victory on Daash threatening guerrilla war for sleeper cells


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    The last suicide attack carried out by theorganization Daash in Baghdad and killed more than 330 people, portends a long rebellion lasted, according to diplomats and military commanders American, who see the time himself, that the terrorist group would return to its roots , a guerrilla war after shrinking influence in Iraq and Syria. 
    Attribute diplomats the reasons for the growth of these suicidal acts, the organization lost a lot of insurgents in Fallujah and Ramadi battles, the two cities ,which resides in them civilians a year to a large extent. 
    sees US officials, that the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi can be shared with the Sunnis in a comprehensive manner, but they warn that the victory in Mosul to be achieved before the end of this year will not be enough to ward off the lethal insurgency. 
    to defeat the insurgency, Iraq needs to move forward in the political agenda and the economic, according to Gen. Sean MacFarland, commander of US forces in Iraq in a letter sent in the mail to the newspaper. 
    the return of war gangs in Iraq , the first major next US president challenges, while Iraq allies of theAmericans are still struggling in Syria to eliminate the militants Daash. 
    We support the US public opinion President Barack Obama when he decided to send nearly 5,000 US troops to help in Iraq and restore land subject to the militants Daash, but it is unclear whether the political support that would contribute to increased ongoing effort to fight the rebels or not. 
    while Gen. Joseph ڤotal say, the commander of US forces in the Middle East last week, said that " theorganization of Daash is the most powerful terrorist type because practices killings increasingly, as evidenced find a lot of activity despite losing half the territory it captured in Iraq, but it doubles as a used car bombs and suicide bombers and the bombing of Karrada latest proof of that. " 
    in the opinion , Gen. David Petraeus, the former commander of US forces in Iraq," when the defeated Iraqi army organize Daash in Mosul and other parts of Iraq , there will be terrorist cells are trying to continue to implement this kind of terrorist attacks such as those we have seen in Baghdad. " 
    said Ibrahim al - Jaafari, Iraq 's foreign minister last week in Washington," Daash will remain a potential threat to Iraq. " As American officials say, including Lt. Col. Christopher Garver , a military spokesman in Iraq , "gunmen did not appear Daash since December last more than 100 militants, especially after the attack ,hundreds of them in northern Iraq as a base." 
    After the losses suffered by the organization Daash recently, try Kiedio regulation Escape with civilians to flee the violence and fighting in the areas recently recovered, according to the Iraqi leaders. 
    Gen. Abdul - Wahab al - Saadi, chief of operations in Fallujah , says : "we Zaazaana morale Daash, but no one can deny that he has sleeper cells and expect him everything." "We have found the gunmen Daash among the displaced people of Fallujah so that one of them blew himself up after he left with the civilians." The 
    United States and other countries in the international coalition is working to take a series of measures which they believe will help Iraqis to defeat the remnants of the terrorist group in the coming months. 
    in recent weeks, the United States sent trained specialists in dismantling explosives, also sent the director of the company reveal explosives to help the Baghdad security officials to detect explosives and stop acts ofsuicide, what appeared to the Danes, who are part of the international coalition, trained men border guards.He pointed Colonel Garver, that the first batch of men's 300 border guard troops have completed their training for a period of four weeks, it is hoped to do their part on the interval between Jordan and Syria border.
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