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    The Washington Post: 10 potential wars in Iraq and Syria after Daesh

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    Post by Rocky Sat 10 Sep 2016, 10:19 am

    The Washington Post: 10 potential wars in Iraq and Syria after Daesh

     Since 10/09/2016 16:27 pm (Baghdad time)
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    The Washington Post predicted in a report on its website the outbreak of the 10 wars in the region, describing it as "potential war" that might erupt after the war on Daesh.
    The report also pointed to the shrinking borders "caliphate" alleged Daesh very quickly and confined the scope of its control in Iraq and Syria, the report and wondered what would come after the war that the United States-led organization.
    The response that probably there are more wars, the existing alliance to fight Daesh featuring a group of allies, some of whom see in others his enemies.
    And spotted a newspaper in its 10 wars expected it erupted and some wars mentioned has already begun, and some other wars may not erupt at all, and at the same time outbreak of any of these wars increase the chances of survival of the organization and its prosperity and perhaps dragging feet of the United States to the region for several years.
    1. The war between the Syrian Kurdish forces with Arab forces
    This war has already begun and is one of the most complex wars. Although the United States has asked the two teams to stop fighting, it is not known whether it has sufficient influence over its allies combatants to prevent an aggravation of the conflict.
    2. war between Turkey and the Syrian Kurds
    This war would be otherwise very similar, but on a larger scale. So far, Turkey merely push deeper into areas controlled by the Daesh and predominantly Arab. Turkey, however, worried about a Kurdish state on its border, where Kurds declared autonomy earlier this year. If the tension continues, we can not exclude the Turkish invasion of those areas where also some American troops are stationed.
    3. The war between Syrian Kurds and the Syrian regular forces
    The Syrian government also feel threatened by the aspirations of the Kurds. Until recently, it maintained the alliance Saab, President Bashar al-Assad has repeatedly boasted that he provided the Kurds weapons. However, this relationship soured since the declaration of Kurdish autonomy, the two sides are facing in the short battles in areas where the two sides deployed forces. A cease-fire now, but the aspirations of the Kurdish self-rule in light of the danger of the stated goal for Assad to re-establish the sovereignty of the Syrian state over the whole country.
    4. The war between the United States and Syria
    This was a war could break out in a number of occasions in the five years since he called US President al-Assad to step down. The lack confirms that both sides wanted to avoid conflict. It is still very unlikely, but there are a few fronts in the war on Daesh can get a direct confrontation between the US-backed forces and the forces of the system, including tenderness, where he was supporting the two sides in June, competing attacks from different directions. Last month, Washington pushed the fighter jets to deter Syria for the bombing of the Kurds.
    5. war between Turkey and Syria
    Limited Turkish intervention in Syria so far to fight Daesh and Kurdish forces. Ankara has also taken steps to reform its relations with both Russia and Iran, the two allies Alobrzyn lion that seems to be given the green light to the Turkish invasion of northern Syria. And if the battle took place against Daesh is fine, you may find itself confronting Turkish troops fronts Syrian forces around Aleppo Mahasrh.oho what could evolve into a mess.
    6. war between the Iraqi Kurds and the Iraqi government
    The situation is not less dangerous or complicated on the Iraqi border of the State of Daesh. As Syrian Kurds expanded the areas under their control in a manner constituted a challenge to the sovereignty of the Syrian state, the Iraqi Kurds moved to areas that had been under Iraqi government control. The Baghdad government says it intends to recover those areas after defeating completely Daesh, while confirming the Kurds, who have the support of Washington, they will not give up any areas of paid blood to control it, and these conflicts prior to the existence of Daesh, but they will return to appear with intentions of revenge after the elimination of regulation
    7. war between Iraqi Kurds and militias
    This war may get for reasons similar to the previous war, except that it began to loom on the horizon. Shiite militias have carried out most of which have the support of Iran's prominent role in some of the battles against the Daesh, advanced north of Baghdad to repel its fighters. They have become in the face of the Iraqi peshmerga fighters, which enjoys the support of the Kurdish regions of South America. In Tuz got confrontations between the two sides.
    8. war between the Kurds and the Kurds
    No Syrian Kurds not united Iraq, which could trigger infighting among themselves. This scenario is the most complex but it is not unlikely. In except united by the ambition of statehood globule, Iraq's Kurds differ on everything, and they are divided factions fought a bloody war in the nineties of the last century. One of these factions is the sworn enemy of the Kurds who control the north of Syria, who are themselves not united. So it seems the conflict between Kurdish groups possible in Syria or Iraq or the two together.
    9. war between Sunnis and Shiites or Kurds
    In the context of the war on Daesh, predominantly Shiite or Kurdish forces mainly Sunni areas invaded. Sunni militants are involved in the fighting to defeat Daesh from their areas, many of them showing relieved to get rid of the militant group. However, there are reports of violations of the Shiites and Kurds against the Sunni communities in which they are editors, including forced displacement from their homes for the year or the mass arrests of men. In the absence of genuine reconciliation, including a political solution enhances the Year site, it can be the emergence of a new Sunni Arab insurgency.
    10. remnants of war between Daesh everyone
    Daesh controlled a large part of the territory of Syria and Iraq. And it began preparations for the Liberation of Asmteh tenderness and Mosul. If confronted participating in the attacks on each other groups, these battles may be delayed indefinitely. But even if it does not, the other disputes that are pending will lead to a long period of instability in the region. If the current war led to new wars, the state Daesh will endure.
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