The Sun: an impending civil war after the disintegration of the social fabric of Iraq

The Sun: an impending civil war after the disintegration of the social fabric of Iraq

The time on Monday, January 28 2 / January 2013 10:40 | |

London, Baghdad / Orr News

Asked Britain’s The Sun newspaper in the tenth anniversary of the Iraq war, whether allied countries including Britain look after those years, “proudly or regret,” she said in a report on the anniversary of Iraq still wallowing in its place, in the best cases is moving towards democracy.

But the newspaper, according to experts who met with saw that the signs of civil war clear days after the last, and the social fabric exposed to the disintegration of clear, believing that the Iraqis would see the final bill for the war “red.” She pointed out that the Iraqis were before the war respect the United Kingdom, but the picture changed after the invasion, arguing that the London bombings earlier, were not to occur if not involved Britain in the war, while confirming that the kingdom will deal with the legacy of their participation in the war for many years, in light of the continued fallout war on its soldiers even today, Mstvhma if the West learn the lesson after all those years or not.

The newspaper The Sun in a report published Sunday, that “hundreds of soldiers Nordic countries were 10 years ago from now on alert, as we were ready for the war, and that Tony Blair and George Bush told us a lot about the seriousness of Saddam Hussein, weapons of mass destruction, which hides , and soldiers marched on the ground in March of 2003, which led to the bloody conflict lasted for a long time, “wondering” Now that settled dust war on the ground, and proved Image British intervention, do you look back with pride or with regret? “.

The newspaper quoted British Nick Megoran, Professor geopolitical at Newcastle University as saying, “When we went into Iraq was our hope dislocated the regime of Saddam Hussein dictatorship, and consolidate the values of liberal democracy there,” stressing that “10 years after the start of the war there, and deposed tyrant, But that is difficult for us to talk about democracy in Iraq, where we can say that Iraq is moving at them, or that most are still at a standstill. ”

And launched the United States and Britain, with the participation of a number of countries allied war on Iraq on March 19, 2003 and lasted until April 9 of the same year, which killed Saddam Hussein’s regime. And established the authority of the occupation government Bremer partnership with the Iraqi opposition after strenuous efforts to collect Stadtha, to begin a new era when the Iraqi state earlier had collapsed completely, and began U.S. authority in cooperation with what was called “Governing Council” Iraqi groove diaspora state quickly crumbled and disintegrated, and was the scene looting institutions is the dominant scene in those days.

Then rolled 3 governments headed by Allawi and al-Jaafari and al-Maliki, who are still vying for power with the others under the war, bombings and assassinations claimed hundreds of thousands of deaths has not subsided since then. According to the newspaper, he “died about 179 British soldiers in Iraq, and it is estimated that also killed 150 thousand Iraqis,” but that Megoran believes that “the true figure may be much higher, while forcing millions of ordinary people to flee out of Iraq” , explaining that “the signs of civil war in Iraq clear day after another, the social fabric of the country may rupture, hence the Iraqis may wonder whether he deserves all these losses, where I think the final bill they were red.”

He continued academic at Newcastle University said that “Europe in general and Britain in particular are still dealing with the legacy of the war so far, so I and because I work in the Middle East before the year 2003, people were there appreciate the United Kingdom and respect, but after what happened, has changed is often” , asserting that “the events of the invasion of Iraq was born great reaction to the Islamists, and I also think that the London bombings were not to occur if we did not go to Iraq, and for this, I stress that Britain will deal with this legacy for a long time.”

For his part, Michael Patrick Kuliniaa described, senior lecturer on the history of the United States of America at the University of Northumbria, the war on Iraq to “immediate failure”. He also reported the Sun in its report, saying, “It was the performance of the management of the war is very weak, so it was clear that there was no real strategy.”

He Kuliniaa the newspaper “we have to say that military intervention was the solution to the many problems at the time, so as to prove the argument that this intervention in Iraq was a success, and that Iraq is moving towards democracy and equality, but it is imperative that we ask ourselves, any eighths was the improvement? “he said, adding” we must wonder about any success talking, as he when the withdrawal of troops from Iraq over the past year, the Iraqi issue disappeared from the press, but we should not forget the large size of the shock that soldiers still suffer from it. ”

He senior lecturer at the University of Northumbria, saying that “opinions have changed under President Obama, where there was a public outcry from the invasion carried out by Bush for Iraq, but a rapid transformation has happened over the past years,” attributing the cause to be “Obama was not involved in the the issue of the war, so he was one of the few opponents in the Senate. ” The Sun and wondered, saying, “Do we have learned the lesson here in the West,” Megoran thinks so.