Observers: Iraq after the connector will not return to what it was at all
Observers: Iraq after the connector will not return to what it was at all
Continue to clashes between Iraqi security forces and gunmen from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, known as Daash with trying these advances towards the capital Baghdad.
, security sources said that the gunmen had attacked during the night of Monday to Tuesday parts of the city of Baquba in Diyala province, and seized, but the security forces managed to their response later.
was reported that the gunmen also controlled almost entirely on the city of Tal Afar, while security sources said dozens of civilians and insurgents were killed in clashes there.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to open a dialogue in an effort to stop the sectarian violence.
said Ki-moon, speaking in Geneva today that the governments that neglect of human rights but also creates a breeding ground for extremism and terrorism. Meanwhile, the United States sent 275 military to protect the U.S. embassy in Baghdad as U.S. officials have asserted that they consulted with Iran on the situation in Iraq. said a spokeswoman for the U.S. State Department, Jane Bsaki The aim of the consultations is to convince Iran, if possible, to play a role in encouraging the Iraqi government to act in a responsible manner away from sectarianism It said: “The message that Snouselha, if we want it, or Saouselha now is that there is a role to play in alleviating the sectarian nature which governed Iraq, and this role can they can play. do not believe that it is useful for the Iraqis to rely on the ability of Iranian security forces. ” But the White House said he does not intend to cooperate militarily with Iran about Iraq, as stated in a statement issued by his spokesman, Josh Ernest “will not include any dialogue with the Iranian regime coordinated military.’re not interested in doing any effort to coordinate military activities with Iran “.
The U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has said that Washington was considering air strikes to assist the Iraqi government in defeating the Islamist militants and said: “I do not represent this (strikes) a full response is that it may be one of the options the task to stop this tide and the movement of people traveling in the form of convoys inside the trucks to intimidate people. ”
Kerry also said that Washington was open to discuss the situation in Iraq with Iran when he said in response to a question about such a potential collaboration: “At this time, I think that we have to move step by step to make sure that is true, but I would not ruled out anything that would contribute to the stability of the real. ”
The United Nations welcomed the ratification by the Federal Court on the results of the parliamentary elections and called on the new parliament to hold its sessions to ensure the continuity of the political process, according to a statement issued by the Special Envoy of the United Nations in Iraq Nikolay Mladenov.
statement called on the leaders to meet urgently to agree on a security plan national face of the terrorist threat and the group policy initiatives and comprehensive social stressing the readiness of the UN to work on this task easier.
Mladenov also said that progress forces Daash threatens the future of Iraq as it represents a real threat to the region and considered that Iraq is currently facing the biggest threat to the sovereignty and territorial integrity. Observers I spoke to Radio Free Iraq that this stage is already the most dangerous stage facing Iraq as a state may end Iraq to the division into three states, noting that the idea of partition is not entirely new as it had previously raised on several occasions. expert strategic Aziz Jabr said that the Iraqis do not want to be their country is divided into provinces and principalities that there is apparently a plan to divide Iraq and is already being implemented. But Jabr believed that Iraq would not be divided at the end of it but it may enter into a conflict between Dwylath which will consist, as saying. Aziz Jabr also said Iraq before the seizure of insurgents on Mosul was different Iraq with him now was seen as a lesson to be learned in how to shape the relationship between the center and the provinces. either Hamid Fadhel, political science professor at Baghdad University, he saw that Iraq before the connector is different from Iraq after the connector already, and saw that the future will witness the formation of states in Aera will be one of them Kurdish. political analyst, said that the Kurds had seized all the land that they were dreaming annexed to the Kurdistan region through the application of Article 140 and even more of them also completed the whole period so all the factors necessary for their existence as a state at the economic, geographic, political and other leaving only regional balances, which balances led interest as it became clear in the Turkish position of Kurdistan and Baghdad, he said. political science professor Hamid Fadel saw that it is very difficult in his opinion that the Iraqis will return to fusion in one country anymore noted that the difference has become vastly between Sunnis and Shiites and said that it actually imposes on everyone to submit to him and he said Iraq before the case split and divide the real, to three countries, Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish. professor of political science at the University of Baghdad, Ali al-Jubouri did not rule out anything but he expressed his pessimism for the post-eighth of June, the day of the fall of Mosul, however, forces Daash. Jubouri criticized political forces also said they preferred their own interests to the interests of the country.
This was quoted by Reuters news agency about the Vice President of the Republic fugitive Tareq al-Hashemi, who is currently residing in Turkey, that the current violence in Iraq is part of the uprising broader Sunni Arabs, not just a campaign by militants year separated from al-Qaeda.
Hashemi said: “What happened in my country .. flounce is desperate. that simple. Sunni Arab communities faced discrimination and injustice and havoc over 11 years. ” He added: “We have about 11 or 12 armed group .. and re-activated now. And we also have political parties post .. our former officers in the army .. our tribes … we are independent in fact.”
Reuters news agency quoted Hashemi as saying also, “We have many groups as well as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant .. do not deny their existence, or say that this group is not impressive. not .. it is a poignant and very strong .. but it does not represent the full spectrum of groups. ” For his part, political analyst Essam Alfeli that there is a trend clear to the year currently to form a province of their own covers a wide area of Iraq, including Anbar, Mosul, Salahuddin and Hawija and perhaps also part of Diyala province, with the blessing of the regional countries, including Turkey and Saudi Arabia. saw Alfeli also said that the future of Iraq will be based on federalism in fact it is what will happen to the problems between the various parties indicating that the forces that seized control of the Mosul are not all of Daash but it also forces refused to form political system in Iraq after 2003, including the former Iraqi army officers and leaders of the former regime who are trying to have a political presence in Iraq, he said.
The news agencies have quoted Commissioner for Human Rights at the United Nations, Navi Pillay, as saying that the evidence shows that the Islamist militants who have killed dozens of Iraqi soldiers, but have committed war crimes as it seems.
Pillay condemned what it called the executions of hundreds of soldiers carried out by forces Daash outside the framework of the battles in addition to the the killing of civilians, including clerics and people working with the government. Pillay also said that it was difficult to know the true number of those who were killed in cold blood, and noted that most of the killings took place in the Tikrit area, saying they are almost war crimes. mentions that the current situation in Iraq, prompting the United States to announce that it will transfer a number of the staff of its embassy in Baghdad, the largest in the world to other areas, including the consulate in Basra, or to Erbil or to Amman. UN in turn passed the 58 Mlakatha operating in Baghdad to Amman to Arbil. said a spokesman for the International Organization that the coming days may witness the transfer of more workers, who number fewer than (GDP) in Baghdad and surrounding areas for 200 people. participation of Radio Free Iraq correspondent in Baghdad, Ahmed al-Zubaidi