Political analyst reveals a political figure that destroyed Iraq (details)

Political analyst reveals a political figure that destroyed Iraq (details)

01-12-2015 06:00 PM

Political analyst reveals a political figure that destroyed IraqSaid US political analyst Fareed Zakaria, on Tuesday, that everything that is happening in Iraq is caused by the Vice President of the Republic article Nuri al-Maliki, who headed the Iraqi government for two.

He said Zakaria, who is described as the most famous journalists interested in Iraqi affairs and international relations, American foreign policy, The ‘ There are reports issued from the areas controlled by the organization Daash show that people do not prefer to live under the brutal rule of the organization and they live in a state of fear, even for those who preferred to live in those areas rather than live under Shiite rule have become the shareholders ‘.

He added that’ the biggest mistake intelligence and politician did not allow for the organization of Daash strengthen himself, but was weakening the Iraqi state, in the middle of the year 2014 when Daash began to take control of the city after the other was the response of the Iraqi army did leave the weapons and escape ‘.

He said,’ This army is spent by the United States more from $ 25 billion to build and strengthen and reached a population of 200 thousand soldiers, six times the number of Daash or more fighters, and everything was referring to one person, that person is Nuri al-Maliki, who I think then that it came to power coronation of democracy ‘.

He stressed that’ al-Maliki, a Shi’ite In For ensuring the success of democracy was incumbent upon him to heal the rift between Shiites and Sunnis in Iraq, but he did not, and when asked the army to fight Daash soldiers, said military Sunnis do not simply ‘.

testifies Iraq at the present time and large-scale military operations against al’ Daash ‘Daash which It controls several important cities for more than a year, such as Mosul and Ramadi, which led to the displacement of about two million Iraqis to the Kurdistan Region.