British writer: Obama’s remarks on Iraq false

British writer: Obama’s remarks on Iraq false

04/08/2012 19:46

Beirut, August 4 / August (Rn) – under the title of “count the number of dead in Iraq,” wrote journalist Richard Hall, an article in the newspaper “The Independent” British, he dealt with the bloody events which affected Iraq recently. , says the journalist that “after the departure of U.S. troops to Iraq, said President Barack Obama that America left behind a country more secure and stable, “but, according to Hall,” the measure of these terms used by Obama with the bloody scenes that we see every day in Iraq, stresses lie all the statements made by the Americans prior to their departure from Iraq and beyond. ” said Hall said: “the recent bloody months in Iraq deplorable, with high numbers of dead and wounded, mostly civilians, according to figures released by the ministries of defense and interior.” He asked Hall, “Why Iraq is all of these security events as long as the war it was over.” and transmits Hall of the hands of Colin, a security analyst who specializes in the affairs of Iraq mission to monitor the number of deaths in the country through Iraqi newspapers of local, national and record the number of people killed every day, saying that “what is happening today but due to the chaos on the border with Syria, where it easier for al-Qaeda movement between the two countries, and especially to have a lot of goals in both.” Among the most prominent factors that encourage the development of security incidents, according to Hall, is the “lack of maturity of the security services and therefore social and political life fragile. ” and eat Hall political events that followed the exit of the United States, including the arrest warrant for Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, as well as to seek no-confidence in the Maliki government, not to mention the Arab spring, which affect the events of each region, particularly countries with fertile land. ”  Despite what is happening consider Hall that “no one wants Iraq to return to the period 2006 – 2007,” noting that “the Central Command base and all the evil forces focused on their goals in Syria over Iraq.” From: Khalil al-Khalil, the Open: Karwan Joseph

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