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News about the arrival of five thousand U.S. troops to Iraq


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Baghdad: security source said, Wednesday, that there is news about the arrival of five thousand U.S. troops to Iraq to participate military operations.

 

The source told "tomorrow's Press," that "there is news about the arrival of five thousand U.S. troops to Baghdad airport, this afternoon."

 

The source, who requested anonymity, that "it is likely to be involved these forces conducted a military operation at midnight today," without giving further details.

 

The militants Daash took control, on Tuesday, the province of Nineveh, fully and marched to spend Alherquae, escaped governor of Nineveh province and officials all the leaders of the army and police to Arbil, the militants seized control of the military headquarters and seized the banks, government and airport preservation and fled all the prisoners from the prison Badush, while Prime Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on high alert and called on the House to convene an emergency session to declare a state of emergency in the country.

 

It is noteworthy that Iraq and the United States signed at the end of November 2008, agreement was called the strategic framework to support the ministries and agencies of the Iraqi transition from the strategic partnership with the Republic of Iraq to the areas of economic, diplomatic, cultural and security, as well as providing important sustainable for the rule of law, including the police development program and the completion of coordination and supervision and the report of the Fund for Iraq relief and reconstruction.

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A security source revealed, Wednesday, for the arrival of 4,000 U.S. troops to Baghdad International Airport for the award of the security forces in the fight against "Daash." 

The source said that "4,000 troops Amarki arrived today, to Baghdad International Airport, coming from a military base in Turkey to support the elements of the Iraqi army in the face of the organization" Daash "terrorist according to the strategic agreement signed between the two countries." 

And add that "the security forces regained control of most areas of Mosul and Salahuddin remote control" Daash "on a number of villages and airport Sharqat military watchtowers in Baiji."

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I'm going with "Smoke" - no way a movement of that large a force of military is going to be hidden from main stream media - and the forces in Turkey are primarily Air Force and number less than 4,000.

 

Probably a bluff to try and scare back the ISIS fighters....and a really poor one at that.

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I'm going with "Smoke" - no way a movement of that large a force of military is going to be hidden from main stream media - and the forces in Turkey are primarily Air Force and number less than 4,000.

 

Probably a bluff to try and scare back the ISIS fighters....and a really poor one at that.

 

I thought I smelled a little whiff of that "Smoke" myself TankDude. Thank You

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Bunch of heroine drug addicts shooting up eating acid no govt no Geneva convention idiots

No great loss if they were ground up bones and all

All the prisoners let loose by Baghdad and Obama now negotiating with terrorists

Setting a precedent

So grabbing some hostages is on the table for these nuts

No one was to negotiate with terrorists

Obama don't care

Capture and release Obama politics setting the stage

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what  seems  to be  the  movement  that I am looking at , through news  here ,  and in our own medias ,  this really  looks like  the  bunch  of  fighters  coming  across from  Syria , they are  loosing  ground in the front ranks  in Syria  I think , the  end of  super fighting in the region of Syria ,  is or will be   knocked down , or  called a truce  by the middle of next year , --------> and  these loose cannons  are  running back across boarder lines  to the weakest area`s  and  taken anything ,,,   lets hope  the u.n.  isn`t dragging their feet ,  and will send in a troop  to control this mess for  a couple years !  what  we  most  definitely  need right now  is  strength  in the  region of Iraq ,  we need all this  crap of  explosions  and   guys  like this in the head lines ,  to  get  kicked off the  map  , and  get  Iraq  back too a  smooth  transition ....... {  funny  how  this  is  right  on  the heels  of  maliki  getting  his butt kicked out of  the office  , and all of  a sudden  here  these guys come    

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2655485/US-no-plans-send-35-000-Middle-East-based-troops-Iraq-al-Qaeda-overruns-two-cities-forces-500-000-flee-lives.html

US has no plans to send any of its 35,000 Middle East-based troops into Iraq after al-Qaeda overruns two cities and forces 500,000 to flee for their lives

It's the Sunnis

They are those who ruled Iraq with saddam

Now the majority runs Iraq through the voting booth

The minority Sunnis don't like it when the Shias are controlling Iraq

So here's the real Sunnis

A bunch of terrorists that even al Kieda wants nothing to do with

Its time to defend Iraqs democracy

Or give it up to another saddam type

Iraq will end up kicking their rears

But they got to give their lives for their country

And not expect someone else to do that for them

We will see what the Iraqis are about and we will see if Iran Shias help Iraq and see if the Kurds band together with iraq

On Tuesday the White House touted its past support of the Iraqi government with copious amounts of military hardware, but hinted that a return of armed personnel would be out of the question.

'Our shipments, in terms of assistance to Iraq, have included the delivery of 300 Hellfire missiles, millions of rounds of small arms fire, thousands of rounds of tank ammunition, helicopter-fired rockets, machine guns, grenades, flares, sniper rifles, M16s and M4 rifles to the Iraqi security forces,' Deputy White House Press Secretary Joshua Earnest eagerly cataloged.

And a Pentagon source told MailOnline that the U.S. expected to speed up a planned transfer of Apache helicopters – a sale that was put on the back burner after Iraq made a large purchase of guns and ammunition from neighboring Iran.

America's support of Nouri al-Maliki's Shia Muslim-led government, Earnest said Tuesday, has been 'rapid, comprehensive, and is continuing.'

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