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History of edits:: 2015/11/28 22:17 • 73 visits readable
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arrived head of the defense committee in the US Congress, Senator John McCain and Senator Lindsey Graham to the capital Baghdad. 
The two officials met with the Americans with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
A statement by the Prime Minister's office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that the two sides "discussed strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields and the war on Daash terrorist and victories achieved in the various pieces of gangs in addition to the training, arming and increase the combat capability of the Iraqi armed forces." 
He McCain, according to the statement about "congressional support for Iraq in its war against terrorism to liberate the whole of its territory in addition to supporting the reforms carried out by Dr. Abadi" .anthy

 

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That makes no sense to me. WTH are two US senators doing in Iraq? They hold no power or authority and hopefully not speaking on behalf for the US like they do.

 

Should this not be the job of The Secretary of State and John Kerry?

 

The United States Secretary of State is the head of the United States Department of State, concerned with foreign affairs. The Secretary is a member of the President's Cabinet. He or she is the highest ranked cabinet secretary both in line of succession and order of precedence. 

 

Same goes for Vice President Joe Biden. Why is he always over in Iraq? (Could be that his son is stationed their still?)

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I don't those guys going anytime they like, and on our dime too!No wonder congress can't get nothing right.Oh that's right they are all corrupt too.my bad!

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Abadi receives chairman of the defense committee in the US Congress

 
      Saturday   28   November   2015 | 9:57 p.m.
 

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During the meeting, they discussed strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields and the war on terror gangs Daash
 
 
 

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, received head of the defense committee in the US Congress, Senator John McCain and Senator Lindsey Graham their accompanying delegation. During the meeting, they discussed strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields and the war on terror Daash and victories achieved gangs in various pieces in addition to the training, arming and increase combat capability Iraqi armed forces.


Statement: McCain announces congressional support for Iraq in its war against Daash

Saturday 28-11-2015 | 11:08:58

 

 

 
 
 
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Twilight News / Search head of government with Haider Abadi, head of the defense committee in the US Congress, Senator John McCain and Senator Lindsey Graham strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields and the war on Daash.

A government statement said al-Abadi Bgesma US delegation on a visit to Baghdad, the victories achieved in the various pieces in addition to the training, arming and increase the combat capability of the Iraqi armed forces.

McCain expressed support for the Congress for Iraq in its war against terrorism to liberate the whole of its territory in addition to supporting the reforms carried out by al-Abadi.


McCain think of two things to defeat al-Jubouri Daash

Sunday 29-11-2015 | 1:48:08

 
 
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Twilight News / called Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the United States submitted to the need to increase military support to Iraqi forces and tribesmen in the ongoing battles against Daash.
 
He stressed during a meeting in Baghdad, US Senator John McCain, Chairman of the Armed Services Committee in the US Senate and the accompanying delegation, in the presence of the US ambassador Stuart Jones need for accuracy in the bombing carried out by the international airline alliance to avoid harming civilians.
 
Jabburi and demanded the United States need to be accompanied by military operations is a humanitarian effort to provide aid to the displaced families in coordination with the international community organizations, in addition to activating the national reconciliation file.
 
During the meeting, which was attended by Sen. Lindsey Graham, US presidential candidate from the Republican Party, discuss the latest security and political and economic developments in Iraq and the region, and ways to achieve comprehensive national reconciliation in Iraq.
 
For his part, Senator John McCain pointed out that the defeat of the terrorist organization Daash calls for increased presence of security advisers to Iraq, in addition to granting greater role for the people of the areas to grab the land after its liberation from the grip of the organization.

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Twilight News / called a member of the US Senate, John McCain and Lindsey Graham, to form a force of 100 000 foreign troops, most of them Sunni states, the region in addition to US soldiers, to fight the organization of the Islamic state in Syria.

He criticized McCain, chairman of the Armed Services Committee in the Senate, and Graham, a member of that committee, strongly current US strategy and Ocefaha as inadequate and unsuccessful in addressing the jihadists.

These are summarized in the strategic air strikes on extremist organization in Iraq and Syria to support local ground troops that receive US arms and training.

McCain told reporters in Baghdad when asked about the size of the organization needed to fight Islamic state power "I think the total will be 100 000 required."

He added that the mobilization of such a force "would not be difficult for Egypt, it will be difficult for the Saudis, as it will be difficult for the smaller countries," but Turkey as well as the potential troop contributors.

Saudi Arabia is currently embroiled in a war in Yemen, as Egyptian security forces locked in a confrontation with the jihadists, while Turkey does not conceal its concern about the PKK, which exceeds the militants organize the Islamic state.

Graham said that this force may also include at about 10 000 US troops are "providing capabilities not owned by Arabs," he said. "When was the last time carried out by the Arab army maneuver". McCain and Graham also called for increasing the number of US troops in Iraq to around 10 000 troops.

Graham pointed out that this number will include special forces to launch "more raids before you saw recently."

It was accompanied by a Kurdish special forces, US forces launched an operation in Iraq last month in which an American soldier was killed.

Graham continued, "The current situation is different for the two years," referring to the war, which lasted 14 years in Afghanistan and the continuing conflict in nearly nine years in Iraq.

"This time will consist of a large regional forces with a small army of Western power. While it's during the two years Western forces were big regional power and very small."

But even if such a force was formed and was able to defeat the organization of the Islamic state, would have to occupy part of what Syria could lead to another possibility is a long-term spread of US ground forces in the Middle East.

Graham also said, "I believe that the force that will remain will be international, and the Sunni Arabs will be able to control the part of Syria threw it welcomed" after the departure of the organization of the Islamic State of it.

And it went on, "but the important thing is that the entire international community to participate in this force."

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Ok so McCain Armed Services Committee Head and Lindsay Graham (2016 Presidential Candidate) are pushing for 100,000 troops to fight in Syria.

 

http://news.yahoo.com/us-senators-want-100-000-foreign-troops-fight-180438374.html;_ylt=A0LEV0IQ0VtWa_IAg.5XNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTEyMWFrMXRzBGNvbG8DYmYxBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDQjEzMjVfMQRzZWMDc2M-

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Twilight News / Iraqi government headed by Haidar al-Abbadi reiterated in a statement on Monday confirmed the ability of the security forces and volunteers her supporters from the popular crowd and tribal fighters to defeat the terrorist and organized Daash expelled from areas controlled by the north and west of the country.

It seems this statement comes in response to the invitation of members of the US Senate to increase its troops in Iraq to nearly three times the current level to ten thousand troops and send an equal number of soldiers to Syria as part of a multinational ground force to meet the organization Daash in each of the two countries.

According to a statement issued by the Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi that "our fighters heroes continue in the army, the police and the crowd and the popular clan victories and progress against terrorism Daash and that the Iraqis have made heroic sacrifices after the other in fair war."

The statement pointed out that "as the Iraqi government welcomes the increase in support in weapons and training and support of international partners in the fight against terrorism, we stress that Iraq has enough men and determination to defeat Bdaash and the like from other criminal groups."

The statement added that "at a time when we mark the high line had enormous sacrifices that our martyrs and our wounded and our fighters brave, we stress that this is the war against terrorism will be demolished by Iraqi Daash until the last inch of the land of Iraq Conception of terrorism and those who stand with him cleansing."

The statement continued that "this war is not a war between religions or sects, ethnic groups, it is a just war against the dark forces of destruction and murder."

The members majora in the US Congress, both McCain and Graham had said on Sunday, he told reporters during a visit to Baghdad that US personnel can provide logistical support and intelligence to a proposed strength of 100 thousand people from the Sunni Arab states such as Egypt, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, to be sent Syria and Iraq.

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History of edits:: 2015/11/30 21:19 • 54 visits readable
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Search chairman of the Armed Services Committee in the US Senate, John McCain and his colleague in the Council Lindsey Graham with senior officials in the Kurdistan region on Monday, the needs of the Peshmerga forces to fight gangs and terrorist Daash scenarios beyond that.
A statement by the provincial government received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that the delegation, which arrived today to Irbil from Baghdad President of the Government met with the region Nechirvan Barzani, where "in search of the immediate needs of the region in its war against Daash" pointing out that "the US delegation reiterated his country's readiness to continue to support the Peshmerga forces. " 
He revealed McCain, according to the statement about the goals of this visit to the Kurdistan region, "within the framework of look closely at the situation on the battlefield and the current needs of the Kurdistan region, also he said he will present these needs in front of the US administration in order to study and seek to provide, as high price efforts of the people and the Government of the Territory to receive and accommodate this large number of refugees and displaced survivors from the grip of terrorism were housed and provide services to them best. 
"For his part, Barzani for" happiness and thanked him for the visit, praising the high US aid and military training for the forces Peshmerga Kurdistan , also expressed the hope to help the Kurdistan region more in order to be able to eliminate fears of terrorism permanently. 
"In another aspect of his speech, Barzani pointed to a" resort this huge number of refugees and displaced persons who have been forced to take refuge in the Kurdistan region because of the brutality of terrorism, at which time passes the Kurdistan region of difficult financial crisis, hoping to help the Kurdistan region more in order to be able to improve the living conditions of these refugees and displaced persons. 
"With regard to relations between Erbil and Baghdad, new Barzani emphasized that" the Kurdistan region wants to improve its relations with the Iraqi government, and expressed the readiness of Government of the Territory of any dialogue and discussions in order to address the problems, ".anthy

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Shafaq News / The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani, on Monday, that the region is going through a difficult financial crisis coincides with the presence of large numbers of displaced persons and refugees on its territory, calling for helping to improve the situation of displaced, and stressed that the region wants to establish better relations with Baghdad.

The Presidency of the Government of the Territory in a statement received that "Barzani met today with a delegation of US senators led by John McCain," and pointed out that "McCain praised during the meeting, the role of the people and the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Peshmerga forces in the liberation of large areas of the grip Daash".

The statement added that "McCain emphasized continued US support for the Peshmerga forces," adding that "the aim of the visit for the needs of the Kurdistan Region and discuss the aid provided by the US administration of the territory."

For his part, Barzani praised the "American support and military aid and training of the Peshmerga forces" hoping "to increase US military aid to the Kurdistan Region to be able to completely eradicate terrorism," according to the statement.

Barzani stressed that "the region is going through a difficult financial crisis at a time in which housed large numbers of displaced persons and refugees," and urged to "help the Kurdistan Region in order to improve the situation of the displaced."

Barzani stressed that "the Kurdistan Region wants to establish better relations with the federal government in Baghdad," expressed the readiness of the Government of the region for "dialogue in order to address the problems between the two sides."

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