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US forces did not respect the security agreement

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Now this article just burns me up, you launch rockets, mortars and set IED's but we are accused of violating a security agreement. These people must be on crack, do they not know what the meaning of direct agreession is? When mortar and rockets are landing in your base, IED are set off when you are moving equipment or people to support the dam country and that is not considered direct aggression. If you shoot at us we shoot back easy understand going about your business we will ours. Facking Camel dung smoking fools. If we took the iraqis on every raid we went on the targets would not be there. These clowns who are on these joint bases direct IDF's. If you leave us alone we will not use counter battery fire or your rocketerrs won't be on the recieving end of a hell fire. Easy understanding. Happy memorial day and God bless.

Here is the link:

US forces did not respect the security agreement - Analysts

5/30/2011 9:08 PM

BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Political analysts agreed today that the U.S.

forces did not respect the security agreement signed with the Iraqi government, and its airborne operations in some Iraqi cities is a greater proof of this violation.

Legal advisor Ismael Alwan told Aswat al-Iraq said that "the airborne operations in some Iraqi cities is a violation of the agreement, as it does not allow the U.S.

forces to carry out such operations and arrests unless they were under direct aggression."

"If the U.S.

forces encountered an attack, they have the right to defend themselves and arrest the attackers, otherwise they do not have the right to arrest without accompanying Iraqi forces," he added.

Alwan said "If the U.S.

violated the agreement, the matter shall be referred to a higher committee between the two governments, but if the operations are done with the knowledge of the Iraqi government, then it is within the capacity of the agreement and Iraqi request for American assistance."

A Karbala official said that the U.S.

forces carried out an airborne landing on 28 May, 2011 against a residence without reasons given for such operation.

The source added that "the targeted person had died four days prior."

Prior to the withdrawal of the U.S.

forces from Kerbela province, they suffered many attacks in the same area as the airborne operation.

Secretary General of Al-Ahrar bloc, affiliate to National Alliance, Ameer Al-Kinani demanded a firm stand by the Iraqi government against U.S.

forces' violations and to respect the security agreement signed between the two governments.

He added that many statements were raised before the parliament, particularly after the killing of many civilians in Anbar, Diala and Missan provinces.

On the other hand, MP Juma' Al-Atwani of the National Alliance said that "America, from the first date of endorsing the agreement, did not abide by it and made many human rights violations."

"We do not expect anything from the government, more than raising questions for these violations," he added.


forces withdrew from Iraqi cities on 30 June, 2009 in preparation for the withdrawal of combat forces in August 2010 as planned according to the security agreement signed on 13 December, 2008.

Political analyst Al-Nasir Duraid has a different view when he said that "the United States has the right to arrest any person it believes to be a danger to its existence or a threat to the political scene."

"We do not have the right to put it into account or sue it by any means," he added.

He referred that some of the political forces have definite desire that the U.S.

forces remain in the country, while there is an Iranian desire to terminate this presence at the soonest.

Duraid added that "this stage witnesses some kind of conflict between Iran and America, which will lead to the increase of attacks against the U.S.

forces, which will result in more arrests for those who, as the U.S.

believes, have contacts with the Iranian side."

Missan Security and Defence Commission member Sarhan Al-Musawi said to Aswat al-Iraq Sunday denouncing the US-Iraqi military air borne operation to arrest five persons, including a 13-year child.

He added that the provincial council threatened to suspend its work if such incidents will occur, particularly without the knowledge of the local government or existing military and police organs.


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Why don't we bring our boys and girls home and let them have their darn country back? It will save American lives, get us off the hotseat (meaning we can never please them), and they can go back to killing each other because they believe in Allah differently or wear a different colored head scarf!

Come on RV so we can get away from this mess.

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Hi TPS :)

Thank you for the article. Indeed, very frustrating.

I personally would very much like our men and women

to come back home, "rv" or no "rv"...we need to get them back to their

own land and families, and we need to learn to try not to police the

world. It is not possible.

Thank you again for the article.

All my best! :D



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ABSOLUTELY TRUE STORY. CIRCA 1967, Business School in Boston. While discussing the difficulties of doing business with Middle Eastern countries, especially sectarian countries, a question was posed to the prof related to future commerce and the growing obstacle of Sharia (then in its infancy). The question was related to our way of life versus theirs taking into consideration their explosive population potential (now realized) and years of brainwashing of their citizenry. Faced with a battle of ideas on the horizon he was asked "what is the solution to this dilemma"? After playing with his beard and staring at the ceiling for about a minute he turned to the class of 30 and said "I believe the unavoidable solution will be to turn the entire area into a sheet of glass and start over". NOT MY PERSONAL CHOICE but a true answer from a very forward thinking prof. Let's pray that common sense will rule in Iraq and infect the entire area with peace and democracy before it becomes a skating rink. It's quite possible that this RV will prove to be the turning point toward a more peaceful ME. It's also quite likely that Iraq is going to make us stinking rich. So, no matter what happens make sure you secure your family and fortune ASAP and enjoy life for as long as we have it.


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