Skip to comments.Distrust hinders U.S.-Iraq fight against resurgent Al Qaeda militants
Posted on 01/04/2014 6:26:51 AM PST by BenLurkin
With insurgents linked to Al Qaeda battling for control of two major Iraqi cities, long-standing suspicion between the Obama administration and the government in Baghdad is hindering joint efforts against a common foe.
Sunni Muslim militants have gained control of territory in western Iraq's Anbar province in recent weeks, and intense fighting has broken out in two of Anbar's main cities, Fallouja and Ramadi, that were the sites of crucial battles during the Iraq war. On Friday, militants waving the Al Qaeda flag blew up key government buildings in Fallouja.
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The sunnis and shites are teaming up against alqueda. That’s something that should have happened a long time ago.
I know how they feel.
Sometimes I feel that the whole nest of vermin needs to be radiologically cauterized.
Yup!! No matter who wins, it’s a win-win for everyone else.
The whole watched as Obama turned US foreign policy upside down, shunning old allies like Israel & Great Britain and supporting "Rebels" in Lybia, Egypt and Syria!
Friend & Fo alike, can't trust Obama!
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