American forces prey on Iraq.. Washington clings to the pretext of terrorism and the date of withdrawal is “unknown
Today, Thursday, the security expert, Safaa Al-Aasam, counted the presence of foreign and American combat forces inside Iraqi territory as “no need for it,” and while he confirmed that Biden’s recent position complements previous positions, he referred to a pretext used by Washington to stay in Iraq.
In an interview with Al-Maalouma, Al-Aasam said, “The new statement from the US President, Joe Biden, about extending the emergency period in Iraq is complementary to the previous statements, as all US presidents emphasized the survival of US forces inside the country.”
He added, “The best evidence of this is the presence of many bases on our lands,” considering that the Ain al-Assad base is the largest in the Middle East, stressing, “Washington has no intention of withdrawing from Iraq.”
The security expert explained, “This file will continue until terrorism and ISIS leave Iraq, which America is trying to keep this file open due to the continuation of the state of anxiety inside the country,” considering it “one of the pretexts for the presence of foreign and American forces.”
And Al-Aasam stated: “There are no foreign forces in the Iraqi combat arena, with the exception of monitoring, which the Iraqi forces are fully capable of,” noting that “the military establishment is efficient in a way that allows it to fight terrorism on its own without the cooperation of any country.”
A member of the State of Law Coalition, Abbas al-Maliki, had confirmed that “the declaration of a state of emergency in Iraq is not new, as they previously confirmed that they would not leave the region and Iraq,” pointing out that “Washington interferes greatly in Iraqi affairs and state policy.”
US President Joe Biden decided, earlier, to extend the state of emergency on Iraq, impose new sanctions on entities and some personalities, and prevent the import and export of some goods. link
Maliki offers a “solution” to remove US forces from Iraq.
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A member of the State of Law Coalition, Abbas al-Maliki, on Thursday presented a solution to remove US forces from Iraq, and while stressing that the declaration of a state of emergency is not new, he pointed to the existence of interests for Washington inside the country.
Al-Maliki said in an interview with the Information Agency that “America relies on the player’s policy on contradictions, as it worked to scare the Arab Gulf region from Iran to stay for a long time.”
He added, “Declaring a state of emergency in Iraq is not a new matter, as they previously confirmed that they will not leave the region and Iraq, especially since they have interests in the country,” pointing out that “Washington interferes greatly in Iraqi affairs and state policy.”
Regarding the solution to expelling America from Iraq, al-Maliki said that “expelling the American side from Iraq is represented by unifying the decision and the agreement of all political forces,” stressing that “the relationship between Baghdad and Washington has been unbalanced since 2003.”
Al-Maliki stressed that “America relies on the military side because of the failure of its political projects,” noting that “Washington entered through the window again into Iraq through the plot of ISIS.”
Member of Parliament, Muhammad al-Baldawi, considered Washington’s decision to extend the state of emergency in Iraq as a second occupation of the country, while stressing that America continues to impose wills and dominate many files.
Earlier, US President Joe Biden decided to extend the state of emergency in Iraq and impose new sanctions on entities and some personalities, and prevent the import and export of some goods.
Source: Dinar Recaps
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