[Baghdad-where] Re Vice President Nouri al-Maliki [former Prime Minister] to US President Barack Obama's remarks accusing him of fomenting violence in Iraq and the occupation of the blame for the terrorist gangs Daash of parts of Iraq. A statement from Maliki's office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of "statements made by US President Barack Obama, in which the former Iraqi government blamed the existence of the organization Daash in Iraq and occupation of parts of it reflects the state of confusion that prevailed in the US administration in dealing with the general conditions in the region and the world, especially with regard to Syria and Iraq, adding that "these statements indicate intentional disregard for a number of obvious facts in an effort to mislead the American and world public opinion." "The United States and its allies of countries in the region made a big mistake when I tried to exploit the organization Daash Front victory as tools to topple the regime in Syria, a policy that has contributed significantly to the growing ability of the organization and its expansion Daash to Iraq and the rest of the region."
"The organization Daash is a natural extension of al Qaeda, which the Iraqis fought with the support of their friends in the previous administration, has the security forces managed to deal a fatal blows to al Qaeda before the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq by the end of 2011, but the outbreak of unrest in Syria and the design of Washington and its allies topple the Syrian regime's military has contributed significantly to the birth of the organization Daash Front victory, etc., to expand Daash from Syria to Iraq and then to Jordan, Egypt, Libya and Yemen, "but he also said:" Is it possible to say today that the current Egyptian government is responsible for the terrorist activities carried out by Daash in semi Sinai peninsula? ".
The statement said that "President Barack Obama is well known that Iraq had warned the US administration since the outbreak of the so-called revolutions of the Arab Spring of the danger of growing extremist organizations and create chaos and unrest in the Arab countries, the early days and including a negative impact directly on the security and stability in the region and the world," noting that "something to the big question marks is to ignore the US administration warnings Iraq frequent, especially during the visit by al-Maliki to the United States in late 2011, adding that" Iraq did not stop his warnings successive until the Daash attack on Mosul amid a state of indifference in Washington and applause unprecedented in a number of capitals of the region. "
He said the "former Iraqi government had informed the US administration on the organization Daash set up camps deep in the land between Iraq and Syria, the US government demanded to fulfill their obligations towards Iraq, according to the agreement signed between the two countries, the strategic framework, but the US administration along with procrastination committed, noting also appealed to Iraq again and again The US administration handed over the aircraft, weapons and military equipment contract to buy and pay their price, but Washington did not listen to warnings Baghdad also did not respond to the appeals of arming the security forces with the necessary equipment to be able to hit and destroy the terrorist camps before they approach the Iraqi cities and to attack Mosul. "
The statement noted that "the terrorist organization Daash is the first beneficiary of the irresponsible remarks justifying President Barack Obama, and continue to launch such statements will lead to weaken the resolve of the security forces in the fateful battle with terrorists at the time only the American administration to carry out air strikes exhibition."
He noted that "everyone in the inside and outside Iraq knows that the former Iraqi government had committed to the Iraqi constitution in the face of the terrorist groups in all Iraqi cities and defended all the Iraqi people, without exception, also addressed the outlaws of Sunnis and Shiites alike, and accused the previous government of sectarianism stems from a political background, as long as a charge echoed by sectarian agenda that is no longer secret to one of the owners. "
US President Barack Obama said Thursday that the former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad contributed fomenting violence in Bldehma.anthy
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