He said the security and defense committee member of the parliamentary Hoshyar Abdullah, that the participation of US troops in the liberation of hostages from Daash terrorist gangs spend Hawija process, do not explain that Americans are fighting on the ground.
He said Abdullah told all of Iraq [where], that "the detainees who were freed yesterday in Hawija, not including the Kurds," noting that "the operation was successful in general and there is injury to one of the American soldiers," he said. "This process does not suggest that." Americans are fighting directly on the ground, on the ground level, because it is quick and swift operation aimed at rescuing hostages. "
He added that "this process in the interest of everyone, especially the Daash behave with prisoners ugliest methods of violence, so it was an important step," adding, "We have noted is that it is not right that the acting US or international coalition in any area they have visions and wanted to implement a process in which while Atlkion other area. "
He explained, "For example we have already said that the road between tenderness and Mosul is very dangerous for all of Iraq, and especially to be the main way to move Daash between Syria and Iraq, but so far the Americans and the international coalition did not lift a finger towards him and do not have any reaction or useless strikes, and even they have What kind of keep this important way. "
He said Abdullah "on the international coalition to act very seriously and with Daash dens all fronts, not only in the area of his choice."
The channel CNN quoted yesterday, US officials that US special forces carried out an operation to rescue 70 hostages in northern Iraq, where the channel reported that he probably was killed or wounded US.
Deputy White House spokesman Eric Schultz, denied today that the US President Barack Obama, signed the implementation of the joint military operation with the Kurdish and Iraqi for the Liberation of prisoners of the Asaba terrorist Daash, troops in Hawija, Iraq, for its part confirmed the US Department of Defense that this process did not contrary to the decision of the US President to ban fighting operations carried out by US soldiers.
The Pentagon said that US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter agreed to move forward in this process because the Kurds wanted to liberate prisoners facing execution soon after that satellite images showed dig graves wide operations, however, and it seems there was not any Kurds among prisoners The Tharirhm.anthy 2
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