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The head of the Iraqi political thinking center Ihsan al-Shammari, Sunday, that scenario attract factions over the opposition forces to the fight against Daash will be applied in Syria and then Iraq, noting that there is a precedent leaks in this direction, especially as the United States and the Iraqi government Mottaghtan for misleading national reconciliation.
Al-Shammari said for "Sky Press," that "the Russian rhetoric about its willingness to support the so-called Syrian opposition in exchange for America and Saudi Arabia vows to fight Daash will not hurt fully the interests of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey," noting that "the so-called Syrian opposition moderate are the least threat to the Syrian territory So they are pushing in this direction and that each case will represent an anchor to the interests of this specific countries. "
He added that "Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United States Mdiltha want to share in Syria at the level of the decision or even at the level of the powers given to the views represented in the Syrian inside to find that Russia had agreed to it."
He explained that "in particular the military side and the goal of trying to attract more factions of the opposition forces against the war Daash victory will accelerate the process of these terrorist groups."
"The United States and the Iraqi government Mottaghtan for misleading national reconciliation and to attract some of the factions that fought the former stands deduced from Daash practices but is consistent with the government," likely that "this thing could push to find a similar scenario in Iraq, considering that there is a precedent in this leaks direction, but the application of this scenario in Syria will serve as a gesture of its application inside Iraq. "
It is said that the United States and Saudi Arabia pledged to intensify support launch the "Syrian opposition moderate", and continue to strive to achieve a political solution to the conflict in Syria, after US Secretary of State John Kirby meeting with Saudi Arabia's King Salman and other
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