Obama and Cameron Atkhalian attacking Daash by air and by land
Wednesday 11/4/2015 0:51
Follow-up / Baghdad news
sources in the British government said that its president, David Cameron gave up the idea put forward the draft to the House of Commons authorizing its forces air strikes sites Daash in Syria and Iraq. The newspaper "Times" the US in the news seen by "Baghdad News", government sources that "Cameron played for the idea to put the draft before the House of Commons authorizing its forces air strikes sites Daash, after failing to convince the required number of deputies from the opposition Liberals out." It comes leaks in line with the report of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the British House of Commons when the government recommends " avoid the expansion of the British military operations unless they are formulating an integrated international strategy has a realistic expectation to defeat Daash criminal and put an end to war in Syria. "The report went on to say that" in the absence of such a strategy, the only doing operations in order to satisfy the desire to do something is still not clear ". The Committee also called on its government to explain how it will improve by the British intervention in Syria, the chances of the international coalition to overcome the "Daash." Said Chairman of the Committee, Conservative MP Crispin Blunt, "The versatile alarming" of international players involved in Syria and Iraq. By Last seen US President Barack Obama to plan the deployment of dozens of members of the US special forces in Syria to advise the forces fighting against Daash does not violate his pledge not to deploy "forces on the ground" in the Syrian conflict. Obama said in a televised interview in first comments regarding the deployment of troops since announced that "Keep in mind that we have already special operations and this, in fact, merely an extension of what we continue to do." He added, "We do not put American troops on the fronts of fight Daash .. I was always consistent in that we will not fight as we did in Iraq through battalions and invasion. This does not solve the problem. "
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