US President Barack Obama said in remarks aired Friday that the United States stopped the progress of the organization of the Islamic state, calling for tighter campaign for "the judiciary is fully" armed men on operations.
Channel ABC News and recorded this interview with the US president at the White House Thursday, just hours after the launch of the Iraqi Kurdish forces supported by the international coalition strikes an offensive to regain control of the city of Sinjar in northern Iraq from the hands of the organization of the Islamic state.
Obama said, "I do not think they're gaining strength."
"Since the beginning, our goal has been co-opted, and I've Ahtweinahm. Did not control the land in Iraq."
He continued, "In Syria, they will come and leave. But we do not see a systematic progress of Daash on the ground."
Obama and conducted this interview before news of a US air raid targeted a "jihadist John", a radical British masked appeared in the video recordings of the execution of hostages.
The organization of the Islamic state took control over large areas of land in Iraq and Syria.
US President "and said what we could not do after is to eliminate fully the structure of leadership and control. We have made some progress in trying to limit the flow of foreign fighters."
He added that "part of our goal must be dedicated to the recruitment of partners in more effective in Iraq to move to the stage of the attack rather than just defense."
Obama warned that regional conflicts will continue "until we can find a solution to the political situation in Syria."
He said, "that does not come back (President Bashar) al-Assad obstacle to the year in Syria and to a time when the entire region is no longer fighting a proxy war on the Sunni-Shiite conflict, we will continue to face problems."
He said US President "I would draw a distinction between making sure that the place is perfect (on the security level), and this will not happen soon, and make sure that Daash will continue to decline in terms of the ability to conduct operations until it is able to form this type of threat posed by now".
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