Monday, 11/16/2015 1:10
/ Agencies / Baghdad news
is likely to Paris terrorist attacks lead to develop a stronger global military response to
the organization Daash after the air war led by the United States more than a year without being able to contain the group, which has proven to be a growing threat to the global level.
And exposed the United States that guide them long ago accusations that it is taking a gradual approach to addressing the organization, growing political pressure at home and abroad to do more is expected to be studying ways to escalate the campaign, including the expansion of the scope of the air strikes.
and US officials say Washington will be looking specifically for allies of Europeans and the Arabs to increase military involvement in the war in Syria and Iraq.
It is still not clear whether Paris and Washington Strgban in the expansion of the area of the current military participation significantly in light of the extreme reluctance to slide into a large-scale ground war in the Middle East.
But President Barack Obama allocated more possibilities to fight in recent months and sees members of Congress and experts in the fight against terrorism that Paris attacks will strengthen the consensus in favor of using more than military power.
She Dianne Feinstein Senator, the largest Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, it became clear that Obama's strategy which is based on launching strikes In addition to the limited air support for ground troops in Syria and Iraq "it is not enough to protect our country and our allies." "The fighting could spread quickly out of Iraq and Syria, and for this reason we have to take the battle to them."
Said Bruce Riedel, a consultant to Obama to a series of recent attacks resolved the controversy over whether the organization Daash focus will continue to be focused on the war in Iraq and Syria. He stressed that "this changes the rules of the game from this point. There are those who are arguing whether the organization Daash will continue to focus on the local situation or is heading for expansion at the global level was. I think that debate is now over."
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