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2014 Iraq Conflict [Opinion & Analysis]

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Photo of Commander Qasem Soleimani in Amerli, which was under siege from ISIS militants for over six weeks but was liberated by Iraqi army and Shia militia forces. It is alleged that Qasem Soleimani, the Commander of Iran's elite Qods Force is partially masterminding the organisation of the various militia/defence forces in Iraq against ISIS.

 

 
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It seems Sunni soldiers were forgiven & only tortured but released while all Shia soldiers were killed #Speicher

 

 

Witnesses were questioned if they was Sunni or Shia, even asked to do wudhu & recite Adhan to proof what sect of Islam they follow.

 

 

Not only soldiers were executed but Shia students from Salihuddin University were also kidnapped by tribes in Tikrit & also killed #Speicher

 

 

 

 
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^ Is this Dulami in Iraq? If yes, why dont they arrest him?

 

 

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Demonstration in Kadmiyaa´ against terrorism

ابناء الكاظميه يتظاهرون ضد الارهاب ومصممين على تنفيذ مطالبهم 

 

 

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Rep of Ayat. Sistani, Sayed M. Safi calls for the govt to speed up the investigation into the #Speicher massacre

 

 

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What do you think of these yazidis who supposedly converted to Islam (ISIS tactic: convert or die) ? I am thinking that these people may have used a form of taqiyaa, or just lying, to save their lives. Do you think it's good if some indeed wanted to convert (after ISIS command) ?

 

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^^ A conversion that's done because of not doing so will get you murderer is not a real conversion. I dont think that anyone of them will convert in their hearts. It's in the heartshere conversion takes place, usually after the person has heard logical arguments or experienced something Divine.

To be threatened to be killed if you dont convert to salafism will make the heart of that person despise islam & is counter-productive.

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Demos in a war zone? Don't these ppl have anything better to do with their lives? I really don't get it.

 

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Ohh now ISIS and Salafi-tribes are under pressure because of the protests and they will behead only 5 people a day instead of 100 people a day, and they will send one car bomb a month to Kazimyaa instead of once a week!

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Shia militia get sick and tired of ISIS decapitating and parading the heads of Shias, so they adopt a 'tooth for tooth, eye for eye' way of thinking and display decapitated heads of ISIS. This is the first of its kind where Shias are the ones doing the decapitating.

 

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↑ thats stupid bro'

 

The reason why ISIS is so successful is because they have a reputation for being ruthless, which tends to put off people; as it did in Mosul (amongst other things).

By adopting a similar tactic the Shia militias gain strength in the sense that they will also send a message to ISIS, and especially put off those Europeans kids that think they are going for a holiday with ISIS. But at the same time the Shia militias begin the lose the hearts and minds of the moderate civilians and people that just want to live in peace. The atrocities of ISIS speak for themselves, the last thing the Shia militias want to do is associate themselves with those atrocities by committing similar acts. 

The Shia militias do not have the luxury of being the sole powerful force in the region to fight ISIS. In order to take back parts of Iraq they NEED to cooperate with other forces. To begin to alienate those other forces with the same goal would be tactically unsound.

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The reason why ISIS is so successful is because they have a reputation for being ruthless, which tends to put off people; as it did in Mosul (amongst other things).

By adopting a similar tactic the Shia militias gain strength in the sense that they will also send a message to ISIS, and especially put off those Europeans kids that think they are going for a holiday with ISIS. But at the same time the Shia militias begin the lose the hearts and minds of the moderate civilians and people that just want to live in peace. The atrocities of ISIS speak for themselves, the last thing the Shia militias want to do is associate themselves with those atrocities by committing similar acts. 

The Shia militias do not have the luxury of being the sole powerful force in the region to fight ISIS. In order to take back parts of Iraq they NEED to cooperate with other forces. To begin to alienate those other forces with the same goal would be tactically unsound.

 

 

Well bro.. you are right with the "eye for eye".. but I don't think that cutting the heads is a good way of behaving.. I don't know. I am quite amazed that this did happen for shias. I hope it's not something which is done reguarly. Ya Allah.

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In case you guys haven't seen, the YPG and the Peshmarga both have released gruesome videos of them showing tens of dead ISIS fighters in each video, and it also includes photos of tortured ISIS fighters who were caught by them.

 

If ISIS can show hour-long gore backed by high-production value, their opponents can do even if the video is lacking when it comes to production.

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The line-up of ministries #Iraq: Foreign Affairs: Ibrahim Jaafari Interior: Hadi Ameri Transport: Bayan Jabr Human Rights: Mohammed Sudany


 




Oil ministry: Adel Abdul-Mahdi Higher Education: Hussain al-Shahristani Health: Adila Hammoud Youth & Sports: Abdul-Hussein Abtan









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^News reports say that, defence minister & interior minister nominations are pending. I hopeeeeee that unlike last 10 yrs, Abadi does not pick a Sunni to run a very important and key sector like defence...or interior, and at the end of the day he will be called sectarian by both local and foreign Sunnis, just like they did to Maliki.

 

I can't believe that Iraqi president, defence minister, finance minister, foreign minister, culture minister, higher education minister, communication minister, agriculture minister, state ministers, vice president, vice PMs, and a few more ministeries plus the governors, army and police were always SUNNI (Sunni Arabs or Sunni Kurds), in both Maliki's governments, but still it was called a Shia dominated government, and marginalized Iraqi Sunnis, and etc.. just to create chaos in the country and bring back the era of Saddam Hussein with all those excuses.. (a 100% Sunni domination of Iraq.)

 

Just imagine in Sunni governments such as in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey or other Sunni countries where we have sizable Shia population, you give all these ministeries or other important posts to Shia Muslims, just like Shias gave/are open to Sunni Iraqi! If that happened all Sunnis would have heart-attack. Some of these Sunni countries even refuse to hire local police officer or a high school head from their Shia population.

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"But Abadi put off until next week a vote on the two top security posts after members of parliament complained that they knew little about his proposed defense minister, Khalid al Ubaidi, a Sunni who is a former military officer but about whom little else was known." newsobserver.com

 

It seems again, like Maliki, he too will try to appease Sunni Arabs and Sunni Kurds by giving almost half of the government to them, and let them run their provinces and little independent states in every corner of the country with their own flags and armies, and it seems that nothing will please Sunni Arabs or Sunni Kurds, until Kurds make their own country that includes Kirkuk and Sunni Arabs who will be only happy to rule over Baghdad just like they did during Saddam.

 

I really don't get the idea of how and why you give all these key ministery positions to little minorities who every month conspire against you to overthrow you, bomb you on daily basis, daily target-killings and etc.. ???

 

Giving the ministery of defense to the same people who brought ISIS on you and almost the entire army personals, police and governors gave up in their provinces and joined hands with foreign terrorists and slaughtered thousands of Shias who were simply in training military schools? And massacred Shia civilians, destroying mosques and Shia houses?

 

Lets wait for the entire list... I really don't get... especially in current situations.

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Iraq has become a modern tragedy, over 1 million dead since 2003 and the murders continue. Iraq is a country with so much potential but has been abused now for too long. One of the oldest civilizations on earth with so much history and culture.

I pray for the Iraqi people that somehow they will see the end of these dark times soon. May Allah SWT strenghten them and ease their hardships Inshallah.

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While helping Iraqi forces to break the Islamic State's siege of Amerli, the US Air Force supported a deadly Shia militia that is responsible for killing hundreds of US soldiers. The Shia militia, known as Asaib al Haq, or the League of the Righteous, has also captured and executed US soldiers and British citizens in the past.

 


Read more: http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2014/09/us_airstrikes_in_ame.php#ixzz3D6SpKJgz

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While helping Iraqi forces to break the Islamic State's siege of Amerli, the US Air Force supported a deadly Shia militia that is responsible for killing hundreds of US soldiers. The Shia militia, known as Asaib al Haq, or the League of the Righteous, has also captured and executed US soldiers and British citizens in the past.

 

Read more: http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2014/09/us_airstrikes_in_ame.php#ixzz3D6SpKJgz

 

 

probably propaganda

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Peace Brigades announce that their troops have entered the area of Albu Hassan near the district Amerli in Salahuddin

 

 

Two civilians were injured when a roadside bomb hit central Baghdad & another explosion in the southeast of the capital reported casualties.

 

 


Bomb blast in Karbala. 
Car bought in heaps on TNT and blew it up. 
Its very bad 

Please pray for the safety of Iraqi and Zaireen there everyone.

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Iraqi Sunni city that has not given to ISIS, not betrayed the Iraqi army was under siege for months by ISIS. It was liberated by Iraqi Army this week. Video showing the residents celebrating the iraqi army as it entered their city and broke the siege.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ocfDowvi-M

 

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IS has given traders in Mosul with partners who are "Shia/Christians" 2 days to hand over their cut or threatened to confiscate their money.


 




Back in June 2013 Putin warned Cameron "Do you want to supply arms to those that eat their enemies organs?"


 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFJ0fdvKlQQ&app=desktop


 


 



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