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The situation in Iraq is dangerous for the world peace

There is a joint interest between Iraq and Russia against terrorist and the Russians supported their friends in the region to the best that they can recently.  Syria was one of them.

Iraq had extreme difficulties to get the arms from the USA and they haven’t provided the support needed especially during this time.  The use of the Russian helicopters with recent tech was one of the best tools used to fight the terrorists.  Iraq should think carefully about these issues.

On the other hand Iran declared that it is ready to help. 

The situation is so dangerous and it is a threat to the region and the world peace if not solved soon.

At this time the terrorist in Mosel enforce barbaric law similar to the law of Al-Qaeda in Kandahar.  They prevented the women from going out only for extreme reason.  They prevented the youths from watching the football matches.  They killed hundreds of men and  seized the properties of the Christians.  They produced decrees against human rights.  Today they listed the names of all unmarried women in both sides of Mosel.  They forced some women to marry their members who are not Iraqis.  At least 14 women committed suicides after raped by the Daish terrorists in Mosel.  The situation in Mosel is so dark and its people are nothing now but captives in the hands of outlawed forces.  

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