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Allawi announces “disappearance” of 76 armored vehicles sent by Gulf states to Iraq

The chairman of the national coalition, Iyad Allawi
The chairman of the national coalition, Iyad Allawi

(IraqiNews.com) Baghdad – The chairman of the national coalition, Iyad Allawi, announced on Wednesday the “disappearance” of 76 armored vehicles sent by Gulf countries to Iraq at his request.

Allawi said during his speech for the TV program “unexpected,” aired on Alsumaria TV: “I asked one of the Gulf states to supply Iraq with weapons to confront ISIS,” noting that “This county sent 76 armored vehicles via aircraft and not the sea. ”

Allawi added that “after a period of the arrival of the armored vehicles, the defence minister  Khaled al-Obeidi told me that his ministry had not received them,” noting that “when asked the government, it told me that the armored vehicles were useless.”



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  1. If they were useless then they must have received them and practically tested them to base that conclusion.

  2. CAUTION SHOULD HAVE THESE incompetent WITH THESE WEAPONS AS MUCH AS THEIR MOTHERS AND SONS For if they fall ISIS IN THE HANDS OF THOUSANDS WILL DIE.

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