Iraq suffers systematic terrorist operations, says Arab Summit final statement

The Secretary General of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi
The Secretary General of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi


( The Arab Summit’s final statement said on Sunday, that Iraq suffers from systematic terrorist operations, noting that the terrorist groups have extended their control over all the territory, while rejected to link any terrorist groups to Islam, pointing to the importance of forming a joint Arab force for the maintenance of Arab national security.

Secretary-General of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi said in the final statement of the 26th Arab Summit held in the Egyptian city of Sharm el-Sheikh, that, “Iraq has been suffering from a systematic terrorist operations since 2003.”

Arabi added, “We reject to link the terrorist groups to Islam,” indicating that, “Hazm Storm came after the failure of all attempts to end the Huthi coup.”


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  1. Its very obvious that Iraq suffers from systematic terrorist operations, but Nabil al-Arabi what about terrorism in Syria and in the rest of the world.

  2. Since 2003 the Shia majority led Iraqi Governments neglected the North and Western Sunni parts of Iraq and even didn’t care much for its defence where its defence was mostly by Sunni Militias and not a mix of both Shia and Sunni and Iraqi Government mixed Shia and Sunni troops. The tensions between Sunni and Shia escalated with bombings and killings.

    The western military found it difficult to do anything with an Iraqi Government that really wanted them to leave and so they then began the process of gradually leaving till they did all leave except for a small force for the embassy and such. Then ISIL saw them leave and took the advantage of a divided country in Iraq and invaded it. Some of the Sunni in the North and the West saw ISIL as a liberator that could provide them with a better chance in life, and the Iraqi Government wondered why Sunni militias did not fight ISIL and where some did join ISIL, and why ISIL quickly became a much larger force and armed with heavy weapons and many RPG where Iraqi bases such as HIT were easily captured.

    Those who stayed in HIT military base did not get any support from the Iraqi Government so they gave up fighting and left everything in that base for ISIL to capture, and which ISIL boasted about later in a parade of captured Tanks and armoured vehicles and lots of military stores enough for a long war, and thanks to the divide that existed between Shia and Sunni and an Governments that contributed to that divide.

  3. Iraq’s government hasn’t address the suffering of marginalize groups under the previous leadership. To end the influence of terrorist , the government must acknowledge past mistakes, and confront the reactionary forces.

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