Two Arab countries provide free weapons to Iraq to fight ISIS


( On Wednesday, a member in the Committee of Security and Parliamentary Defense announced, that two Arab states had provided Iraq with free weapons to confront the ISIS organization, while refused to reveal the names of those countries for security reasons.

The member Majid Ghraoui said in an interview for, “Two Arab states provided Iraq with weapons free of charge to fight the ISIS gangs,” noting that, “The quality of weapons is good, foreign-made since these two states import weapons from foreign countries.”

Ghraoui refused to reveal the two Arab countries’ names for “political and security reasons,” stressing that, “The sources of arming Iraq will be diverse and not from one side.”

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi’s office announced on January 15, 2015 the presence of several international parties providing assistance to Iraq in the field of training and equipping the army, pointing out that Iraq is expected to get more air support, considering that the Iraqis are defending the “world’s freedom.”


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