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Thread: World Leaders supporting new Iraqi regime, vow to defeat ISI

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    World Leaders supporting new Iraqi regime, vow to defeat ISI

    "US-led efforts to construct an international coalition to destroy Islamic State (Isis) are to intensify after leaders from 24 countries pledged at a crisis meeting in Paris on Monday to use "whatever means necessary" to defeat what they called a "global threat".

    The talks were held as France began reconnaissance flights over Iraq after announcing it was ready to join US air strikes there. Philip Hammond, Britain's foreign secretary, said the UK would play a leading role in the coalition, suggesting military efforts beyond its current involvement in arming the Kurds and flying reconnaissance missions. The US says nearly 40 countries have already offered to help fight the transnational jihadi movement.

    Iraq's new government won broad support. However, on a day of strong statements there was no public mention of attacking Isis on Syrian soil, where armed action is far more problematic legally and politically than in Iraq because it would not have the consent of President Bashar al-Assad or the legitimacy of a UN resolution that Russia would insist on. However, Hammond said the UK was not ruling out the option of strikes against Isis in Syria...."

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/s ... ris-summit

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    Re: World Leaders supporting new Iraqi regime, vow to defeat

    Anybody bringing troops?

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    Re: World Leaders supporting new Iraqi regime, vow to defeat

    Quote Originally Posted by wordjazz
    "US-led efforts to construct an international coalition to destroy Islamic State (Isis) are to intensify after leaders from 24 countries pledged at a crisis meeting in Paris on Monday to use "whatever means necessary" to defeat what they called a "global threat".

    The talks were held as France began reconnaissance flights over Iraq after announcing it was ready to join US air strikes there. Philip Hammond, Britain's foreign secretary, said the UK would play a leading role in the coalition, suggesting military efforts beyond its current involvement in arming the Kurds and flying reconnaissance missions. The US says nearly 40 countries have already offered to help fight the transnational jihadi movement.

    Iraq's new government won broad support. However, on a day of strong statements there was no public mention of attacking Isis on Syrian soil, where armed action is far more problematic legally and politically than in Iraq because it would not have the consent of President Bashar al-Assad or the legitimacy of a UN resolution that Russia would insist on. However, Hammond said the UK was not ruling out the option of strikes against Isis in Syria...."

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/s ... ris-summit

    Troops...how many TROOPS are they committed to bringing to the fight. Everything else is BS. And airstrikes won't win wars. Ask Hitler. His Battle of Britain failed to defeat England or even prep it for an invasion that had not happened since 1066.

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