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Iraq indicates it wants America to get the hell out along with the Turks, wants Iran and Russia to provide security.

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 DarkKnightNomeD    1,585

I guess we are tagging out with Russia, so they can take the fight to the enemy. :stars:?  - Also don't forget some more news is coming out, Russia was funding ISIS, buying oil, ect, all unconfirmed ATM, but keep an eye out for it. IMO - It is more than likely propaganda.

Iraqi parliament defense committee calls to review security agreement with US – MP



Should the terms of the agreement on security not be overhauled, it may be annulled, Hamid Mutlaq told Sputnik. "The [Iraqi] government and the parliament need to review [their] ... security agreement with the US, because Washington is not serious about its implementation. We will demand its cancellation," Mutlaq told the news agency.

He also commented on the deployment of the Turkish troops in Iraq.

"Iraq will be defended only by its sons, but Turkey will withdraw [its troops], since the land of Iraq is sacred, and its sovereignty is a red line. We have a right to give this issue an international character and to demand from the UN Security Council the withdrawal of Turkish troops," he said.


US Defense Secretary Ash Carter added fuel to the fire when he recently stated that the US military would deploy a new special operations force to Iraq.

"Iraq does not need foreign ground forces and the Iraqi government is committed not to allow the presence of any ground force on Iraqi land," Abadi replied in a statement.

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