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What remains are the failed Iraqi Awakening Councils, the proposed Iraqi National Guard, which has yet to be formed and trained, and the dying “Islamic” Front. These undisciplined fighters are supposed to take out the soldiers of the Islamic State who receive hundreds of repentant volunteers daily from those disillu- sioned by the leadership of the Syrian Sahwah.
So the cowardly crusaders are left without real ground troops and thus forced to rely fully on airstrikes allowing the Asad regime to pause from striking the Muslims of Shām. And yet, how effective are these airstrikes? The Islamic State expanded into ‘Aynul-Islam and regions of Wilāyat al-Anbar and Baghdad in a manner unexpected by the West. ‘Aynul-Islam was the major focus of the Islamic State because it was determined the PKK would be the main ally of the crusaders in this stage of their crusade due to the supposed battle experience of PKK fight- ers and the purely secularist ideology of their party, one that considers the Jewish state to be an ally of any future Kurdish state.
The crusader General Dempsey claims that the US needs a minimum of 15 thousand fighters on the ground to take territory from the Islam- ic State while the CIA claims the Islamic State has 31,500 fighters who are growing daily! Secretary of Defense Hagel says their proxy fighters need to be filtered to make sure any weapons and aid sent by the US do not
end up in the hands of its enemies. Training of these forces will take a year to complete. So, un- til then, the failed airstrikes are the only war tool of the crusaders. According to Scheuer, the only time airstrikes alone succeeded in determining the end of a war was the airstrikes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki!
Indeed, America has been caught once again in a quagmire.
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HISTORY REPEATED
On “September 17, 2001” George W. Bush said, “This crusade, this war on terrorism, is gonna take a while. And the American people must be patient.”
Barack Obama followed his predecessor on “Au- gust 9, 2014” by saying the crusade against the Islamic State was “going to be a long-term proj- ect.”
But Obama was more hypocritical by saying that the Iraq war was a “dumb war,” starting his pres- idency with a promise to end the Iraq war only to return from where his predecessor had left off, and sending troops to Iraq after promising not to send any. He then ordered airstrikes leading to the killing of Muslim men, women, and children in Iraq and Shām, granting his army the right to do such while claiming the killings of Foley, Sot- loff, Haines, and Henning were unjustified! He achieved all this after receiving the hypocritical Nobel Peace Prize.
And unlike Bush, his administration is divided about what war is and how it should be won. They do not even know whether or not they are at war! Yet all of them – including Bush – are as Allah ta’ālā described them, {They will not all fight you except within fortified cities or from behind walls. Their adversity among themselves is severe. You think they are together, but their hearts are diverse. That is because they are a people who do not reason} [Al-Hashr: 14].
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