The Iraqi military is not able to defend the country's borders against an invasion.
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And as it is the aim of the American president to become the saviour of the world, and then the supreme ruler of it, it can be assumed that he, with this withdrawal of his from Iraq, creates a power vacuum in Iraq that is to entice Iran to charge to the west so that he then can play the role of the saviour. Read more:
Yesterday and today I read articles about the military situation in Iraq and this is interesting in connection with prophecies in the book of Daniel, which describe an agressive Iran charging towards the west and the aim could be Iraq. And as it is the aim of the American president to become the saviour of the world, and then the supreme ruler of it, it can be assumed that he, with this withdrawal of his from Iraq, creates a power vacuum in Iraq that is to entice Iran to charge to the west so that he then can play the role of the saviour. Here some excerpts from these articles:
General against troop withdrawal from Iraq
The US armee should stay, so General Babakir Sebari. Without the troops the Iraq could not ensure the security of the country.
According to the judgement of a high ranking general the Iraq is far from being able to take care of the security in the country without the support of the US troops. In order to prevent a further escalation of violence the complete withdrawal of the US soldiers, planned for the end of next year, has to be postponed, said Babakir Sebari ...
"The US armee must stay until the Iraqi military is prepared for it 2020", the general added.
Iraqi sees 'void' if U.S. troops withdraw in '11
Iraq's most senior military official warned Wednesday that the planned pullout of U.S. forces at the end of next year might be premature, as the White House said it was keeping to its schedule for removing troops from the war-torn country.
Lt. Gen. Babakar Zebari, the Iraqi army chief of staff, said his troops will not be "fully ready" to defend the country until 2020, and that the U.S. troop withdrawal would leave "a void."
The end of August will mark the conclusion of U.S. combat operations in Iraq:
On Wednesday, White House officials stressed that the last forces would leave on time.
But retired U.S. Army Col. Paul Hughes, now an Iraq scholar at the U.S. Institute of Peace, told ... that Gen. Zebari's concerns — and those of other senior Iraqi military officers he had talked with — were focused on the capacity of the Iraqi military to defend the country against potential external aggressors after the U.S. military leaves at the end of 2011.
"What he's concerned about is the Iraqi military being able to defend the country's borders against an invasion," he said. "They live in a rough neighborhood."
Mr. Obama said last week the pullout is a transition "from a military effort led by our troops to a civilian effort led by our diplomats."
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