Monday, May 25, 2015

United States did not do anything to save Ramadi

United States did not do anything to save Ramadi Tehran (Reuters)-the United States is not doing anything to help the soldiers Iraq combat the hard-line militia in Ramadi, said Major General of Iran, which is engaged in a war against a group of NIIS/ISIS.

Qassem Suleimani, Commander of the Revolutionary Guards overseas movement, denouncing Washington and Pentagon chief, Ashton Carter, says Iraq, troops would not fight in Ramadi, which captured NIIS/ISIS.

United States did not do anything to save Ramadi "Mr. (Barack) Obama, how distance Ramadi by Al-Asad base, where u.s. aircraft deployed?" said Suleimani in a speech Sunday night, in the southern province of Kerman, the news agency IRNA was quoted as saying.

"How you are in the country under the pretext of protecting the people of Iraq and not do anything? It's nothing more than be accomplice in the plot, "said Suleimani.

Iran has soldiers in Iraq and Adviser to Syria as well as providing financial support to the army and the country's second Government in the fight against pegaris hard.

According to the media of Iran, Iraq, Suleimani resilient, especially at the end of March when militias backing Iran help to recapture the city of Tikrit.

Ramadi, about 100 kilometers west of Baghdad, was captured on May 17, IS despite United States air attacks and the presence of hundreds of the superpower army Adviser at the Al-Asad Air Base in the same province.

In his speech on Sunday, Carter declared the United States-led air strikes against IS, who ruled large parts of Iraq and Syria, are still ongoing.

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