Tweet It’s of the highest political and securitize national interests on all levels not to politicize public protests by any party, and for them to stay spontaneous expressing the conscience and anger of the vulnerable oppressed protesters on the deterioration of services and the spread of financial and administrative corruption. And that is a legitimate healthy vent, and a ...Read More »
Tweet The Iraqi F16 Airplane had crashed in Arizona … So is the error technical or political!!??? Brigadier-General Diaa Al-Wakil Diaa Al-Wakil* On last year’s 7th of june, an official celebration was held in military air base “Fort Worth” in the American state of Texas for the delivery of the first F16 airplane, which is a part of an ...Read More »
TweetDiaa Al-Wakil Diaa Al-Wakil* I’ve met with one of the brave warriors that faced and survived the suicidal bombing that took place near the Fallujah front. I asked him about how much the incident has affected him and other warriors psychologically and physically when it happened, he told me that he felt a psychological shock from the enormity of the ...Read More »
TweetSpeculations have been increasing in the past few hours about the PMF leadership’s decision to temporarily pause military operations in Al-Ramadi to allow civilians to exit the city according to what Hadi Al-Amiri, leader in PMF, declared. In my opinion, this is a tactical decision with more than one goal: Postponing the battle was to complete the preparations and to ...Read More »
Who blew up the bombed tank in west of Samarra?? Where is the error and who’s responsible?? (Analytic article)
TweetDiaa Al-Wakil Diaa Al-Wakil* The ISIS suicide attacks have been overwhelmingly increasing over the past few days, so much that they became a usual phenomenon in the current military operations on more than one aspect. The most recent one was what happened in west of Samarra (Tharthar) a few days ago, where a gathering of troops in a military facility ...Read More »
The withdrawal from Al-Ramadi … who gave the orders and why? Can ISIS maintain the city? Or was it pulled into a deadly trap?
Tweet At the beginning of the 70s of the past century, the American intellectual (Andrew Mark) presented in and important article a question about the reason of the defeat of US -as it is a major power- in its war with Vietnam which the media dealt with back then as a (weak structure)…!! Why did an army that has the ...Read More »
The Adhamiyah events … were they planned? or were they a reckless action!!?? (Important analysis of the incident)
TweetA lot of writers and analysts avoid discussing this controversy and divergence invoking subject for many reasons; of which the contradiction of news and information about what happened there, as well as the high sensitivity of the political, sectarian, and security dimensions of this difficult issue that raises many questions, most importantly of which being: Were the vandalism incidents in ...Read More »
Who is responsible for the terrorists escape from prisons? Who’s negligent, who’s a conspirator, and who’s a delinquent?
TweetEscape from prison has been increasing so much in Iraq that it became a phenomenon provoking concern, questions and wondering. And when we analyze the situation, we can not overlook the major escape incidents in Abu Ghraib and Tasfirat prisons in Tikrit, Basra Central prison, Taji prison and Tasfirat prison in Kirkuk, and what is happening now is nothing but ...Read More »
Why did Obama refuse the armament of the army!!?? What did he say to Al-Abadi?? Critical analysis and vital information!!!
TweetSince the fall of Mosul on the 10th of June 2014, the USA has been hesitant in making a firm and decisive decision for facing the ISIS threats and aggressions on Iraq. Washington has settled for observing the situation, and declaring that all options are on the table, and that they are considering the next step that hasn’t come even ...Read More »
Where are the results of the investigation about the Mosul’s relapse!!??? And for how long will the delay last ?
TweetA long time has passed since the formation of the parliamentary committee to investigate the events in Mosul and the Iraqi citizen hasn’t seen anything but flashes and contradictive leaks and promises that are no good for anything but media consumption and absorption of rising resentment and anger among the people, plus a serious pursuit of political gains at the ...Read More »