Accuracy in Media

WASHINGTON — The U.S. will not send American troops back to Iraq, even as violence threatens to destabilize the entire country, said U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

iraq car bombingsReuters reported that al-Qaeda elements have retaken parts of the city of Fallujah, in what has become a serious religious and ethnic civil war since the Americans withdrew from the country.

Kerry said that the Iraqi government will continue to receive U.S. aid to fight al-Qaeda forces in Iraq, but will not directly intervene in the Middle Eastern country. But, the al-Qaeda militants have taken Fallujah and Ramadi, which are in the region close to the Iraq-Syria border.

Now the Iraqi government led by al-Maliki (and is Shi’a) is on its own as the Sunni al-Qaeda forces seem to have an upper hand in the country.




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  • OldmanRick

    Thank the US senate for confirming this clown. Right now it’s a race between Biden and Kerry as to which one is the biggest court jester. As of late, Kerry is ahead by a nose.