Obama’s “Operation New Dawn” Will Set Quickly!


There is no solution to the Afghanistan Problem except Withdrawal,

And Then Let whatever happens be the Solution to the Problem!

The Same Is True For Iraq’s Government Formation Situation!

No Matter How Long US Troops stay in Afghanistan & Iraq,

The democracies they leave will crumble in a few Years!

Obama will stick to, or speed up, his withdrawal Plan!

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Iraq & Afghanistan will be Islam Republics by 2014!

The Obama Operation New Dawn Will Set Quickly

After the November Middle Term U.S. Elections!

August 2, 2010


Begin Excerpt from Middle East Online

Obama: US combat mission in Iraq to end on schedule

US President: America’s combat mission in Iraq would end by August 31, 2010.

By Tangi Quemener – WASHINGTON

The United States will end its combat mission in Iraq as scheduled on August 31 despite the recent flare-up in violence, President Barack Obama said in a speech prepared for delivery Monday.

“Shortly after taking office,

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I announced our new strategy for Iraq and for a transition to full Iraqi responsibility,” Obama will tell a national convention of Disabled American Veterans in Atlanta, Georgia, according to excerpts of his speech released by the White House.

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“And I made it clear that by August 31, 2010 America’s combat mission in Iraq would end,” the president continued. “And that is exactly what we are doing, as promised, on schedule.”

As president, Obama inherited a security agreement with Baghdad that calls for all US forces to pull out by the end of 2011.

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He has ordered the force to draw down to 50,000 by September 1.

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There are about 65,000 US soldiers currently stationed in Iraq.

The pullout confirmation comes amid an increase of violence in Iraq, with the Baghdad government releasing figures Saturday that said 535 people died in July, including 396 civilians, 89 policemen and 50 soldiers.

That figure was the highest for a single month since May 2008 when 563 people were killed in violence.

But Major General Stephen Lanza, a spokesman for US forces in Iraq, said the Iraqi government figures did not “reflect the security situation” while data provided to media by unofficial sources were “grossly overstated.”

Obama said that even as militants try to derail the country’s progress, “violence in Iraq continues to be near the lowest it’s been in years.”

He pointed out that in coming months, the United States will maintain a transitional force in Iraq and remove all of its troops from the country by the end of 2011.

According to the president, US forces will focus during this transitional period on supporting and training Iraqi forces, counter-terrorism missions and protecting US civilian and military initiatives.

“But make no mistake, our commitment in Iraq is changing — from a military effort led by our troops to a civilian effort led by our diplomats,” the president stressed.

“And as we mark the end of America’s combat mission in Iraq, a grateful America must pay tribute to all who served there.”

August 31 will also mark the end of Operation Iraqi Freedom launched by former president Geroge W. Bush with the March 2003 invasion of Iraq, according to White House officials.

The transitional mission will be called Operation New Dawn.

Obama announced the date for the end of US combat missions in Iraq at a speech in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, in February 2009, a little over a month after moving into the White House.

There were 144,000 US troops in Iraq when he took office.

Along with the troops, Washington is reducing its military equipment deployed in the country.

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By the end of August, US forces in Iraq will reduce the total number of equipment from 3.4 million pieces in January 2009 to a total of 1.2 million pieces, which are required to support the remaining troops, according to the White House.

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The equipment is being moved to Afghanistan, US military stockpiles and to Iraqi security forces.

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By the end of the month, US forces are also scheduled to reduce from 121 to to 94 the number of bases they occupy in Iraq, White House officials said.

By comparison, in June 2009, US troops occupied 357 Iraqi bases.

Begin Excerpt from MEMRI

Middle East Media Review Institute

Special Dispatch No. 3129

July 29, 2010

Taliban Statement Says Kabul Conference Helped the ‘Implementation of the U.S.’s Satanic Programs’ in Afghanistan, Notes: ‘The Useless Kabul Conference Showed that the U.S. has Lost the Initiative to Find a Solution to the Afghanistan Issue’

On July 20, a major international conference on Afghanistan, which was attended by foreign ministers and diplomats from over 70 countries, endorsed Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s initiative with regard to the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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A communiqué issued at the end of the conference said: “Participants welcomed and endorsed in principle the Afghan government’s peace and reintegration program.”[1]

According to a report on the website of the Pakistani daily The News, the communiqué noted that the peace plan is directed at those militants “who renounce violence, have no links to international terrorist organizations, respect the constitution, and are willing to join in building a peaceful Afghanistan.”[2]

Addressing the conference, President Karzai said that Afghan security forces will take over full responsibility

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for maintaining security in Afghanistan by 2014. According to a report on the Afghan website tolonews.com, he said, “I remain determined that our Afghan national security forces will be responsible for all military and law enforcement operations throughout our country by 2014.”[3]

On July 21, the Taliban said that the Kabul Conference does not portend any kind of benefit, adding that the decisions which were taken in the conference will only prolong the war in Afghanistan.[4] According to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Cheragh, the Taliban said the conference has helped in the “implementation of the U.S.’s satanic programs in Afghanistan.”[5]

On July 21, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (the Taliban’s shadow government) also issued a statement, urging the international community not to blindly endorse the U.S.’s “useless and blind plans” in Afghanistan. Excerpts of the statement were published by the Peshawar-based newspaper The Frontier Post.[6] Accusing the Karzai government of being a “slave” to the U.S. interests in Afghanistan, the Taliban statement said that despite its incompetence, the Kabul government has been “imposed on Afghans by the Americans.”

Following are excerpts from the Taliban statement:[7]

“The Conference Shows that the International Community would Leave Afghanistan and Hold the Powerless Kabul Administration Responsible for the Upcoming Destruction”

“The conference was organized by the international community on the pretext to hand over military, administrative, and economic matters to the slave Kabul administration days after the officials of the finance department of the same administration announced that over 40 billion dollars were smuggled through Kabul Airport in three years.

“Similarly, an anti-corruption organization reported that officials of the Karzai administration robbed Afghans of one billion dollar in the past one year…

“Besides the financial embezzlement, the military and security situation of this administration has reached such a level that its head [President Hamid Karzai] could not travel by road in Kabul despite the presence of 150,000 foreign troops. No government writ could be seen in Kabul…

“Despite that 12,000 Afghan and foreign troops were deployed by the Americans for the security of the daylong conference [on Tuesday], mujahideen were able to fire rockets at Kabul airport and proved their military strength…

“The international community admitted that the… military and economic affairs would be handed over to the failed administration…

“The useless Kabul conference showed that the U.S. has lost the initiative to find a solution to the Afghanistan issue, and any effort being made in the name of a solution to the problem has already failed in the past. Anything they are doing on this pretext is proving to be the cause of the prolonging of the problems and involving the foreigners. These are the things that Afghans do not want.

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It would intensify the resistance…

“The confused and unidentified target of the conference shows that the international community would leave Afghanistan and hold the powerless Kabul administration responsible for the upcoming destruction and failure…

“By making useless efforts like the Kabul conference, the Americans want to divert the international community’s attention from their defeat in Afghanistan, not to bring an end to the problems of Afghanistan…”


[1] www.thenews.com.pk (Pakistan), July 20, 2010.

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[2] www.thenews.com.pk (Pakistan), July 20, 2010.
[3] www.tolonews.com (Afghanistan), July 20, 2010.
[4] Roznama Cheragh (Afghanistan), July 22, 2010.
[5] Roznama Cheragh (Afghanistan), July 22, 2010.
[6] The Frontier Post (Pakistan), July 22, 2010.
[7] The Frontier Post (Pakistan), July 22, 2010. The text of the statement has been lightly edited for clarity.

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