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Al Anbar Province is a lost cause.

Posted by QB on September 13, 2006

This is what I write on August 21, 2006 that US has already lost the Iraq war.

Bush on Iraq

There is a new US Marine Colonel report which is telling that Al Anbar province is a lost cause.

MSNBC “The Marine intelligence report says there were never enough American troops in al-Anbar from the beginning. In fact, one senior military official tells NBC News it would take 50,000-60,000 more U.S. ground forces to secure al-Anbar, and that’s not going to happen.

The top U.S. commander in Iraq said Tuesday there has been some military and economic progress in Anbar, but for the first first time, it appears the U.S. military is preparing to concede a large piece of Iraq to the enemy and leave it entirely to the Iraqis to eventually sort it out.”

“Devlin reports that there are no functioning Iraqi government institutions in Anbar, leaving a vacuum that has been filled by the insurgent group al-Qaeda in Iraq, which has become the province’s most significant political force, said the Army officer, who has read the report. Another person familiar with the report said it describes Anbar as beyond repair; a third said it concludes that the United States has lost in Anbar.” Washington Post.

Read the full report Anbar Is Lost Politically, Marine Analyst Says

Bush is still speaking about liberating Iraqi people and Afghans denying all the facts on the ground that US has lost the wars in Iraq as well as in Afghanistan.

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