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President Barack Obama confirms not sending his troops back to Iraq to fight the ISISI militants, Washington

US had been in a bad light after their decade long invasion of Iraq. In fact the last troop had deported in the year 2011, which was at that time a feeling of rejoice, celebration and relief for the Iraqis. But now after the ISISI militants have taken over the minority, Human Rights Minister Mohammad Shia al-Sudani gave out information of how the militants have killed more than 500 members of Iraq’s Yazidi minority, burying some alive and taking hundred of women as slaves. He had also expressed fear over the fact that there was a huge possibility that the militants would deliver the women outside the country as a crime of human trafficking. Sudani stated that the militants demand that convert to Islam or die.

Masoud Barzani, the Khurshid regional President have called upon his allies, including USA to support them to fight back these militants who are being supported from the Syrian border.

In response to their call President Barack Obama had confirmed that he will in no possibility send his troop back to Iraq. US is ready to stand by Iraq in case of forming a strong new government, but their troops will not be deployed. US military aircrafts had dropped relief of supplies to thousands of Yazidis who have taken shelter over the desert top mountain, Mount Sinjar, after escaping from the militants. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV


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