Sunday, August 24, 2014

Why not arm this brave Turkmen town in Iraq?

At least the residents have the will-power to join the local police in defending themselves and their town from being taken over by the wahhabi scum, while around them, dozens of villages and towns have meekly given in without a fight.

From CNN:
As violence continues to wrack Iraq, another ethnic slaughter may be in the making by Sunni extremists from ISIS.
ISIS fighters have besieged the ethnic Turkmen Shiite town of Amerli in the north for two months, and its fewer than 20,000 residents are without power and running out of food, water and medical supplies.
"The situation of the people in Amerli is desperate and demands immediate action to prevent the possible massacre of its citizens," said Nickolay Mladenov, the U.N. secretary-general's special representative for Iraq......

......Nearly three dozen villages surrounding Amerli are already under ISIS control, Albayati said. The people of Amerli are relying on the Iraqi government to take them out by helicopter or support them with food drops, Albayati said. In the past 10 days, he added, only one flight has delivered food.
Surrounded on four sides, the 17,400 residents have had to defend themselves with only the help of local police, said Masrwr Aswad of Iraq's Human Rights Commission.....

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