The Iraqi Army and ISIS

This is how the Iraqi “army” now is confronting the ISIS terrorists after those Iraqi persons won their foot race out of the Mosul and Tikrit:

In the western city of Haditha, tribal leaders were in talks on Tuesday with ISIS militants to negotiate the surrender of Iraqi security forces….

That’s right—this “fighting” force is hiding behind the backsides of elders.

And this:

…local tribal leaders negotiated the peaceful surrender of the last of the Iraqi soldiers trapped in the oil refinery at Beiji.

That oil refinery is was Iraq’s largest.

The gentlemen in the Alamo, and on either side of the question at Iwo Jima, or at Verdun, might have had a different view of the situations in Haditha and Beiji.

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