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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:29 am

A new US report warns of a "more serious" return to Da'ash

A new US report warns of a "more serious" return to Da'ash 1a4beb680125450afb62f4aac7bb5e71_L

07/01/2019 - 11:08

A US report warned that the terrorist organization was "unbeaten" and was preparing to return again in a "more serious" manner, despite its loss of land declared to be the "Caliphate State" in Syria and neighboring Iraq.

The report, prepared by the Institute for War Studies (ISW), a Washington-based non-governmental think-tank, entitled "The Second Coming Back: Assessing the Next Condemned Rebellion."

The report, 76 pages long, said the organization is stronger today than its predecessor, "al Qaeda" in Iraq in 2011 when it began to weaken.

Al-Qaeda in Iraq had between 700 and 1,000 armed men at the time, while Daash had up to 30,000 militants in Iraq and Syria in August 2018, according to the Military Intelligence Agency.

Pointing out that "Dahesh" built from small groups of remnants in 2011, an army large enough to control Fallujah, Mosul and other cities in Iraq and control of most of eastern Syria in only 3 years.

The report predicted that the organization would regain its strength much faster and to a more serious level than the much larger force it still has today.

He explained that the slow-moving downsizing of the land controlled by the "Da'ash" and the use of force initiated by former US President Barack Obama, and his successor Donald Trump, gave plenty of time for the group to plan and prepare for the next phase of the war.

It is likely that it had a plan for a ready return before the fall of the Caliphate, and was carried out during the military campaign by the Iraqi security forces, the Syrian Democratic Forces and the US-led international coalition.

He pointed out that the "Dahesh" deliberately withdrew and transferred many of his fighters and their families from the cities of Mosul, the Syrian capital and other important cities to the new and old support areas in Iraq and Syria, where his forces are now deployed in both countries and launching rebellions.

"The organization maintains a global funding network that has financed its return to insurgency and has been able to rebuild its key media capabilities, as well as to maintain arms and other supplies in the tunnel and other support areas to equip the renewed rebel forces," he said.

According to the report, he began to rebuild major capacities in late 2018, which would enable him to launch a more aggressive insurgency in the coming months. The organization's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, asserted greater control over the operations of his forces in Iraq and Syria in June 2018 , And restructuring the command and control structures.

The successful re-formation of a physical succession in Iraq and Syria would lead to new waves of attacks in Europe and legitimize his account of "the inevitable long-term victory."

More than three years later, with the support of the US-led coalition, Iraq announced in December 2017 the restoration of its entire territory from the grip of Dahesh, who controlled a third of the country's territory.

The organization still retains sleeper cells scattered throughout the country, and gradually returned to its old style of pre-2014 guerrilla attacks.

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