Obama: Please don't drive Iraq's Kurds into Iran's arms

Obama: Please don't drive Iraq's Kurds into Iran's arms

September 9, 2014

<p class="font_7" style=""><span style=""><span style="">As U.S. President Barack Obama decides on the best strategy to deal with the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq, Syria and beyond, his final plan of action will undoubtedly include the participation of like-minded allied countries and regional partners.&nbsp;One such partner </span></span><span style=""><span style="">are</span></span><span style=""><span style=""> the Kurds of northern Iraq who regard ISIS as the biggest threat since the fall of the Saddam Hussein regime in 2003. The Kurds, however, are hoping for a more robust and lasting U.S. commitment as part of rekindled Kurdish-American cooperation.</span></span></p>

Obama: Please don't drive Iraq's Kurds into Iran's arms

Obama: Please don't drive Iraq's Kurds into Iran's arms

September 9, 2014

<p class="font_7" style=""><span style=""><span style="">As U.S. President Barack Obama decides on the best strategy to deal with the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq, Syria and beyond, his final plan of action will undoubtedly include the participation of like-minded allied countries and regional partners.&nbsp;One such partner </span></span><span style=""><span style="">are</span></span><span style=""><span style=""> the Kurds of northern Iraq who regard ISIS as the biggest threat since the fall of the Saddam Hussein regime in 2003. The Kurds, however, are hoping for a more robust and lasting U.S. commitment as part of rekindled Kurdish-American cooperation.</span></span></p>

Obama: Please don't drive Iraq's Kurds into Iran's arms

Obama: Please don't drive Iraq's Kurds into Iran's arms

September 9, 2014

<p class="font_7" style=""><span style=""><span style="">As U.S. President Barack Obama decides on the best strategy to deal with the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq, Syria and beyond, his final plan of action will undoubtedly include the participation of like-minded allied countries and regional partners.&nbsp;One such partner </span></span><span style=""><span style="">are</span></span><span style=""><span style=""> the Kurds of northern Iraq who regard ISIS as the biggest threat since the fall of the Saddam Hussein regime in 2003. The Kurds, however, are hoping for a more robust and lasting U.S. commitment as part of rekindled Kurdish-American cooperation.</span></span></p>

Obama: Please don't drive Iraq's Kurds into Iran's arms

Obama: Please don't drive Iraq's Kurds into Iran's arms

September 9, 2014

<p class="font_7" style=""><span style=""><span style="">As U.S. President Barack Obama decides on the best strategy to deal with the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq, Syria and beyond, his final plan of action will undoubtedly include the participation of like-minded allied countries and regional partners.&nbsp;One such partner </span></span><span style=""><span style="">are</span></span><span style=""><span style=""> the Kurds of northern Iraq who regard ISIS as the biggest threat since the fall of the Saddam Hussein regime in 2003. The Kurds, however, are hoping for a more robust and lasting U.S. commitment as part of rekindled Kurdish-American cooperation.</span></span></p>