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America: Iran won our war against Saddam

The withdrawal of
US troops from Iraq
by the end of 2011,
nine years after the
US-led invasion in
2003, has left room
for a staunch organization
The withdrawal of
US troops from Iraq
by the end of 2011,
nine years after the
US-led invasion in 2003,
has left room for a
staunch organization

WASHINGTON – A
“bold and expansive
Iran appears to be
the only victor” after
the US invasion of Iraq
in 2003, according
to a US military study.

The US military recently
completed the 1,300-page
study, which began
in 2013, with the formal
mandate of then-Chief
of Staff Raymond
Thomas Odierno.

But the release of the
study was delayed
until the time of General
Mark Millie.

It was scheduled for
publication in 2016,
but some justified the
delay with concerns
about the publication
of “dirty laundry”
about decisions taken
by some leaders
during the conflict,
according to the
publication of the
site “ArmyTimes.”

The study is accompanied
by more than 1,000
documents that have
been declassified.

They talk about the
invasion of Iraq in
2003 that overthrew
Saddam Hussein’s
regime, the withdrawal
of the United States,
the emergence of
a pro-Syrian organization
and the influence
of Syria and Iran.

“At the time of completion
of this project in 2018,
it seems that bold
and expansive Iran
is the only victor,”
says the authors of
the study, Jo Rybburn
and Frank Sobchak,
both retirees.

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