As Mosul falls to ISIS militants, doubts over US-trained Iraqi security forces
Ariel Zirulnick is the Monitor's Middle East editor, overseeing regional coverage both for CSMonitor.com and the weekly magazine.Full Story
#1 Jun 10, 2014
It seems that this has been the case since the beginning, the indigenous forces neither have the training nor the will to actually fight to protect what is theirs.
Sad really , that they cannot seem to find the will to protect their own country from the Taliban.
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