For President Trump this is not worth his 'art of the deal'
For President Trump it is more important what his Hassidic Orthadox Jewish daughter says regarding Iran, Syria and the Middle East.
For President Trump it is more important what Netanyahu DEMANDS of him, rather than the strategic interests of the USA---Economic and military.
For President Trump the skekels he recieves from Orthadox Jewish supporters into his personal coffer is MORE IMPORTANT, than the strategic interests of the USA.....which determine his strategic policies.
President Trump indeed plays 3D chess but it is of the greasy Diego variety that relates to his personal enrichment and political survival, rather than honestly batting for the USA.
President Trump sends IMPERIAL EDICTS to powerful nations demanding that they comply with American sanctions against Iran, against Russia, against Venezuela......but don't these important nations have economic interests related to lawful International trade worth $ trillions...and the jobs of millions?
From the pulpit of the TROTSKYITE-LIKUD POLITICAL PLATFORM .......President Trump and his cabinet of War Hawkes and torturers wish to shape the world in their fashion.....good luck!
The Islamic State has used chemical weapons, including chlorine and sulfur mustard agents, at least 52 times on the battlefield in Syria and Iraq since it swept to power in 2014, according to a new independent analysis.
More than one-third of those chemical attacks have come in and around Mosul, the Islamic State stronghold in northern Iraq, according to the assessment by the IHS Conflict Monitor, a London-based intelligence collection and analysis service.
The IHS conclusions, which are based on local news reports, social media and Islamic State propaganda, mark the broadest compilation of chemical attacks in the conflict. American and Iraqi military officials have expressed growing alarm over the prospect of additional chemical attacks as the allies press to regain both Mosul and Raqqa, the Islamic State capital in Syria.
“The coalition is concerned about ISIL’s use of chemical weapons,” Col. John Dorrian, a military spokesman in Iraq, said in an email on Monday, using another name for the Islamic State. “ISIL has used them in Iraq and Syria in the past, and we expect them to continue employing these types of weapons.”
Colonel Dorrian said that the Islamic State’s ability to use chemical weapons is “rudimentary,” and that American, Iraqi and other allied troops are equipped to deal with the impact of these chemical attacks — typically rockets, mortar shells or artillery shells filled with chemical agents. The effects of these chemical munitions thus far have been limited to the immediate area where they land.