Providing comment on recent situations in Iraq, member of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee said "When they did not get anywhere in Syria, especially when they got the last blow by the Syrian people in polling booths, the US and its regional followers found out that for terrorists to stay in Syria would not benefit them.”
"That’s why they considered two things,” added Mohammad Saleh Jokar who was speaking with Mehr News Agency, "First, that the forces must not get out of hand, but rather be equipped with morale and given to work somewhere else. And second, that not using these groups could turn into a threat against them.”
He then concluded that mostly the US provides strategic support while Saudi Arabia logistics in order to keep Daesh alive.
"What Daesh is looking forward to will not come by. Maybe what happened was to some extent due to the Iraqi Army not being ready. Of course some political fissures also prepared the ground. But the conflict will soon be wrapped up. It will not last long,” the lawmaker asserted.
Emphasizing that peace is too soon return to Iraq, he maintained that there is nothing for Iranians to worry about and that the borders are in no way in danger.