Abadi's office responded to McCain and Graham: Iraq has enough men to defeat Bdaash

Twilight News / Iraqi government headed by Haidar al-Abbadi reiterated in a statement on Monday confirmed the ability of the security forces and volunteers her supporters from the popular crowd and tribal fighters to defeat the terrorist and organized Daash expelled from areas controlled by the north and west of the country.
It seems this statement comes in response to the invitation of members of the US Senate to increase its troops in Iraq to nearly three times the current level to ten thousand troops and send an equal number of soldiers to Syria as part of a multinational ground force to meet the organization Daash in each of the two countries.
According to a statement issued by the Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi that "our fighters heroes continue in the army, the police and the crowd and the popular clan victories and progress against terrorism Daash and that the Iraqis have made heroic sacrifices after the other in fair war."
The statement pointed out that "as the Iraqi government welcomes the increase in support in weapons and training and support of international partners in the fight against terrorism, we stress that Iraq has enough men and determination to defeat Bdaash and the like from other criminal groups."
The statement added that "at a time when we mark the high line had enormous sacrifices that our martyrs and our wounded and our fighters brave, we stress that this is the war against terrorism will be demolished by Iraqi Daash until the last inch of the land of Iraq Conception of terrorism and those who stand with him cleansing."
The statement continued that "this war is not a war between religions or sects, ethnic groups, it is a just war against the dark forces of destruction and murder."
The members majora in the US Congress, both McCain and Graham had said on Sunday, he told reporters during a visit to Baghdad that US personnel can provide logistical support and intelligence to a proposed strength of 100 thousand people from the Sunni Arab states such as Egypt, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, to be sent Syria and Iraq.