Civil defense teams in the Karrada bombing site

US magazine: 2000 suicide attack in Iraq since 2003

Long-Presse / Baghdad
Revealed an American magazine, on Wednesday, on exposure of Iraq to more than 2000 suicide of the general strike in 2003 and 2015 claimed the lives of 21 thousand and 487 people dead, at least, promised bombing witnessed in the Karrada district, last Sunday, "the worst solitary assault" since US troops entered Iraq and while the reasons attributed to "the weakness of the security forces as a result of political and sectarian disputes," confirmed that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi "no position" position to coordinate and take over security and intelligence agencies tasks in Baghdad and other provinces. The Time magazine (TIME US), in a report, and he followed (the long-Presse), that "Iraq is subjected to more than two thousand suicide attack between 2003 and 2015 claimed the lives of 21 thousand and 487 people dead, at least," usually that "suicide bombing in the Karrada area, among the worst unilateral attacks on civilians in the country since suffering the American invasion in 2003, which killed more than 175 people, at the very least. "
She Waltham, that "the bombing of Karrada, reveals a continuous nightmare experienced by Iraq at a time when trying to address the political divisions and the reform of state institutions with a broad threats to its security," noting that "part of the challenge faced by the Iraqi authorities now is the adoption of the organization (Daash) the suicide bombers in the attacks, which are often by cars and trucks, a tactic that leads to inflict the greatest number of victims with the difficulty of stopping it moves, since Iraq has suffered many such attacks since 2003 until now. " The magazine quoted, for "statistical conducted by the University of Chicago, Alvin Iraq suffered 27 suicide attack during the period from 2003 to the end of last year, 2015," pointing out that such "attacks caused the deaths of 21 thousand and 487 people were at the very least."
And saw analysts, according to Time, to "stop the suicide attacks in Baghdad requires locating sleeper cells to regulate Daash doubtful be standing behind them and the arrest of its members", stressing that "it will not be easy with a weak security institution influenced by political and sectarian Baltjazbat experienced by the country." The magazine quoted, political analyst Renad Mansour, a fellow Carnegie Center for Middle East Studies, as saying that "the problem in Iraq is more political than security," noting that "the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, not a position that can coordinate and take over security agencies tasks and intelligence are all in Baghdad and other parts of Iraq. " And saw the Karrada area inside, central Baghdad, at a time of dawn on Sunday, (third from the current July 2016), a suicide car bomb driven by a suicide bomber, killed hundreds of victims among the dead or wounded.