The Washington Post: Mosul after editing the verge of a struggle over power and wealth sharing

Revealed by the Washington Post, he expressed fears of a new conflict between the Iraqi parties occurring after the liberation of Mosul of al Daash among researchers that the reasons that led to the emergence of the organization will return again after liberation.
The US newspaper, in a report seen by the (long-Presse), that "with the approaching launch major assault on the last stronghold for the organization Daash, in the city of Mosul, who expect American commanders and Iraqi officials to begin by the end of this year, the signs of victory which looms ".
The newspaper suggested that "appear after it new problems and conflicts between the different Iraqi parties on vital issues is the division of power in the city's influence and control over land, money and oil that have not yet been solved."
The Washington Post pointed out that "if it goes battles as planned have been the end of the so-called state of succession to regulate Daash in Mosul situation is likely to appear later problems, that were not, new internal battles between the parties turned a blind eye over the past two years for their differences existing to focus on the fight Daash, it was returning these differences again after the elimination of regulation surfacing between the forces involved in the fighting, such as the Peshmerga forces and the Iraqi army and the popular crowd and Sunni tribal forces. "
US newspaper predicted that "these problems are in important matters relating to, for example, power-sharing, land and money and oil on the city of Mosul, which has not yet been solved," indicating that "the method in which they fight the battles, which represent a variety of local armed groups have conflicting agendas have increased the unit exacerbate existing problems already introducing new conflicts more complex, such as those relating to, for example, the issue of who will govern the areas liberated from the insurgents and how. "
The researcher says Zaid Al Sayegh, of the Carnegie Center for the Study of the Middle East in an interview with the Washington Post, he said that "in the event of victory achieved on Daash in Mosul, then you will be in the face of other problems were the cause of the emergence of Daash initially."
Sayegh adds that "Peshmerga forces during the confrontation with al Daash has liberated areas outside the boundaries of areas of the region are located where now exists to close them, as in Tuz Khurmatu area popular crowd forces which are not in sync with it was headed north in the predominantly Sunni areas."
Sayegh He continues that "the grievances of the people of the year helped the emergence of Daash of marginalization and the dimensions of which may increase the problems return again and may result in new battles between the parties over who controls the areas after the liberation."
And the movement of the US newspaper Major Mahmoud Fares Mahmoud, who runs one of the Peshmerga forces' positions on the outskirts of Tuz Khurmatu, saying that "what may face problems after the elimination of Daash is the difficulty of dealing with the popular crowd forces, they do not abide by promises and treaties, it is difficult to trust them."
The paper says that "although the city of Mosul, mostly Sunni Arabs, the surrounding districts and areas and villages in the vicinity of the province, home to a mix of Iraqi religious sects, including Sunni and Shiite Arabs, Turkmen and Kurds, Christians and Yazidis, Shabak, all of whom have conflicting views on how the administration of the province after its liberation fully from Daash, "pointing out that" there are multiple proposals to find ways to divide them into smaller provinces. "
For his part, says a spokesman for the popular crowd Ahmed al-Asadi said that "Iraqis are hoping to avoid any fights or problems that may arise after that and we will have a lot of work and many tasks accomplish after the elimination of Daash, and this will not be easier than fight the organization but what the problems you are talking about, it does not resolve battles were sick and tired of it. "
The paper quotes a senior Kurdish official, who declined to be named, said "various parties rarely converse and negotiate among themselves, which raises fears of chaos for them after the liberation of all occupied."
He adds, "I do not speak with one another, the only thing that cares about each party is to be the first of his knowledge and raise the flag in the city center, will be a big mess."
He says a spokesman for US forces Colonel Chris Garver, which has a surround these potential problems, "We want to develop an appropriate plan to apply in place after the liberation of Mosul to fill the political vacuum in which the return of residents to their homes in the city and we have to ensure the achievement of this goal."