Residents of some villages conductivity fleeing their homeland in fear of a war between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army
Ali Salman - 05/08/2012 PM - 7:12 | Hits: 100

Cairo residents fled the village, north of Mosul province of Rabia their land for fear of a war between the Iraqi army and Peshmerga forces.

The government has dispatched troops from the Iraqi army to strengthen security measures at border crossing points with Syria, but the Peshmerga forces prevented progress.

An official source in the province of Nineveh, "The people of the village north of Cairo Rabia have to leave the village for fear of being an arena of armed conflict between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army." "The rest of the border villages and warned in a state concern."

The governor of Nineveh Ethel Najafi said that "there is tension between the Iraqi border guards, which seeks to keeping the border with Syria and the Peshmerga forces deployed north of the triangle towards Rabia Turkish Iraqi Syrian and there is concern among the people of the area in both Arabic and Kurdish villages that are out there." Announced the Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces of the Friday night that "the actions of forces, the region is a violation of the Constitution and almost lead to a conflict with the armed forces, and the crossing forces the province to the borders of the province of Nineveh, control and the joints of management in which the publicity of weapons and the threat of it before the Peshmerga forces, represent a dangerous phenomenon for Athmd Akbaha. "The Peshmerga Ministry denied the words of its Secretary General, Major General Jabbar Yawar, a skirmish between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army, noting that" the Peshmerga forces prevented the progress of the Iraqi army to the border areas.