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Poll: Should there be an immediate cease fire in Mosul to prevent humanitarian crisis?
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Ambitious1999
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There is a humanitarian crisis looming with the liberation of Mosul. Its likely to become another Aleppo.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/1...081949949.html

Also Mr Corbyn is opposed to any military action.

Should allied forces declare a cease fire and negotiations be started?

The other options are that allied forces form a security ring around Mosul to prevent IS expanding again, while allowing supplies in and out.

That dividing Mosul in two like Berlin was.

What are your options?
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(Original post by Ambitious1999)
There is a humanitarian crisis looming with the liberation of Mosul. Its likely to become another Aleppo.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/1...081949949.html

Also Mr Corbyn is opposed to any military action.

Should allied forces declare a cease fire and negotiations be started?

The other options are that allied forces form a security ring around Mosul to prevent IS expanding again, while allowing supplies in and out.

That dividing Mosul in two like Berlin was.

What are your options?
I think Jeremy Corbyn should get sent out there to tell ISIS and the Iraqi militias that they should all stop fighting. If they don't listen to him, he can do that thing where he looks down over his glasses at them. That'll work for sure.
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Why should we listen to commie Corbyn.
And these nutbars are insatiable. You cant negotiate with these people.
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I hope so because ISIS are really taking the piss so the best thing to do is to ignore their annoying ass.

I honestly feel so sorry for these people and that they have to go through all of this suffering. Ceasefire is the right answer for me.
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Why arent you asking ISIS to surrender?
Mr Corbyn is irrelevant. He is not the PM and in any even the UK has very little to do with what is going on in Mosul.
Mr Corbyn is a pacifist and it is unlikely he would support any miliyatu action to defend the UK never mind anywhere else. One of the things that makes him unelectable.

The only negotiations that should take place is their unconditional surrender or retreat.

The Iraqis shouldnt have to share a city with terrorists who stole it from them and who are intent on still attacking through terrorism large sections of the world.

Your options are completely naive, unrealistic and dumb. yet again.
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(Original post by Ambitious1999)

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Sit back and watch. Mr. Corbyn ought to get off his fluffy cloud and go talk to ISIS about it if he means it.
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"The biggest hindrance to us is the civilians, whose presence is slowing us down," Aridi said. "We are soldiers who are not trained to carry out humanitarian tasks."
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/1...134630575.html

It seems that they are trying to reduce loss of civilian life but unfortunately it's inevitable. In most cases I am against war, give me a solution that requires no violence and I will support it wholeheartedly. There are many wars and conflicts that I believed could have been resolved without violence.

In this case there is no other way. If Da'esh is left alone then they will continue to expand and commit gross human rights violations. There are no negotiations that will make them give up slavery, rape and mass executions. I like Corbyn but in this case he is completely wrong; being a pacifist to the extent that you always avoid conflict even to the detriment of yourself and others isn't smart.
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Corbyn would have congratulated Chamberlain and Daladier on their return from Munich.
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(Original post by Ambitious1999)
There is a humanitarian crisis looming with the liberation of Mosul. Its likely to become another Aleppo.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/1...081949949.html

Also Mr Corbyn is opposed to any military action.

Should allied forces declare a cease fire and negotiations be started?

The other options are that allied forces form a security ring around Mosul to prevent IS expanding again, while allowing supplies in and out.

That dividing Mosul in two like Berlin was.

What are your options?
My option is...TAKE CARE OF BRITISH ECONOMY FIRST! There are so many problems in UK...Homeless people , education,etc.

https://www.salvationarmyappeals.org.uk

http://www.emmaus.org.uk/

http://www.thehungerproject.org.uk/g...elow-the-line/

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My option is...TAKE CARE OF BRITISH ECONOMY FIRST! There are so many problems in UK...Homeless people , education,etc.

https://www.salvationarmyappeals.org.uk

http://www.emmaus.org.uk/

http://www.thehungerproject.org.uk/g...elow-the-line/

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You do realise that it is possible to be concerned about more than one problem at the same time? None of those problems in the UK are an excuse for ignoring atrocities carried out by ISIS and similar groups.
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My option is...TAKE CARE OF BRITISH ECONOMY FIRST! There are so many problems in UK...Homeless people , education,etc.
yes governments never do more than one thing at a time under any circumstances.
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