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Topic - War on the horizon
Posted: December 11 2015 at 2:40am By Dutch Josh
http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/12/10/441186/US-Daesh-War-Weapons-Arno-Develay

The United States is providing the Daesh (ISIL) Takfiri group modern weapons in order to prolong a war in the Middle East region, an international human rights lawyer says.

Arno Develay, who is based in Paris, told Press TV on Thursday that US weapons manufacturers are the main beneficiary of a protracted war in the Middle East.

A recent report by Amnesty International has revealed that the terror group is in possession of a substantial lethal arsenal of US-made weapons and equipment they captured from the Iraqi military and militants fighting against the Syrian government.

The prominent human rights group noted in its report that the quantity and range of Daesh arsenal "ultimately reflects decades of irresponsible arms transfers to Iraq and multiple failures by the US-led occupation administration to manage arms deliveries and stocks securely, as well as endemic corruption in Iraq itself."