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[国际瞭望] 【整理】2014-08-11&08-18 奥巴马授权美军在伊拉克进行空袭 保护美国公民

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[国际瞭望] 【整理】2014-08-11&08-18 奥巴马授权美军在伊拉克进行空袭 保护美国公民

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President Obama Approves Airstrikes in Iraq


Barack Obama says militants who threaten US personnel will be targeted, as planes drop food and water to persecuted Iraqis.

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新闻背景:

美国总统奥巴马说,他已授权对伊拉克北部的伊斯兰极端武装ISIS目标实施定点空袭,前提是该武装对美国利益构成威胁。称美国之所以采取行动是为了防止发生针对少数族群的种族屠杀事件。表示,美国不能也不应该在世界上出现危机时就出手干预。但美国可以“谨慎和负责地”采取行动,阻止种族屠杀事件的发生。

美国已对受到伊斯兰极端武装ISIS威胁的伊拉克地区提供人道援助的空投。在伊斯兰极端武装ISIS占领了伊拉克基督教社区最大的城镇克拉克斯后,当地大多数伊拉克基督教徒已逃离家园。

美国官员说,美国向位于辛贾尔山外的少数族裔雅兹迪教派社区进行了空投。不少雅兹迪族人离开了家园,一些人在附近的山上躲避。

联合国秘书长潘基文说,他对目前的局势“深感震惊”。与此同时,美国警告说,伊拉克境内的少数民族境况正变成“人道灾难”。



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Today I authorized two operations in Iraq, targeted airstrikes to protect our American personnel, and a humanitarian effort to help save thousands of Iraqi civilians who are trapped on a mountain without food and water and facing almost certain death.  Let me explain the actions we’re taking and why.   

First, I said in June, as the terrorist group ISIL began an advance across Iraq, that the United States would be prepared to take targeted military action in Iraq if and when we determined that the situation required it.  In recent days, these terrorists have continued to move across Iraq, and have neared the city of Erbil, where American diplomats and civilians serve at our consulate and American military personnel advise Iraqi forces.

To stop the advance on Erbil, I've directed our military to take targeted strikes against ISIL terrorist convoys should they move toward the city.  We intend to stay vigilant, and take action if these terrorist forces threaten our personnel or facilities anywhere in Iraq, including our consulate in Erbil and our embassy in Baghdad.  We’re also providing urgent assistance to Iraqi government and Kurdish forces so they can more effectively wage the fight against ISIL.

Second, at the request of the Iraqi government, we've begun operations to help save Iraqi civilians stranded on the mountain.  As ISIL has marched across Iraq, it has waged a ruthless campaign against innocent Iraqis.  And these terrorists have been especially barbaric towards religious minorities, including Christian and Yezidis, a small and ancient religious sect.  Countless Iraqis have been displaced.  And chilling reports describe ISIL militants rounding up families, conducting mass executions, and enslaving Yezidi women.

In recent days, Yezidi women, men and children from the area of Sinjar have fled for their lives.  And thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, are now hiding high up on the mountain, with little but the clothes on their backs.  They’re without food, they’re without water.  People are starving.  And children are dying of thirst.  Meanwhile, ISIL forces below have called for the systematic destruction of the entire Yezidi people, which would constitute genocide.  So these innocent families are faced with a horrible choice:  descend the mountain and be slaughtered, or stay and slowly die of thirst and hunger.

I've said before, the United States cannot and should not intervene every time there’s a crisis in the world.  So let me be clear about why we must act, and act now.  When we face a situation like we do on that mountain, with innocent people facing the prospect of violence on a horrific scale, when we have a mandate to help, in this case, a request from the Iraqi government, and when we have the unique capabilities to help avert a massacre, then I believe the United States of America cannot turn a blind eye.  We can act, carefully and responsibly, to prevent a potential act of genocide.  That’s what we’re doing on that mountain.

I've, therefore, authorized targeted airstrikes, if necessary, to help forces in Iraq as they fight to break the siege of Mount Sinjar and protect the civilians trapped there.  Already, American aircraft have begun conducting humanitarian airdrops of food and water to help these desperate men, women and children survive.  Earlier this week, one Iraqi in the area cried to the world, “There is no one coming to help.”  Well today, America is coming to help.  We’re also consulting with other countries, and the United Nations, who have called for action to address this humanitarian crisis.

I know that many of you are rightly concerned about any American military action in Iraq, even limited strikes like these.  I understand that.  I ran for this office in part to end our war in Iraq and welcome our troops home, and that’s what we’ve done.  As Commander-in-Chief, I will not allow the United States to be dragged into fighting another war in Iraq. And so even as we support Iraqis as they take the fight to these terrorists, American combat troops will not be returning to fight in Iraq.

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Today I authorized 2 operations in Iraq, targeted airstrikes to protect our American personnel and a humanitarian effort to help save thousands of Iraqi civilians who are trapped on a mountain without food, and water and facing almost certain death. Let me explain the actions we are taking and why.

First, I said in June as the terrorist group ISIL began an advance across Iraq that the United States would be prepared to take targeted military action in Iraq if and when we determined that the situation required them. In recent days, these terrorists have continued to move across Iraq, and neared the city of Erbil where American diplomats and civilians serve at our consulate and American military personnel advise Iraqi forces. To stop the advance on Erbil, I’ve directed our military to take targeted strikes against ISIL terrorist convoys should they move toward the city. We intend to stay vigilant and take action if these terrorist forces threaten our personnel or facilities anywhere in Iraq, including our consulate in Erbil and our embassy in Bagdad. We are also providing urgent assistance to Iraqi government and Kurdish forces, so they can more effectively wage the fight against ISIL.

Second, at the request of the Iraqi government, we began operations to help save Iraqi civilians stranded on the mountain. As ISIL has marched across Iraq as it waged a ruthless campaign against innocent Iraqis. And these terrorists have been especially barbaric towards religious minorities, including Christian and Yezidis, a small and ancient religious sect. Countless Iraqis have been displaced and chilling reports describe ISIL militants rounding up families, conducting mass executions and enslaving Yezidi women. In recent days, Yezidi women men, and children from the area of Singar have fled for their lives. And thousands, perhaps tens of thousands are now hiding high up on the mountain, with little but the clothes on their backs. They are without food, they are without water. People are starving, and children are dying of thirst. Meanwhile ISIL forces below have called for the systematic destruction of the entire Yezidi people which would constitute genocide. So these innocent families are faced with a horrible choice. Descend the mountain and be slaughtered or stay and slowly die of thirst and hunger.

Now I have said before, the United States cannot and should not intervene every time there’s a crisis in the world.  So let me be clear about why we must act and act now. When we face a situation as we do on that mountain with innocent people facing the prospect of violence on a horrific scale, when we have a mandate to help, in this case a request from the Iraqi government, and when we have the unique capabilities to help avert a massacre, then I believe the United States of America cannot turn a blind eye. We can act, carefully and responsibly to prevent a potential act of genocide. That’s what we are doing on that mountain. I therefore authorized targeted airstrikes if necessary to help forces in Iraq, as it fights to break the siege of Mt. Sinjar and protect the civilians trapped there. Already American aircrafts have begun conducting humanitarian airdrops of food and water to help these desperate men women and children survive. Earlier this week, one Iraqi in the area cried to the world, there’s no one coming to help. Well, today America is coming to help. We’re also consulting with other countries, and the United Nations, we have called for action to address the humanitarian crisis. I know that many of you are rightly concerned about any American military action in Iraq, even limited strikes like these. I understand that. I run for this office in part to end our war in Iraq and welcome our troops home, and that’s what we have done. As commander in chief, I will not allow the United States to be dragged into fighting another war in Iraq. And so even as we support Iraqis as they take the fight to these terrorists. American combat troops will not be returning to fight in Iraq.
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Today I authorize two operations in Iraq, targeting airstrikes to protect our American personnel and a humanitarian effort to help save thousands of Iraqi civilians who are trapped on a mountain without food, and water, and facing almost certain death. Let me explain the actions we are taking and why.
First, I said in June as a the terrorist group ISIL began an advance across Iraq, but the United State will be prepared to take targeted military action in Iraq if and when we determine that the situation required them. In recent days, these terrorists have continued to move across Iraq, and near the city of Erbil, where American diplomats and civilians serve at our consulate and American military personnel advise Iraqi forces. To stop the advance on Erbil, I've directed our military to take targeted strikes against ISIL terrorists convoys should they move toward the city. We intend to stay vigilant and take if these terrorists forces threaten our personnel or facilities anywhere in Iraq, including our consulate in Erbil and our embassy in Bagdad. We are also providing urgent assistance to Iraqi government and Kurdish forces, so they can more effectively wage to fight against ISIL.
Second, after request of the Iraqi government, we've begun operations to help save Iraqi civilians stranded on the mountain. As ISIL has marched across Iraq as it waged a ruthless campaign  against innocent Iraqis, and these terrorists have been especially barbaric towards religious minorities, including Christian and Yazidis, a small and ancient religious sect. Countless Iraqis have been displaced and chilling reports describe ISIL militants rounding up families, conducting mass executions and enslaving the Yazidi women. In recent days, Yazidi women, men and children from the area of Sinjar have fled for their lives. And thousands, perhaps tens of thousands are now hiding high up on the mountain with little but the clothes on their backs. They are without food, they are without water. People are starving and children are dying of thirst. Meanwhile, ISIL forces below have called for a systematic destruction of the entire Yazidi people which would constitute genocide. So these innocent families are feced with a horrible choice. Descend the mountain and be slaughtered or stay and slowly die of thirst and hunger.
Now I have said before, the United States cannot and should not intervene every time there's a crisis in the world, so let me be clear about why we must act and act now. When we face a situation like we do on that mountain, with innocent facing a prospect of violence of a horrific scale, when we have a mandate to help, in this case a request from the Iraqi government. And when we have the unique capabilities to help avert a massacre, then I believe the United States of America cannot turn a blind eye. We can act, carefully and responsibly prevent a potential act of genocide. That's what we are doing on that mountain. I therefore authorizeD targeted airstrikes if necessary to help forces in Iraq as they fight to break the siege of the Mount Sinja and protect the civilians trapped there. Already American aircrafts have begun conducting humanitarian airdrops of food and water to help these desperate men, women and children survive.
Earlier this week, one Iraqi in the area cried to world "There is no one coming to help." Well, today America is coming to help. We are also consulting with other countries and the United Nations, we have called for action to address the humanitarian crisis. I know that many of you are rightly concerned about any American military action in Iraq, even limited strikes like this. I understand that. I run for this office in part to end our war in Iraq and welcome our troops home, and that's what we have done. As commander in chief, I will not allow the United States to be dragged into fighting another war in Iraq. And so as even we support Iraqi as they take the fight to these terrorists. American combat troops will not be returning to fight in Iraq.
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[Homework]2014-08-11&08-18 奥巴马授权美军在伊拉克进行空袭 保护美国公民

today i authorized two operations in iraq.  targeted airstrikes to protect american personal  and humanitarian effort to help save thousands of Iraqi civilians who trapped in a mountain without food and water and facing almost certain death. let me explain  the actions we are taking and why.first, i said in june ,as the terrorist group  isil began advance across the iraq. the united states would be prepare to take targeted military action in the iraq if and when we determined the situation required them. recent days  these terrorists have continued to move across the iraq and neared the city of erbill  where american diplomats  and civilians serve at our consulate and americans military personal advise iraqi force . to stop the advance on erbil  , i have directed  military to take targeted strikes against isil terrorist convoys should they move toward the city.  we intend to  stay vigilant  and take action if these terrorist forces threaten our personal or facilities anywhere in the iraq , including our consulate in our bill and our embassy in badgad  .we  so provide urgent assistant  to iraq government  and critish forces so they can more effectively wage the fight against iso.
second  at the request of the iraq government, we began operations to help save iraq civilians stranded  on the mountain. as isil has marched across iraqi as it waged a ruthless campaign against innocent  iraqis ,these terrorists has been specially barbaric towards  religious minorities., including christian  and Yezidis  the small ancient religious set. countless iraqis have been replaced and chilling reports described isil militant rounding up families , conducting mass excutions and enslaving women. in recent days, iza man ,woman and children from the area of have fled for their lives. thousands perhaps tens of thousands are hiding high up on the mountains, with little but clothes on their backs ,they are without food they are without water  people are starving ,children are dying of thirst. meanwhile ,isil forces below have called for the systematic destruction of entire people which would  constitute genocide . so these innocent families are faced with horrible choice. descend  the mountain and be slaughtered or stay and slowly die of the thirst and hunter. as i said  before  the united states can not and should not intervene   every time there is a crisis  in the world . so let me be clear about why we must act and act now , when we face the situation like we do on that mountain with innocent people facing a prospect of violence on a horrific scale .,when we have a mandate  to help , in this case a request from  iraq government .when we have the unique capabilities to help avert a massacre ,the united states can not turn a blind eye.
we can act ,carefully and responsibly to prevent a potential act of genocide ,that is what we are doing on that mountain. and therefore authorized target airstrike if necessary to help forces in iraq ,as it  fight to break the siege  among the singer and  protect the civilians that trapped there. already american aircrafts have begun conducting humanitarian  airdrops of food water to help these desperate man woman and children to survive. we are also consulting with other countries ,the united nations ,we called for actions to address this humanitarian crisis . i know many of you are rightly concerned about any american military action in iraq ,even limited strikes like this,  i run for this office in part to end the war in iraq and welcome our troops home. as a commander chief i would not allow the united states be dragged into fighting another war in iraq . so even as we support iraqis as they take the fight towards terrorists the american combat troops will not be returning to fight in iraq.



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Today I authorized two operations in Iraq: targeted airstrikes to protect our American personnel and a humanitarian effort to help save thousands of Iraqi civilians who were trapped on a mountain without food and water, and facing almost certain death. Let me explain the actions we are taking and why.

First I said in June as the terrorist group ISIL began an advance across Iraq that the United States would be prepared to take targeted military action in Iraq if and when we determined that the situation required them. In recent days, these terrorists have continued to move across Iraq, and neared the city of Erbil where American diplomats and civilians serve at our consulate and American military personnel advise Iraqi forces. To stop the advance on Erbil, I directed our military to take targeted strikes against ISIL terrorists convoys should they move toward the city. We intend to stay vigilant and take action if these terrorist forces threat our personnel or facilities anywhere in Iraq, including our consulate in Erbil and our Embassy in Bagdad. We are also providing urgent assistance to Iraqi government and Kurdish forces, so they can more effectively wage the fight against ISIL.

Second, at the request of the Iraqi government, we’ve begun operations to help save Iraqi civilians stranded on the mountain. As ISIL has marched across Iraq, it waged a ruthless campaign against innocent Iraqis. And these terrorists have been especially barbaric toward religious minorities, including Christian and Yezidis, a small and ancient religious sect. Countless Iraqis have been displaced, chilling reports describe ISIL militants rounding up families, conducting mass executions and enslaving Yezidi women. In recent days, Yezidi women, men and children from the area of Sinjar have fled for their lives. And thousands, perhaps tens of thousands are now hiding high up in the mountain, with little but the clothes on their backs. They are without food, they are without water. People are starving. Children are dying of thirst. Meanwhile, ISIL forces below have called for the systematic destruction of the entire Yezidi people, which would constitute genocide. So these innocent families are faced with a horrible choice: descend the mountain and be slaughtered or stay and slowly die of thirst and hunger.

Now I have said before, the United States cannot and should not intervene every time there is a crisis in the world. So let me be clear about why we must act and act now. When we face a situation like we do on that mountain with innocent people facing the prospect of violence on a horrific scale, when we have a mandate to help, in this case a request from the Iraqi government, and when we have the unique capabilities to help avert a massacre, then I believe the United States of America cannot turn a blind eye. We can act, carefully and responsibly to prevent a potential act of genocide. That’s what we were doing on that mountain. I therefore, authorized targeted airstrikes if necessary to help forces in Iraq as it fights to break the siege of mountain Sinjar and protect the civilians trapped there. Already American aircrafts have begun conducting humanitarian airdrops of food and water to help these desperate men, women and children survive. Earlier this week, one Iraqi in the area cried to the world: “There is no one coming to help.” Well, today America is coming to help. We are also consulting with other countries and the United Nations. We have called for action to address this humanitarian crisis. I know that many of you are rightly concerned about any American military action in Iraq, even limited strikes like this. I understand that. I run for this office in part to end our war in Iraq and welcome our troops home. That’s what we’ve done. As commander in chief, I will not allow the United States to be dragged into fighting another war in Iraq. And so even as we support Iraqis as they take the fight to these terrorists, American combat troops will not be returning to fight in Iraq.
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