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Iraqi Army Announces Anbar Operation



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Iraqi Army Announces Anbar Operation

Post by lonelyintexas on Tue 26 May 2015, 8:17 am

[size=48]Iraqi Army Announces Anbar Operation
Large part of western Iraqi province under the control IS militants since early 2014

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The Iraqi government on Tuesday announced the launch of a military operation to drive Islamic State (IS) out of Anbar. The extremists captured Ramadi, the capital of the western Iraqi province, last week.

Iraqi state TV announced the start of the operation, in which troops will be backed by Shi’ite and Sunni paramilitary forces, but did not provide further details.

IS militants seized large parts of Anbar in early 2014 and eventually captured Ramadi 17th May.

The fall of the city marked a significant defeat for Iraqi forces, which had been making steady progress against the insurgents over the past year, backed by US-led international coalition airstrikes.

Security forces and Sunni militiamen who had been battling the extremists in Ramadi for months, collapsed as IS militants overran the city mid-May.

The capture of Ramadi has created tension between the US and Iraqi governments, after US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter said that Iraqi forces had “vastly outnumbered” the IS militants in Ramadi but “showed no will to fight.”

After the fall of Ramadi, Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi called on Shi’ite militias under the Hashd al-Shaabi command to help Iraqi troops retake the majority Sunni province.


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Re: Iraqi Army Announces Anbar Operation

Post by lonelyintexas on Tue 26 May 2015, 8:21 am

[size=48]Iraqi forces surround Ramadi from three axes and starts striking
Tuesday, 26 May 2015 12:34

Shafaq News / Sources said that the Iraqi joint forces surrounded Ramadi city, the center of Anbar province, which was controlled by ISIS terrorists last week.

The sources told Shafaq News, that the joint forces are currently encircling Ramadi from three axes ; west, east and south with the constant bombardment on ISIS strongholds.

As Anbar police command has called on its members to join the headquarters of leadership in Habbaniyah within 48 hours.

It has announced those who don’t come as violators and dismissed from the service.

Prime Minister and General Commander of the Armed Forces , Haider al-Abadi said that liberating Anbar province from ISIS terrorist organization "is imminent."

The Joint Operations Command announced, today the start of liberating Anbar province including its capital city of Ramadi, from control of ISIS terrorist organization.

The organization was able last week to impose control over Ramadi after the withdrawal of security forces from the army and police without a fight in a similar scenario to what happened in Mosul city in mid of last year.

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