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Salahuddin - Iraq Press - February 6: Shen regulate Daash on Saturday, an attack on the oil fields area of Tikrit, in the province of Salah al-Din, at a time when the security forces tried and fighters clans addressed, while the expected arrival of military reinforcements to the combat zone.
A local official in the province, said that "Daash launched at dawn today, an attack on the oil Ajil fields east of Tikrit, and clashed with security forces and tribesmen in the region," noting that "the attack was carried out by the infiltration of dozens of elements of the regulatory process, approached the fields are and they clashed with a large block lines first. "
The official added that "Daash reinforced the elements of the attackers other numbers," noting that "military reinforcements headed towards the fields to assign combat troops."
For his part, stressed the spokesman for the families of the Salahuddin provincial council, Sheikh Marwan Jabara, that "Daash trying to control Alas Ajil oil fields and intensify its attacks continuously on them, trying to achieve material gains through the sale of oil."
He said Jabara, in an interview, said the fighting front "includes fields Alas and Ajil oilfields, and which features by pressing the big oil which drives the organization to try to control it again," noting that "Daash was selling from these two fields worth $ 3 million a day throughout the period of his control on the province. "
Tribal administrator, he said that "the tribes and clans of Tikrit, east of the province banded together in an unprecedented way and rallied and managed to repel each organization attacks, killing dozens of its components with the help of military aviation."
It is noteworthy that (Daash) still controls large areas in Salahuddin province north of Baghdad, the town of Baiji, which links the province of Mosul, which would give him a chance to implement Carr attacks fled to different parts of the province and make breakthroughs in, prompting observers and local officials to warn serious setback for security in the province. Q ended