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Security forces stumbled on piles of weapons for "Daash" east of Ramadi

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Security forces stumbled on piles of weapons for "Daash" east of Ramadi

Post by rocky on Fri 12 Feb 2016, 8:12 am






Anbar operations commander Maj. Gen. Ismail Mahlawi said Friday found three piles of weapons and ammunition belonging to the Daash east of Ramadi.
Mahlawi said in an interview, "The strength of the army and police carried out today, a search operation in Alsjarih area east of Ramadi, which resulted in the discovery of three piles of weapons and ammunition in three houses belonging to Daash."
He Mahlawi, that "those homes served as a warehouse racks and medium and light weapons, rockets and quantities too large."
The security forces managed to free zones and Sufi Alsjarih and Joabh and Husaybah east of Ramadi, while the reach of those forces clearing of improvised explosive devices and mines planted by elements of the "Daash operations"
http://samabaghdad.org/news.php?NewsID=18005

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