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The killing of 60 terrorists, including the governor of Forensic Daash north of Fallujah



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The killing of 60 terrorists, including the governor of Forensic Daash north of Fallujah

Post by rocky on Sat Feb 20, 2016 8:49 am


The killing of 60 terrorists, including the governor of Forensic Daash north of Fallujah

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[Where - Baghdad] 
security forces killed 60 terrorists, including the so-called [the legitimate governor] of terrorist gangs Daash areas north of Fallujah in Anbar province.

A statement by the Baghdad Operations Command, received by all of Iraq [where], a copy of the "security forces continue operations in the purge of Albu record Setup area and the vine and Nazim division and cracking down on the enemy, where he managed to kill 19 terrorists, including the so-called prefectural forensic and nine of his aides, and the destruction of two wheels, two boats and killed them, and destroy the detachments mortar killed prepared. " 
He added that" the strength of the brigade 41 managed to kill 40 terrorists and the destruction of two and six boats two wheels and killed them, and the dismantling of 60 of an explosive device, and Katyusha rockets, and two places of the leaders Daash terrorist, in Alzorh within the region boycotted the Samarra operations. " 
The statement pointed out that" an engineering battalion field squad rapid first intervention, I managed to terrorist killed, address 30 of an explosive device within boycotted the west of Baghdad, the responsibility, "noting that" the strength of the brigade 23 was able to address the three houses bomb and five explosive devices in Mnari area, south of Baghdad. "

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Re: The killing of 60 terrorists, including the governor of Forensic Daash north of Fallujah

Post by fonz1951 on Sat Feb 20, 2016 9:04 am

Local tribesmen have reportedly clashed with fighters from the so-called Islamic State (IS) in the IS stronghold of Fallujah in western Iraq.
Government sources told the BBC that the tribal fighters set fire to a building used by the militants.
The source said 10 IS militants and five tribesmen had died in the clashes that followed.
Issa al-Issawi, the exiled mayor of Fallujah, said that more tribesmen were joining the fight against IS.
Reports said the violence involved men from multiple tribes and IS members known as al-Hisba, who are responsible for enforcing religious strictures in the city.


"Clashes took place between sons of the al-Mahamda and al-Juraisat tribes against the al-Hisba group," Mr Issawi told AFP news agency.
He said the violence stemmed from tensions over increasingly difficult living conditions while Fallujah is besieged by Iraqi security forces.
Sheikh Majeed al-Juraisi, a leader in the al-Juraisat tribe, told AFP the clashes were part of an uprising against IS fighters in the city and called on the government and security forces to help.
Reports suggested the tribesmen had seized parts of the north of the city, but later ceded the ground back to IS jihadists.
Fallujah, which is about 50km (30 miles) west of Baghdad, has been held by anti-government forces since the beginning of 2014 and is now one of two Iraqi cities still under the IS group's control.
IS militants launched a sweeping offensive in June 2014 that overran large areas north and west of Baghdad, but security forces and allied fighters have pushed the jihadists back with support from US-led air strikes.

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