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Pictures .. What he left behind Daash under Sinjar

Post by rocky on Sat 05 Mar 2016, 3:14 am

[ltr]Pictures .. What he left behind Daash under Sinjar?[/ltr]

 Since 03/04/2016 23:38 pm (Baghdad time)
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[ltr]The newspaper "Daily Mail" British revel in the video report from the underground tunnel network set up by the organization Daash in Sinjar in northern Iraq was found recently after he regained Peshmerga city forces, while security sources said that the network set up outlets for the escape of the militants organization confirmed while trying to avoid strikes alliance. 
The report indicates that the Peshmerga forces retook the majority of the Yazidi city, discovered tunnels in the month of December last. 
The paper shows that those tunnels dug deep into the ground, where it is believed that some of the rooms are located at a depth of 30 feet, allowing the fighters of the terrorist organization hiding from air raids, and move freely under the ground. 
And bridge the report, that with the discovery of a tunnel about 70, the Iraqi and Kurdish forces remain concerned about the presence of more of them in other parts of the debtor. 
And supplying paper quoted head of the municipal council Luis ultra say that "there is a tunnel under every alley and street, and any public building still exists," and added that the organization Daash "dig many of the tunnels, to the point that it destroyed the infrastructure of Sinjar."[/ltr]
[ltr]The report states that "these tunnels remain in a serious case, and there are fears that the rest of the maze of tunnels to be mined," pointing out that what made the discovery more surprising, is that the organization has extended Daash power cords to spend.[/ltr]
[ltr]The report also pointed out that the Peshmerga forces found the electricity cables inside the tunnels, triggering many of the concerns that some of them contain explosives and heavy weapons. 
And draws the paper that this news comes at a time when the coalition, led by the United States, to carry out more raids against al Daash in both Iraq and Syria, where the United States and its allies by 21 raid on Tuesday against al Daash, according to what was confirmed by a statement from the coalition , including 14 raid in Iraq, they focused on the two cities which are controlled by the organization, Mosul and Fallujah. 
The report states that the alliance allegedly hit two units Tktikitin, and a facility producing manufactured bombs manually, and the three cars used Daash, and other targets, pointing out that it was launching other raids, near Ramadi, Sinjar, Qaim and Albouhaat and Peggy Habbaniyah, according to the coalition statement said. 
The newspaper notes that the alliance launched seven raids in Syria, near the four cities, a squint and tenderness and Almenbj and pasture, and has several targets hit, including the headquarters of the organization Daash, five tactical units and Two buildings. 
According to the report, the terrorist organization Daash trying to regain territory lost by near rich oil fields in Baiji and Tikrit, recaptured by government forces in March / March 2015. 
And stamped "Daily Mail" report with reference to the organization Daash used suicide bombers from Morocco, Libya and Iraq, in a triple attack on government forces and the popular crowd, near Samarra.[/ltr]
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