[ltr]Expectations Daash US using chemical weapons to defend Mosul[/ltr][ltr]
Nineveh - Iraq Press - May 16 / May: circulating media reports about a possible global organization Daash use of chemical weapons in Mosul, in adesperate attempt to defend his stronghold which iscontrolled by two years ago.
He predicted Brigadier Roger Noble, deputy international forces that operate on training Iraqi forces as a prelude to the battle commander ofMosul, the organization waging chemical weapons attacks in Mosul and elsewhere in Iraq.
He stressed According to the newspaper "Daily Telegraph" that Iraqi and coalition forces ,"prepared for such an eventuality." He acknowledged that " a long and difficult task" and that " the organization may resort to anything to defend it as he did against the Kurdish forces."
He added that the Nobel "What is more difficult to restore Mosul is the fortifications and tunnels, mines, which are obstacles facing the forces that would make the liberation of the city, in addition to the dozens of suicide bombers who promise them organize to defend the city."
The OPCW has warned two weeks ago of the existence of indicators "very disturbing" to the terrorist organization may be theowner of chemical weapons made by himself and that he had already used them in Iraq and Syria.
He said the Central Intelligence Agency director (CIA) last February that al Daash fighters have the ability to make small amounts of chlorine gas and mustard gas.
The head of the Iraqi Turkmen Front, MP for the province of Kirkuk in Iraq 's parliament, Arshad Salehi, had said earlier this month that the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague investigations, confirmed the use of state regulation of chemical weapons against the Turkmen in Iraq.
He explained that "an indication that the organization has the materials used in the manufacture of prohibited weapons, and has the experts to manufacture such weapons, stressing that it" has the power to carry out mass killings. "
On May 9 / May, Iraqi forces found a factory of chemical weapons continued to Daash, 4 km west of the city of Hit in Anbar province. Iraqi authorities announced that the army seized in factory refining equipment and large quantities of explosives and toxic substances, including chlorine, in addition to about 250 chemical bomb.
There were reports earlier in the takeover of the elements of Daash the centers and analytical laboratories at the University ofMosul includes materials Kemiaiahn and that the organization moved to a safe location in anticipation of air strikes bycoalition aircraft, which is what actually happened, but the strikes came after those statements, did not make sure that thepositive those strikes in laboratories and analysis centers targeting. Q ended