Scene of a US air strike long camp for (Daash) Balkierh south of Mosul17 escape of a senior leader in the (Daash) of QayyarahAuthor: HH, MSI
editor: HH, NS 10/07/2016 09:25 Number of Views: 395
Long-Presse / Nineveh
A security source in Nineveh province, on Sunday, that 17, a senior leader in the organization (Daash) escaped from the hand Qayyarah, south of Mosul (405 km north of Baghdad), after the liberation of Qayyarah Air Force Base.
The source said in an interview with (long-Presse), "The 17 leading in the organization (Daash) escaped this morning, on the one hand Qayyarah (60 km south of Mosul), to eliminate the urban, west of the city, and hand] advice, south of Mosul, following the lead of the army Iraqi and edit Qayyarah base. "
The source, who asked not to be named, said: "They are fugitives of the most prominent leaders of the organization (Daash) in southern Mosul, had arrived in the urban and] advice as those areas safer."
The Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announced on Saturday (9 July 2016), edited Qayyarah base, south of Mosul, from the control of the organization (Daash) fully, and called the people of Nineveh to "prepare to liberate their cities," and as he emphasized that the security forces "hunting Aldoaash without imperceptibly and advanced 100 km during the past few days, "he threatened to" eliminate from trying to trade with the blood of Iraqis and exploitation. "
The security committee in the Nineveh provincial council and announced, on Saturday (9 July 2016), edited Qayyarah Air Base, south of Mosul (405 km north of Baghdad), from the control of the organization (Daash) completely, while confirming that the joint forces entered the al-Qaida without fight after the escape of members of the organization.
The organization (Daash) took over the city of Mosul, Nineveh province, (405 km north of Baghdad), in (the tenth of June 2014), before extending his terrorist activities for many other areas of Iraq and is committed where "many violations" promised local and global points of "crimes against humanity and genocide."