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Tags: Battle of Mosul will be less effort from Ramadi and Fallujah battles

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Tags: Battle of Mosul will be less effort from Ramadi and Fallujah battles

Post by rocky on Mon 11 Jul 2016, 3:52 am

Tags: Battle of Mosul will be less effort from Ramadi and Fallujah battles






Saw a security expert and strategic Abdul Karim Khalaf, said the battle to liberate Mosul will be less effort from the battles that freeing debtors Ramadi and Fallujah , during which in Anbar province.  
He said behind it is difficult uprising occurred against Daash terrorist in Mosul as the terrorist gangs do not tolerate the use ofarms, but he also was expecting the existence of competent officers in Mosul and great leaders do not want to destroy the city 's infrastructure and exposed areas at risk, and when the armed forces closer to the walls of Nineveh , there will be military action from the inside to support joint forces

http://samabaghdad.org/news.php?NewsID=29777

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