Sunday 14-08-2016 | 12:42:07
Secretary general of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri - XYZ
Twilight News / considered Badr bloc, on Sunday, he absolutely can not prevent the crowd from the popular participation in the upcoming military campaign to wrest Mosul of al Daash.
The MP said the bloc Adel Mansouri, in a statement reported for Twilight News, said that "those who oppose the entry of the popular crowd connector them to think well heroic acts and sacrifices of the crowd, as well as think about the fate and the honor and the lives of thousands of innocent people who Anthechm Daash terror, murder and bloodshed."
He added, "We emphasize the participation of the popular crowd in the battle to liberate Mosul and can not be prevented in any way," pointing out that "the presence of the crowd will accelerate the victory and end the battle in favor of the security services, the brave."
Mansouri and demanded "all honest people and patriots to support the participation of the crowd in Mosul and prevent cacophony that failed to prevent the crowd from participating in the liberation of Saqlawiyah, Fallujah and other areas and will inevitably fail to prevent it from investigating last strongholds Daash beloved city of Mosul."
The MP for the Badr block on "the need to prevent Turkish troops from entering Mosul, getting involved in the battle," adding that it "will adversely affect the course of events in this fateful and decisive battle."
He did not announce a timetable for the military campaign but the ongoing preparations predict an imminent attack on militants in Mosul, Iraq's second city and the largest city in the grip of Daash Iraq and Syria.
It is scheduled to Kurdish Peshmerga forces involved in the military campaign that the Iraqi government says it will end snap up the city of Daash before the end of the year.
But controversy still exists regarding the participation of the popular crowd, consisting of Shiite factions, some of which have close ties with Tehran.
The leaders of the year in the Union of Forces has told the American crowd by refusing to participate in the military campaign. They said that some factions of the crowd undisciplined have committed abuses against civilians, along the lines of what happened in Fallujah and earlier in Salahuddin and Diyala.