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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 3, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 3, 2016

Post by rocky on Mon 03 Oct 2016, 5:54 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 3, 2016
Posted on October 3, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Hawija operations to begin in near future,  military sources say[/size]
Operations to regain control of Hawija from Islamic State (IS) militants will be launched in the near future, according to military officials. Three divisions and 11 brigades of the Iraqi army have been given the green light to sweep into eastern Shargat, where Hawija is located. The operation will be conducted from three directions. “With the help of God, after we build a bridge on the Tigris riverbank, we will be able to control the eastern side of Shargat,” said Brig. Gen. Shukr Jomaa, commander of the Iraqi army’s 73 brigade. He described the morale of IS militants on the eastern side of Shargat as “zero.” Kurdish forces have reiterated several times Peshmerga will participate in operations to regain Hawija from IS militants, saying they are waiting for an order to push out the militants. |
[size=13]Kurdistan education minister calls for teachers on strike to return to classes[/size]
Erbil: Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) Minister of Education, Pishtiwan Sadiq, called on teachers to return to classes, saying a boycott is not the solution to issues facing teachers in the region. Sadiq said during a press conference in Erbil on Sunday the ministry supports the rights and requirements of teachers in the Kurdistan Region. “We will do our best to solve the teachers’ payment issues according to the economic crisis in the region,” Sadiq said. “The issues won’t be tackled by a boycott.” Sadiq said he hoped teachers on strike would return to classes. “We are a defender of the rights of teachers,” he added.

[size=13]Kurdish official: Islamic State leaders, top commanders fleeing Mosul for Syria[/size]
Mosul: An Iraqi Kurdish media official said on Sunday that Islamic state’s top commanders, including its leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, have started fleeing Mosul for Syria, adding that as the terrorist group’s leader has ordered militants to destroy the city if defeated and forced to withdraw. “The IS commanders, including al-Baghdadi, are escaping Mosul to Syria,” Iraqi Kurdistan Democratic Party’s media director Saeed Mamouzini said. He said that al-Baghdadi has also ordered his followers to completely destroy Mosul if they are defeated in the war against Iraq’s joint military forces. “A sum of 13 IS militants, including 3 senior commanders have fled to the city of Raqqa in Syria from Mosul,” Mamouziti said. He reiterated that between 7,000 to 10,000 IS militants, a majority of them Arab nationals, are deployed in Mosul, and said, “There are 135 Danish nationals, 5 Britons and 115 Kurds among the IS militants in Mosul.”
[size=13]Iraqi Kurdistan struggling to accommodate 250,000 IDP students[/size]
Erbil: Iraq’s Kurdish government hopes to accommodate as many of the 250,000 refugee and internally displaced (IDPs) students living in the region by running two sets of classes in some 100 schools, thereby doubling the number of students studying in those institutions for the 2016 – 2017 school year. They have asked for more help from Baghdad and NGOs (non-governmental organizations) as they anticipate thousands more school-aged people to flee to the region from the Mosul area. “The KRG has provided all the humanitarian assistances to the refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs), including the provision of a second shift in 100 schools for the refugee students,” said Pishtiwan Sadiq, the minister of education for the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).

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