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Iraq PM to Mosul residents: 'victory is near'

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Iraq PM to Mosul residents: 'victory is near'

Post by rocky on Wed 05 Oct 2016, 4:23 pm

Iraq PM to Mosul residents: 'victory is near'




BAGHDAD: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said "victory is near" as he pledged to recapture Mosul from extremists, in a radio address to residents of the city Tuesday.

It was the first such address by Abadi, though it was unclear how many residents of Mosul, which was seized by ISIS in 2014, heard his remarks, as the extremists have sought to limit communication with the outside world.

"Today we are close to you, and you are close to us, and victory is near, with God's help," Abadi said, according to a copy of his remarks distributed by his office.

"Today we are advancing and tomorrow we will be victorious together, and then we will work together to bring back life and services and stability to every city and village," he said.

Abadi also called for Mosul residents to cooperate with Iraqi security forces, and said that: "You are today closer than any previous time to being rescued from the injustice and tyranny and cruelty of (ISIS)."

Iraq has not announced a specific time for the start of the operation to retake the city, but various Western officials have indicated it could begin this month.

But even after the operation is launched, a coalition of heterogeneous and sometimes rival forces will have to fight their way to the city – in some cases over distances of dozens of kilometers (miles) – and then surround it before launching an assault.

The operation may also precipitate a major humanitarian crisis, with the United Nations warning up to one million people could be displaced.

Before fleeing the city, the hundreds of thousands of residents of Mosul will also be at extreme risk of being caught in the crossfire as ISIS and Iraqi forces clash, and could be held as human shields by the extremists.

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2016/Oct-04/375068-iraq-pm-to-mosul-residents-victory-is-near.ashx?utm_content=buffera78fe&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer


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