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British report: Mosul bloody battle kicks off next week

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British report: Mosul bloody battle kicks off next week

Post by rocky on Sun 09 Oct 2016, 4:24 am

British report: Mosul bloody battle kicks off next week

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Twilight News / to the Sunday Times report said he expected the start of the Battle of Mosul, the long-awaited, next week, as "US President Barack Obama wants to draw a decisive blow to Islamic militants before he leaves office in January."
The report spoke of concerns about a "humanitarian catastrophe" anticipated, since the regulation militants dug trenches and minefields processing and poured oil in the water channels to light fires around the city where there are a million people.
The newspaper quoted Vali Nasr, dean of the Johns Hopkins University and former adviser in the Obama administration, saying that "the battle of Mosul would be bloody and lead to large numbers of refugees, which would increase the suffering and the tragic situation in the region."
The report certainly concluded that the loss of Mosul will be a blow to the "Islamic state," but it will not be the end, where he still has a stronghold in the Syrian city of Raqqa.
It said it might be difficult to defeat because the insurgents had deployed amid citizens.

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