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Daesh necessary elements of the implementation of the mass killings before leaving Mosul

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Daesh necessary elements of the implementation of the mass killings before leaving Mosul

Post by rocky on Tue 11 Oct 2016, 2:50 am


Daesh necessary elements of the implementation of the mass killings before leaving Mosul


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Militants, officials said in response that Daesh planning to face the onslaught of Mosul acting mass killings and widespread destruction of the historic city. Where they have been ordered to destroy the city as much as you can in case they could not withstand the Iraqi forces.
Sources said Daesh prepares to fight by using new methods such as digging tunnels into the connector as well as the laying of mines in most areas and the creation of suicide bombers.
The new commands sent by Daesh Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the fighters urging them to defend as much as possible and if they can not, they should escape after execute mass killings and widespread destruction. Also, Daesh leaders are leaving the city and the fighters move artifacts and money and valuables out of the city, and also left the foreign fighters, leaving the defense of the city to a mixture of local and Chechens. The estimated number of Iraqi officials Daesh fighters in Mosul, about five thousand fighters were busy creating defenses such as digging tunnels and a trench full of oil ready for ignition, as they believe that the smoke will make it difficult for coalition pilots to provide support to Iraqi forces.
In the south of Mosul, where Iraqi forces are progressing for the Liberation of the villages, the fire ignited by extremists in the oil fields causing the escalation of plumes of smoke, which added to the destruction of residential areas destroyed by air raids and artillery shelling and mortar fire and rockets.
Also, the people of Mosul are living very bad conditions due to lack of food and medicine in addition to being arrested and murdered by Daesh fighters because of their refusal to cooperate with the group. He says fleeing Almedinh- mostly women - that extremists forced young people to join them, and only face a murder.
After the attack lasted for months in Anbar province, Iraqi forces seized a large number of villages around Mosul, but they are still struggling to get a toehold before launching the main attack on the city, Valabboat devices slow down movement as well as resistance Daesh including mortars and suicide attacks.
As the Kurds budget deficit after the huge contraction in oil revenues is one of the obstacles, but the US envoy Brett Mcgork succeeded in August to broker a deal to share revenues between the central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government.
And helped deal in the continuation of the negotiation between the two parties on the deployment of troops in preparation for an attack of Mosul, was the founding of a joint operations room between them and agreed Peshmerga not enter Mosul during the final attack, the two sides also agreed to allow Iraqi security forces to use the area controlled by the Peshmerga far east and north of the city.
He says the governor of Kirkuk, Najm al-Din Karim said the two governments are reshaping build relationships and melt the ice between them. Adding, "The visit of regional president Massoud Barzani to Baghdad, a good start to prepare for the process of liberalization of Mosul." Another obstacle is still waiting for a solution, a shortage in the number of Iraqi security forces, says analyst Emily Onanustos, from the Institute for the Study of War, "The Iraqi security forces are deployed in all parts of Iraq because Daesh and security issues in the provinces attacks, and that the constant Daesh in attacks north and west Furthermore, the country's capital, Baghdad aimed troops occupancy and reduce its ability to restore the cities. "
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