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Syrian army accuses U.S.-led coalition of creating safe route for IS in Mosul to Syria



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Syrian army accuses U.S.-led coalition of creating safe route for IS in Mosul to Syria

Post by rocky on Wed 19 Oct 2016, 6:07 am

Syrian army accuses U.S.-led coalition of creating safe route for IS in Mosul to Syria
Posted on October 19, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Islamic State, Mosul

Islamic State militants. Photo: IS media

[size=31]DAMASCUS,— The Syrian army accused “backers of international terrorism” of plotting to secure “safe routes” for Islamic State (IS) militants in Mosul to flee Iraq for the war-torn neighboring country during military operations by Iraqi forces to evict the terrorist group from the northern Iraqi city.[/size]
[size=31]A statement from the General Command of the Army and the Armed Force on Tuesday read that the US and its allied countries, above all Saudi Arabia, are carrying out a “malicious scheme” to provide “safe routes for the groupings of IS terrorists who are reeling under the Iraqi army’s strikes in Mosul – Iraq’s second largest city – to cross the border into the Syrian territory.”[/size]
[size=31]The army warned that any attempt to transgress Syria by the militants would be deemed as “an attack on the sovereignty of the Syrian Arab Republic.”[/size]

[size=31]“The aim of providing such corridors, is to provide protection to the terrorists on the one hand and boost the terrorist presence inside the Syrian territory on the other hand in a bid to impose a new military reality in the eastern region in the direction of Deir Ezzor, Raqqa and Palmyra,” the statement added, as quoted by Syria’s official SANA news agency.[/size]
[size=31]Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Tuesday that coalition forces should prevent Islamic State militants from fleeing to Syria from Mosul. Abadi, the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, said in a statement broadcast on state television on Tuesday that “it is the duty of Coalition forces to cut the route Daesh [IS] militants [will use] to flee to Syria.”[/size]
[size=31]The Kurdish and Iraqi forces launched mass operation on Monday to retake Mosul city from the Islamic State group which seized it more than two years ago.[/size]
[size=31]Many IS militants have reportedly fled to Syria and deserted the battlefield in the face of the furious attack launched by Kurdish and Iraqi forces early Monday.[/size]

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