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ISIS is taking advantage of the lack of coordination between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army to lau

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ISIS is taking advantage of the lack of coordination between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army to lau Empty ISIS is taking advantage of the lack of coordination between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army to lau

Post by rocky Sat 04 Dec 2021, 5:54 am

[size=52]ISIS is taking advantage of the lack of coordination between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army to launch its bloody attacks[/size]

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[size=45]Erbil -  The authorities of the Kurdistan region in northern Iraq announced that the death toll in the Makhmour district of Nineveh Governorate has risen to 13, in an attack attributed to the Islamic State.[/size]
[size=45]Recently, there was an escalation of attacks attributed to ISIS, especially in northern Iraq, amid warnings of security gaps due to the lack of full coordination between the Kurdish Peshmerga forces and the Iraqi army, making it easier for ISIS members to launch their attacks.[/size]
[size=45]The governor of Erbil in the Kurdistan Region, Omid Khoshnaw, announced on Friday that 10 Peshmerga forces and 3 civilians were killed in the attack that targeted the village of Khadirjija in Makhmour district.[/size]
[size=45]Khoshnaw explained that "what happened was the result of the security vacuum that exists in these areas, and for this we demand an urgent finding of good security coordination between the Peshmerga forces and the Iraqi forces, with the support of the international coalition."[/size]
[size=45]Iraqi President Barham Salih called for more security cooperation between the Peshmerga forces (the Kurdistan Regional Guard in the north of the country) and the federal army.[/size]
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Barham Salih:  Strengthening cooperation between the Iraqi army and the Peshmerga is necessary
[size=45]Saleh said in a tweet, "ISIS' attacks on the Peshmerga checkpoints in Makhmour are dangerous, and confronting them is our current urgent task." He added, "Strengthening cooperation between the Iraqi army and the Peshmerga is necessary to eliminate terrorists and provide security in the region."[/size]
[size=45]The Joint Operations Command (which is affiliated with the Iraqi Ministry of Defense) confirmed, in a statement, that "coordination continues between the Iraqi army and the Peshmerga forces in the governorates of Diyala, Kirkuk and Nineveh, and along the areas of joint security concern, and it will take wider dimensions in order to avenge the blood of the dead and inflict the terrorists."[/size]
[size=45]Relatives of one of the civilian victims of the latest attack stated that the three dead were the sons of the village chief, aged between 11 and 24 years.[/size]
[size=45]In late 2017, Iraq declared its victory over the Islamic State, after expelling the jihadists from all the major cities that they seized in 2014, while its leader was killed in 2019.[/size]
[size=45]Since then, the organization's attacks in the cities have decreased significantly, but the Iraqi forces are still chasing sleeper cells in mountainous areas and in the desert. The organization targets military sites from time to time, and these attacks have recently taken an escalating pattern, which has become a cause for great concern among Iraqis.[/size]
[size=45]A United Nations report published in February indicated that “the Islamic State maintains a large secret presence in Iraq and Syria, and is waging a continuous insurgency on both sides of the border between the two countries, with its extension over the territories it previously controlled.”[/size]
[size=45]The report said that "ISIS still maintains a total of 10,000 active fighters" in Iraq and Syria.[/size]
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