Over 30 ISIL militants killed in Iraqi army airstrike

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Friday, 12 September 2014

More than 30 ISIL Takfiri militants, including a senior member of the terrorist group, have been killed in an Iraqi army airstrike in the city of Fallujah.

The Iraqi Defense Ministry said in a statement on Thursday that dozens of the Takfiri terrorists were also injured in the strike.

"The Army Aviation in cooperation with military intelligence killed the war minister of ISIS known as Syrian Abu Abd al-Rahman al-Shami and a number of his bodyguards, as well as the destruction of 6 vehicles accompany him in a strike of the Army Aviation in Fallujah," the ministry said in the statement.
Iraqi forces are now advancing in the western Anbar Province, pushing the Takfiri militants further back.

Earlier this week, the Iraqi Defense Ministry called on the residents of Barawana in Anbar to return home. The army recently managed to retake the area from the ISIL terrorists during a two-day operation.

“The armed forces finished dismantling the last improvised explosive devices the terrorists left behind before they fled,” said army commander in Anbar Lt. Gen. Rasheed Flaih, adding, “We are now calling on residents to return home and return to their business safely and freely.”

Iraq has been fighting the ISIL terrorists since they took control of Mosul on June 10. The terrorists currently control parts of eastern Syria and Iraq’s northern and western regions.

They have committed heinous crimes and threatened all communities, including Shias, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians and Izadi Kurds, during their advances in Iraq.

The terrorist group has links with Saudi intelligence, and is believed to be supported by the Israeli regime.

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