Iraq's major operation in birthplace of ISIL radical insurgency

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Tuesday, 22 July 2014


Iraq-army-al-Anbar-ISILIraqi army forces backed by thousands of volunteers and tribal fighters have launched a major offensive against militants from the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Anbar province.

He added, “Army and police forces have made headway with support from the tribesmen, and more than 98% of Ramadi has been cleared.”

This is while Iraqi Christians are fleeing the northern city of Mosul after ISIL terrorists threatened to kill them unless they convert or pay a protection tax.

In a separate development, a series of car bombs rocked the capital Baghdad, causing casualties.

The deadliest explosion ripped through the southern Shia neighborhood of Abu Dashir when a bomber blew up an explosive-packed car at a checkpoint, killing nine people including four policemen.

At least two dozen people including six officers sustained injuries in that attack.

Crisis in Iraq escalated after ISIL terrorists took control of Mosul, in a massive incursion on June 10.

The United Nations said in a new report on Friday that more than 5,570 people have been killed and over 11,600 others wounded in Iraq since January.

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Iraqi military sources say the army troops conducted the massive military attack on the al-Karma district near Fallujah city to clear the area of ISIL terrorists.

Karma is one of the closest districts to the capital Baghdad that had fallen into the hands of militants.

This comes after army commanders said Iraqi troops have made fresh gains on several fronts.

"Vigorous military operations are still underway in Anbar's cities against terrorist gangs, among them ISIL, which are trying to control Anbar and shed the blood of innocents,” media outlets quoted the army commander in Anbar, Lt. Gen. Rasheed Flaih, as saying.

He added, “Army and police forces have made headway with support from the tribesmen, and more than 98% of Ramadi has been cleared.”

This is while Iraqi Christians are fleeing the northern city of Mosul after ISIL terrorists threatened to kill them unless they convert or pay a protection tax.

In a separate development, a series of car bombs rocked the capital Baghdad, causing casualties.

The deadliest explosion ripped through the southern Shia neighborhood of Abu Dashir when a bomber blew up an explosive-packed car at a checkpoint, killing nine people including four policemen.

At least two dozen people including six officers sustained injuries in that attack.

Crisis in Iraq escalated after ISIL terrorists took control of Mosul, in a massive incursion on June 10.

The United Nations said in a new report on Friday that more than 5,570 people have been killed and over 11,600 others wounded in Iraq since January.

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