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ISIS update 8\17\2015..Iraq puts Maliki in hot seat over ISIS takeovers

Monday, August 17, 2015 11:20
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Iraqi Vice-President Nuri al-Maliki underlined that the fall of the city of Mosul was the result of the plots hatched by Turkey and Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government.

“The fall of Mosul was the result of the plots hatched in Ankara and Erbil,” Maliki said, addressing a press conference in Tehran on Monday.

Asked about the inclusion of his name in the list of persons responsible for the fall of Ramadi by the Iraqi Parliament’s Investigation Committee, the vice-president and former prime minister said, “The members of the investigation committee are at odds over political issues and the committee has lost its practicality.”

He said political differences have caused the committee to lose track of action and fail to see the underlying causes of the fall of Ramadi.

“The veracity and truthfulness of the investigation is also in serious doubt,” al-Maliki continued.

Since ISIL’s invasion of Iraq and its rapid capturing of Mosul last August, the fall of Ramadi has been the biggest defeat of the Iraqi forces in their war against ISIL; a defeat that killed the increasing momentum of the Iraqi popular forces’ chain of victories in different battles against the Takfiri terrorists.

On Friday, Iraqi Vice-President Osama al-Nujaifi disclosed that over 2,000 people have been executed by the ISIL Takfiri terrorists in Mosul since the group occupied the city in June of 2014.

Local sources said that the ISIL authorities have released the names of 2,000 Mosul residents who were executed by the group to issue death certificates for the victims.

Al-Nujaifi urged the Iraqi government to take serious steps to liberate the province and free the people.

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists currently control shrinking swathes of Syria and Iraq. They have threatened all communities, including Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Ezadi Kurds and others, as they continue their atrocities in Iraq.

Senior Iraqi officials have blamed Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and some Persian Gulf Arab states for the growing terrorism in their country.

The ISIL has links with Saudi intelligence and is believed to be indirectly supported by the Israeli regime.

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Syria in Past 24 Hours: Air Force Destroys Terrorists’ Supply Routes in Idlib

The Syrian air force destroyed the supply routes of the terrorist organizations in the countryside of Idlib.

The Syrian warplanes launched precise airstrikes on the positions and the supply routes of the Takfiri terrorists in the villages of Mhambel, Marj al-Zohour, Qaqour, Orum al-Jouz and Jisr al-Shughour in Idlib, destroying them.

Tens of Jeish al-Fath terrorists were killed and their vehicles loaded with machine guns and other weapons were destroyed in the air strikes.

Also in the past 24 hours, the Syrian army repelled the attacks by Jeish al-Yarmouk (the Yarmouk Army) terrorist group on the city of Daraa in Southern Syria on.

Jeish al-Yarmouk militants were trying to sneak into the Palestinian Refugee Camp of Daraa city after launching massive mortar attacks on the city, but the Syrian troops pushed them back.

Military sources said the terrorists attacked Daraa from the Southern and Western wings.

Tens of Jeish al-Yarmouk terrorists, including a notorious commander, Hassan Mohammed Mansour al-Salih, were killed in heavy clashes with the army.

Meantime, the Syrian army repelled ISIL’s attempt to take control of a key military airport in the Eastern countryside of Aleppo after inflicting heavy casualties on the Takfiri terrorists in the clashes.

The army units opened heavy fire on the Takfiri terrorists in the surrounding areas of Kowaires Airport, and pushed them back.

Early reports said at least 60 terrorists were killed and scores of others were injured in fierce clashes that lasted for around three hours.

The ISIL terrorists have besieged the Kowaires airport for over 2.5 years now, but the airport itself is under the Syrian army’s control. The Syrian army’s helicopters supply foodstuff and other needs to the Syrian troops defending the airport.

The Kowaires Airport is strategically important because it is considered the frontline of the Syrian army in the Northern parts of the country near the borders with Turkey.

Elsewhere, the Syrian army and the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance forces started fresh military operations against the foreign-backed militants in the city of Zabadani and seized back new areas from the Takfiri terrorists.

The army units and the resistance forces took back several districts in the Western parts of Zabadani.

The Syrian army and the resistance forces’ military operations in Western Zabadani came after the Takfiri terrorist groups violated their ceasefire with the army and the Hezbollah troops in the Northwestern parts of Syria on Saturday after they fired mortar shells at two towns in Idlib province and killed several civilians.

Also, the Syrian army made a strong drive against the militant groups in Western Ghouta in the countryside of Damascus, killing tens of Takfiri terrorists and injuring dozens more.

The army units inflicted heavy losses on the foreign-backed terrorists in Daraya in Western Ghouta as the Syrian troops intensified their attacks on the militant groups in Damascus.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more injured in heavy clashes with the army in Daraya.

The Syrian army is trying to prevent terrorists’ mortar and missile attacks on the capital Damascus by purging terrorists from Daraya.

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