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"Waiting in Anticipation" - Peoples Dinar News Discussion 6-23-17

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The “liberation” of the city of Mosul from Islamic State will be announced in a few days, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Thursday, according to Baghdad-based Sumaria TV.

“It’s a matter of a few days and we will announce the total liberation of Mosul,” Abadi told reporters in Baghdad, according to al-Sumaria.


MrsClassy: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has announced on Thursday that Iraq will declare a full liberation of Mosul in the coming days after eight months of long and devastating war against the group, to be followed by the reconstructing of ancient sites demolished by ISIS.

“We will declare a complete control over Mosul in the coming days,” said Abadi, adding that government is working to reconstruct Iraq’s heritage sites especially, al-Hadba Minaret, and the ancient city of Hatra and Nimrud, which suffered destruction at the hands of the militant group.

The 845-year old al-Hadba Minaret was destroyed on Wednesday. Iraqi and coalition forces reported that ISIS blew up the historic mosque and minaret. The militant group claimed that a coalition airstrike was responsible for the destruction.

Abadi earlier on Thursday in a tweet described the act by ISIS as a “formal declaration of defeat” in Mosul and Iraq.

Al-Hadba minaret, a treasured landmark in Mosul, was nicknamed the hunchback by Iraqis because of its precarious tilt. The extremist group simultaneously blew up Al-Nuri mosque, the place where ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared his so-called caliphate on June 29, 2014, naming himself “caliph,” leader of the whole Islamic world, seeking to found a new Islamic regime.

Nimrud, the ancient Assyrian city 30 km south of Mosul was liberated by the Iraqi army in early November 2016, with it revealed the scale of the damage ISIS militants inflicted in 2015.

The Shiite paramilitary force of the Hashd al-Shaabi declared in late April it had fully liberated the town of Hazar, or Hatra, south of Mosul.

Hatra is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site that ISIS is said to have destroyed it.

The town is a strategic conjunction connecting the three Sunni-dominated provinces of Nineveh, Salahaddin and Anbar.

Hatra had fallen to ISIS when the group swept across Iraq in a blitzkrieg in June 2014.

ISIS militants have demolished many other ancient sites in Nineveh including Yezidi and Kakai temples and Christian churches.

Speaking to reporters in the press conference, Abadi also hinted at his recent tour to the neighboring countries including Saudi Arabia, Iran and Kuwait, saying their visit had its significance as the three countries hailed Iraq’s role in its fighting front against terror, notably the Mosul war.

The Mosul offensive began on October 17, 2016 by the Iraqi security forces and supported by the Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, Hashd al-Shaabi paramilitaries, and the US-led international coalition to defeat ISIS.


Blessed2017: That's a waiting in anticipation bird! 

I'm Expecting something good to happen as Joyce would say! Thx Mrs. Classy

MrsClassy: Haider Al-Abadi‏Verified account @HaiderAlAbadi 44m44 minutes ago

Our forces are in the alleys of Old Mosul and we will soon announce the liberation of the city and our victory over Daesh there

Haider Al-Abadi‏Verified account @HaiderAlAbadi 49m49 minutes ago

More Replying to @HaiderAlAbadi
As we fight terrorism together, we can build our country together. Our unity and our strength in the face of terrorism, we will adopt them in the development process after Daesh stage

Haider Al-Abadi‏Verified account @HaiderAlAbadi 53m53 minutes ago

We will not keep impact of gangs Daesh in Iraq, and we will build all Hedmoh in the same spirit and re-restoration of monuments and mosques that have tampered with them and we’ll remove from our monuments

Blessed2017: Keep calling it abadi, now do the formal IT'S RV TIME!!!


Revival: Iraqi forces push toward ISIL's 'last pocket' in Mosul

US-backed Iraqi forces have pushed deeper into the last pocket of Mosul controlled by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

(ISIL, also known as ISIS), as the battle for the city approaches an end after seven months of gruelling combat.

ISIL fighters have now been dislodged from all but a handful of districts in the western half of Mosul, including the Old City, where the group is expected to make its last stand, taking advantage of narrow streets and its dense population.

Mosul: Uncertain future awaits children born under ISIL rule

Brigadier General Yahya Rasoul said on Sunday the area controlled by ISIL was no more than nine percent of west Mosul, which is bisected by the River Tigris.

"It's a very small area," he told Reuters. "God willing, this is the final phase."

The Iraqi Counter Terrorism Servicestormed the Ureibi and Rifaie districts at dawn on Sunday, according to a statement from the Joint Operations Command.

At the same time, the army's ninth division and the Interior Ministry's elite Emergency Response Division attacked the ISIL bastion of 17 Tammouz.

"Daesh [ISIL] is drawing its last dying breath," the commander of the ninth division, Lieutenant-General Qasim Nazzal, told state television on Sunday. "Daesh fighters are broken and quickly retreating from fronts."

Vastly outnumbered by the forces arrayed against them, ISIL fighters are fighting back with suicide car bombs and snipers embedded among hundreds of thousands of civilians they are effectively holding hostage.

Hungry civilians eating weeds

There remains concerns about the offensive's toll on the fate of civilians still stuck in ISIL-controlled territories.

Conditions are increasingly desperate; as many are killed, other hungry civilians are resort to eating weeds.

The number of people fleeing Mosul has more than doubled to about 10,000 a day since Friday, according to Iraqi government figures.

Defence analyst and former general Jasim al-Bahadli said the strategy adopted by Iraqi commanders was to splinter the remaining fighters into smaller groups and attack them on multiple fronts to disrupt their command and control.

"By taking back all the districts surrounding the Old City, the militants will have no chance to receive any back-up or reinforcements," he said.

According to the UN, more than 400,000 people have been displaced from western Mosul about two months into the Iraqi army's battle against ISIL.

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said last week, citing the government, that 434,775 people have fled Mosul - ISIL's last stronghold - since troops launched an operation on February 19.

This brings the number of internally displaced people, since the Mosul operation started in October, to a total of 615,150 Iraqis.

According to OCHA, about 30,000 civilians have returned to their homes in western Mosul since the end of April - meaning that the number of internally displaced people from western Mosul stands at 403,490 people.

Increased ISIL attacks

​ In recent months, ISIL has stepped up its attacks in different parts of Iraq, apparently in an effort to distract attention from the ongoing US-backed campaign to remove it from Mosul in the country's north.

ISIL seized Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city, in a blitz in mid-2014.

As hundreds of thousands of civilians are still in Mosul, anti-ISIL forces have had to limit their use of aerial attacks and artillery in the city.

Nevertheless, hundreds of civilians have been killed by coalition air raids and shelling, as well as in ISIL's counterattacks.

The US-led coalition bombing ISIL positions in Iraq admitted that it carried out air raids in March at a location in west Mosul, where officials and residents say scores of civilians were killed.

According to Iraq's authorities, ISIL now controls less than seven percent of the country.


Junipermoon: None of this crap would have happened if US forces had not been pulled out.

Blessed2017: True, but God can take what the enemy meant for evil and turn to good.... beauty for ashes.

Can't go back in time of what if's, only move forward to what's to come from it.

Futuremoney: has to be an old article...9 percent of Mosul is with ISIS??? Several districts?? The old city is all that's left..




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