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Mountain Goat News Briefing for July 3, 2017

Mountain Goat News Briefing

July 3, 2017

Hi Everyone,

I bring you much news today.

The commander of the rapid reaction operations, Major General Thamer al-Husseini, had announced to “Al-Gharab Press”, on Saturday, the liberation of Al-Shifa neighborhood on the right side of the entire Mosul.

The security forces have regained control of most areas of Mosul, leaving only a few areas, where it was able to regain control of the mosque Nuri, the center of the alleged caliphate of the terrorist in Mosul. There is only a very small area in the old area where confrontations, clashes and a smaller area are under the control of the terrorist organization. Some are calling it just meters away from final and full victory. This was broadcast mid day on July 1st from Iraqi news media.

So today is Monday July 3rd. Two days later. Is the job of ISIS liberation all completed?

NO! but very close.

Today July 3rd, the Joint Operations Command has issued a new update of the old Mosul battle map showing the last of Daish's remains near the Tigris River before announcing the full rollout there.

The map showed that only the areas of Kawazin, Bab al-Shat, Qal'iyat, part of the Shahwan, the brick, and two small sections of the Corniche and the Brick Gate were left for Daash in old Mosul.

Islamic State fighters were battling to hold on to the last few streets under their control in the Old City of Mosul on Monday, in what looked like a hopeless last stand in their former stronghold.

In fierce fighting, Iraqi army units forced the insurgents back, cornering them in a shrinking rectangle no more than 300 meters (yards) wide and 500 meters long by the Tigris river, according to a map published by the military media office.

Is Iraq trying to time their Independence Day from ISIS to be July 4th too?
This is too coincidental to be just coincidence…..loo….lol…..

I wish everyone in the USA a safe and fun Independence Day.

Articles are below. As always, my comments are in italic RED.

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With the full liberation of Mosul in sight, Iraqis celebrated on Sunday.

Troops tied white banners and Iraqi flags to lamp posts and damaged buildings including the Hadba minaret, which ISIL jihadists blew up in June along with the adjoining Grand al-Nuri Mosque, as air strikes and mortars rained down nearby.

It was from al-Nuri’s pulpit that the so-called Islamic State group’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared his caliphate three years ago.

Scenes of jubilation are the prelude to a week of nationwide festivities once ISIL’s final fighters in the city are defeated. (not yet defeated)

AP News: In final stages of Mosul fight, US plays larger role

July 1, 2017


(What is the immediate urgency? Is there a timetable?)


MOSUL, Iraq (AP) — The day after Iraq's prime minister declared an end to the Islamic State group's caliphate, U.S. Army Col. Pat Work and a small team of about a dozen soldiers drove through western Mosul in two unmarked armored vehicles to warn Iraqi forces of a pressing threat: friendly fire.

The American colonel had a series of urgent face-to-face meetings with generals from the Iraqi Army, the federal police and the Iraqi special forces ahead of a major offensive Saturday morning to drive out the remaining IS positions in Mosul.

American troops are taking on an increasingly prominent role in the fight. Once largely restricted to working within highly fortified Iraqi bases, U.S. commanders now travel in and around Mosul with small teams of soldiers, sharing intelligence and advising plans of attack, revealing how the U.S. role in Iraq has steadily deepened throughout the operation to retake the country's second largest city.

The gains in the Old City bringing Iraqi troops closer to victory against IS in Mosul have also meant the three branches of the country's security forces are now fighting in closer quarters than ever before. (So the fight is not yet over, as they give us more evidence here)

Weaving in and out of civilian traffic along the city's main thoroughfares, thick plumes of black smoke from airstrikes and artillery were just visible on the horizon from Work's convoy. He explained that the new battle space and lingering communication shortcomings mean Iraqi ground troops are at increased risk of being hit by non-precision fire like mortars and artillery launched by their partner Iraqi forces.

"We're helping (Iraqi forces) see across the boundaries between their different units... just helping them understand where they are and how rapidly things might be changing." said Work.

Throughout the course of the day Work shuttled between bases, meeting with Iraqi commanders deep inside Mosul. While the U.S.-led coalition has closely backed Iraqi forces with airstrikes in a number of fights against IS, the Mosul operation is the first time U.S. troops have openly partnered with Iraqi forces on the ground within just a few kilometers (miles) frontline fighting.

"It's a very violent close fight," said Work, the commander of the 82nd Airborne's 2nd Brigade Combat Team who deployed to Iraq in January. "When the bullets aren't enough the (Iraqi) commanders want to turn to high explosives which might be mortars or artillery... so understanding where the other guy is all the time is kinda rule number one, so the lethal effect is directed at the target and not accidentally at another player that's on your team."

The various forces that make up Iraq's military have long struggled with coordination. While the Mosul operation is overseen by a joint operations command and the prime minister, forces on the ground maintain independent command structures, standards and cultures. The Mosul fight is the first time all three forces have had to cooperate in an urban environment and throughout the operation the army, federal police and special forces have faced deadly setbacks when they acted independently, allowing IS fighters to concentrate their defenses on a single front.

One of Work's stops was at a modest house in a residential west Mosul neighborhood. About a dozen U.S. troops and Iraqi soldiers were hunched over computers identifying IS targets just a few hundred meters away ahead of the next day's operation. The presence of U.S. forces at the small patrol base deep inside Mosul is a level of support that had not been authorized when the Mosul fight first began.

​Under the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis moved U.S. combat advisers closer to the fight by authorizing U.S. troops to partner with Iraqi forces at the battalion level.

The U.S.-led coalition's fight against IS in Iraq has slowly expanded over the past three years from a campaign of airstrikes carried out by coalition forces who largely stayed within heavily fortified bases to an operation with some 6,000 American troops on the ground, many operating close to frontline fighting. The evolution suggests that despite a large training program designed to generate enough soldiers to retake Mosul, Coalition officials assessed Iraqi forces lacked the tactical skills to conduct the operation without close support.

Between meetings, as Work's vehicle rolled through a traffic circle in western Mosul, he said being on the ground beside his Iraqi counterparts is essential.

"For any commander there is no substitute for seeing it with your own eyes... for talking to the stake holders who are in it making the decisions every day," he said. "ISIS has no boundaries, so our adviser network can't have any boundaries. And so part of it is getting out there daily to see it."

Work's one-on-one meetings inside Mosul come with a huge operational footprint. During his visit Friday a team of dozens of U.S. soldiers — most young men on their first deployment — provided him security and handled logistics. At each patrol base inside Mosul where U.S. troops work with Iraqi forces there can be dozens to over a hundred soldiers deployed to protect a team of just 10 advisers.

With the vast majority of Mosul retaken from IS, soldiers trained by the coalition to fight in combat are now transitioning to act as hold forces to help provide security. Even after the last pockets of the city are retaken, Work said he doesn't expect that will necessarily mean an end to the U.S. role in Mosul.

"Mosul is going to be a challenge, ISIS is going to continue to challenge the hold," he said using an alternative acronym for the Islamic State group. He said U.S. troops would continue to facilitate coordination and provide advice to security forces in Mosul just as they did during the offensive.

"We will continue to help Iraqi commanders recognize that this is what you fought for."

Deputy: The Community Peace Initiative in Mosul is ready to be activated with the Declaration of Liberation

Alsumaria News / Baghdad

A member of the Committee on Women, Family and Childhood, Rezan Sheikh Diller, said on Saturday that the women's initiative for community peace voted by parliament is ready and we are fully prepared to implement it with the announcement of the complete liberation of Mosul.

Sheik Diller said in an interview with Alsumaria News that "Mosul has undergone extraordinary social, security and political circumstances, and the experience of organizing the calling of the terrorist was a difficult experience and left great effects, we should all join our efforts to find solutions to them and address them," indicating that "the feminist initiative for community peace, The parliament is ready and we are fully prepared to implement it with the announcement of the complete liberation of Mosul. "

(I did not print the rest of the article, as it was very long and repeated itself)

NATO: Our support for Iraq goes beyond the phase of liberating Mosul

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the liberation of the city of Mosul from a staunch terrorist.

“When [Dahsh] is defeated and Mosul is liberated, then we need Iraqi forces capable of creating the right conditions for stability, peace and development,” Stoltenberg told a news conference on Thursday evening after the conclusion of the meeting of NATO defense ministers.

“We believe that the role of NATO in Iraq goes beyond the liberation of Mosul and the defeat of [Da’sh] and we are now working to help the Iraqi authorities in the development of security institutions.”

He stressed that military operations in Iraq were always aimed at defeating Da’ash.
Security forces are battling the last battle stations to regain control of the city of Mosul, the main bastion of Daish in Iraq since mid-2014.

Mosul is the second largest city with a population of 2 million before it fell.


Journal July 2, 2017

The commander of the federal police team too Raed Jawdat, said the commander of the armed forces, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, is to announce victory edit Mosul from the event site, (What event site? They tell us in the next article. Please read it.) revealing a central ceremony will take place on this occasion with the participation of all the security forces that have contributed to this brilliant victory.

Tomorrow ... the celebration of liberation of Mosul on the stage of the National Theater

(PM Abadi will appear during this celebration and make the formal announcement we have been waiting for. When is this celebration? It is to be held Monday 7/3. At least this is the targeted date but I don’t think ISIS will be completed by then and Abadi may miss this date too)

BAGHDAD / Tomorrow 's Press:

Announced the Department of Cultural Relations at the Ministry of Culture, on Sunday, for the establishment of a celebration of national songs on the stage of the National Theater, on Monday, marking the liberation of Mosul and the victories achieved by the security forces.

The department said in a statement : "Tomorrow 's Press", a copy of it, that "received a celebration of National Music, will be held on the stage of the National Theater, on Monday, under the Nineveh logo win and under the auspices of the Minister of Culture Faryad Raondzi, on the occasion of victory and the liberation of Mosul."

" The ceremony Sthieddih Iraqi singer unique place, at seven o'clock on the evening of tomorrow." She noted that the "general call for everyone to attend the victory ceremony of liberation of Mosul."

This celebration was not the first of its kind to achieve victory over Daesh terrorist and liberation of Mosul, but was preceded by several celebrations of the security forces and youth gatherings, which came out yesterday in the streets of Baghdad to celebrate the liberation of Mosul.

Deputy poses a new initiative to settle the dispute between Baghdad and Kurdistan

Sumerian news/Baghdad

Ask a member of the parliamentary Finance Committee on Kurdistan Massoud Haider change block Monday, a new initiative to settle the dispute between Baghdad and Kurdistan, noting that the proposal would be an important gateway to dialogue and to resolve all other differences. (yes- pass the HCL)

Haider said in the interview for alsumaria news "it is necessary to find my Government Baghdad, Erbil and exits to the problems and overcome the State of apathy", suggesting "make Kurdistan total 17% of Iraq's total oil exports that exceed three million barrels a day for the Federal Government in Exchange for payment of Government dues territory provided the federal budget for the current fiscal year.

"The parties have agreed to activate this proposal will be an important gateway to dialogue and to resolve all other outstanding differences in years to achieve the desired results and that serve all parties," adding that "there is an escalation and cramped parking between Baghdad and the region, with a State of tension and apathy talks after the failure of previous rounds of effective and realistic solutions to outstanding problems, resulting in adverse effects pay-citizen especially regarding salaries late territory several months ago."

"The continuing state of apathy and alienation and convulsions will not serve any party and would benefit the enemies of the country and the people in General and especially Kurdistan," adding that "there is a clear and concrete development in security and military file after the victories achieved by the security forces and the troops of provoking her chock edit to many areas of Iraq, notably the Organization of the terrorist stronghold city of Mosul ISIS."

Haydar stressed that "those military file developments require quick movements political and economic files to solve problems especially between Baghdad and the region."

Relations between Baghdad and Erbil tensions because of continuing differences over the political, economic and military files, while the Baghdad and Erbil down their desire to resolve outstanding problems.

Barzani: Kurdistan Region Seeking Independence Through Peaceful Means

Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani received on Sunday the Dutch Ambassador to Iraq Jan Valtmans and his accompanying delegation.

During the meeting, a range of topics were discussed, including bilateral relations between Kurdistan Region and Netherlands and the country’s role in the fight against the Islamic State (IS) and its military assistance for the Iraqi and Peshmerga forces.

The Dutch ambassador stated that his country is concerned about the future of the liberated areas in Iraq and the public services for the people.

Barzani thanked Netherlands for its role in the battle against terror and its support for the Peshmerga forces. He noted that the post-IS era is sensitive, explaining that if the factors that led to the rise of IS persist, serious issues will emerge.

The pair also shed light on the future of Iraq, and Barzani mentioned the factors that forced Kurdistan Region to step towards referendum for secession from Iraq. (So what are these factors? I will try to explain them to you. As I have said before in my newsletters, the main point of contention between the GOI and the Kurds is the selling of surplus oil. What is surplus oil? It is the oil pumped and sold beyond what is needed to meet the GOI budget. Kurdistan says its their oil and as long as they meet the needed goals of the budget, they should be free to sell this surplus oil and keep the revenues to themselves. The GOI (government of Iraq) contends that this oil does not belong to Kurdistan but to the entire nation and the revenues of it should be shared by the entire country (I am not talking about revenue sharing at this this point). So the GOI is basically saying they can not pump excessive oil with permission from the GOI. So when they do the GOI holds back the payment of the 17% revenue sharing to Kurdistan. This 17% if for pumping costs such as pipelines, equipment, contractor labor, etc.. So if the Kurds don’t get their share, then the contractors don’t get paid. Many of these so called intel “gurus” simply don’t understand the situation and say all this does not matter. I say it does since one of the mandates put forth by the IMF in the last Stand-By Agreement was for all these kinds of foreign debts to be paid up and to work out ways to have these payments on a regular scheduled timeframes and on-time. This is also why Mnt Goat keeps saying that they need the HCL passed in parliament and need it now. What you may not remember is about a year ago Kurdistan and the GOI signed a new oil agreement. This was to allow Kurds to sell surplus oil and keep the revenues. This was done mainly to help pay for the war with ISIS. Now that Kirkirk oil is pumping the GOI is taking another look at this agreement. So in short, these side agreements don’t work out in the long run. They simply never do. They need HCL!)

Barzani reiterated that Kurdistan Region’s people are seeking to achieve independence and secure their rights through peaceful means.

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Their words not mine…..No Rumors, No Hype, Just the FACTS!

Auf Wiedersehen
Much love to ya all,
Mnt Goat



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