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BAGHDAD, IRAQ (1:05 A.M.) – The pro-government “Salahiddeen Brigade” of Hashd Al-Sha’abi continued their large-scale offensive at Al-Shirqat on Wednesday after liberating seven villages at the southern outskirts of this key town.

Following a long day of intense firefights, the Salahiddeen Brigade announced the full liberation of Al-Shirqat from the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) terrorists.

With the liberation of Al-Shirqat tonight, the Iraqi Armed Forces will now turn their attention to strategic town of Hawija, which is located to the east of the government’s positions.

In addition to the liberation of Al-Shirqat, the Iraqi Armed Forces also liberated Jazirat Al-Haditha in Al-Anbar after a short battle on Wednesday morning.

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David Dalby an ISIS supporter I guess