BAGHDAD, IRAQ (7:30 P.M.) – The Iraqi Air Force carried out a lethal series of airstrikes over the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul on Monday, targeting the aforementioned terrorist group’s broadcasting headquarters.

According to the Iraqi Defense Minister, their air force destroyed this imperative propaganda installation in Mosul on Monday, causing severe damage to the terrorist group’s media wing.

More airstrikes are expected to be conducted in the Mosul countryside, as the Iraqi Armed Forces prepare to storm this key city in the Nineveh Governorate.

In addition to their airstrikes over Mosul, the Iraqi Air Force also carried out attacks near the border-town of Rutbah, which has been the primary target for the Islamic State terrorists over the last few days.

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Esther Perez
Esther Perez
2016-10-03 19:47

Well done Irak

Chris Bean
Chris Bean
2016-10-03 19:39

Go Anna Iraqi…

Sayed Azeem Sabzvari
Sayed Azeem Sabzvari
2016-10-03 20:43

Why always show Iraqi airforce as operating propellers ?

Amir Hussein
Amir Hussein
2016-10-03 21:30

Idk but we have F16s

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Daeshbags Sux
2016-10-04 05:05
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And Su-25!

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Daeshbags Sux
2016-10-04 05:15

Because propeller COIN aircrafts are the future of ground air support! Although I maintain that something near the YOV-10D Bronco made more poweful with a 30mm 3k-5k RPM canon, 1000-1500 shells with let’s say 6 pods of guided rockets, i.e. 2 with 32 S-5, 2 with 20 S-8 and 2 with 5 S-13, then two racks with 12 or 18 120mm guided mortar shells used as bombs. You may so buy 20 aircrafts like that for the price of a jetfighter. I can’t tell for the russian Ugroza kit but US Navy created the LOGIR for Hydra 70 rockets with… Read more »

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Flay the Daeshbags
2016-10-04 01:31

so, is Al-Amaq off the air and webs?

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Daeshbags Sux
2016-10-04 04:31

Probably not but they’ll have harder time without their studios to release quality propaganda.

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2016-10-04 18:22
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I looked it up. it was Al-Bayan that’s off the air. even more pressing for the Daeshbags, their director fled along with his family.