The Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) is in serious trouble inside the provincial capital (Al-Ramadi) of the Al-‘Anbar Governorate after the Iraqi Army and their popular committees entered the strategic Ta’mim Neighborhood in the southwestern part of the city.

With the Iraqi Army and their allies inside the Ta’mim Neighborhood, ISIS has their backs against the wall in Al-Ramadi; if they are unable to maintain their frontline defenses, the Iraqi Armed Forces will be in prime position to reach the provincial capital’s downtown area that has been closely guarded by the terrorist group for several months.

Currently, the Iraqi Army is pressing deep into the Ta’mim Neighborhood; however, they are facing intense resistance from the ISIS terrorists entrenched inside the corresponding buildings that lead to the Al-Ramadi city-center.

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