The Iraqi Armed Forces have liberated the Al-Sajariyah District after a violent battle with the so-called “Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham” (ISIS) on Friday evening in the eastern countryside of Al-Ramadi.

Al-Sajariyah is strategically located along the Old Baghdad-Amman Road in the Al-‘Anbar Governorate of western Iraq; its capture today allows for the Iraqi Armed Forces to inch closer to the imperative city of Fallujah.

Currently, the Iraqi Armed Forces are approximately 33 km away from Fallujah’s western district.

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James Teague
James Teague
2016-02-05 19:40

Chew up Daesh and spit them out.