On Tuesday morning, the Iraqi Army’s 9th and 15th divisions liberated the village of Hajj ‘Ali after a violent battle with the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) in the Mosul District’s southern countryside.

The Iraqi Army’s liberation of Hajj ‘Ali on Tuesday will now pave the way for their forces to attack the Islamic State stronghold of Al-Qiyarah, which is located at the western bank of the Euphrates River in the Mosul District.

Following Hajj ‘Ali’s liberation, dozens of civilians poured into the village streets to greet and thank the Iraqi Army for their victory against the Islamic State terrorists.

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Eric Davis
Eric Davis
2016-06-14 18:30

Wonderful news! If sectarianism can B kept out of post-liberation context, will B an important step forward 2 ending Da’ish

jteague764
jteague764
2016-06-14 23:50

Good news. Dismantle Daesh a piece at a time working together for peace.

daeshit sucks
daeshit sucks
2016-06-15 01:35

Seems that the strict sharia rule of Daesh creates the same effect wherever the jihadists are ousted and whoever ousts them : everybody kisses the militaries, the YPG, the Peshmergas or the militias…
Morality : theocracy sucks…