The Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (Hashd Al-Sha’abi) kicked off the second phase of their offensive to liberate the last two Islamic State bastions in east Al-Ramadi.

The military commander of the Al-Anbar operations told Sumariya TV on Friday that the Popular Mobilization Forces stormed the Albu Kanaan region, where they are currently involved in a fierce battle with the Islamic State terrorists.

Albu Kanaan and Kartan are the two remaining Islamic State bastions in the eastern countryside of Al-Ramadi that have not been liberated by the Iraqi Armed Forces.

As long as those two areas remain under Islamic State control, the imperative Jazirat Al-Khalidiyah region will not be full cleared of the terrorist group.

 

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Awaz E Haq
Awaz E Haq
2016-08-20 08:48

Daer admon.we r fedup with this cat nd rat game in syria .as we know the tribal war fare .we becoms happy on no of attackrs bkz of maximam casualties to b sustained. Rebells have three types heavy atms .tanks .tows.nd self made barell bombs with a countable manpower corresponding to govt forces; having a modern tech in hand .still over run govt defences .hihgly discouraging.

Roby
Roby
2016-08-20 22:08

you are really bad strategist Awaz