Iraqi security forces raise the flag over the new building Peggy Qaúmmqamih


Editor Mustafa Saad – Friday November 7, 2014 18:38
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Alsumaria News / Salahuddin
A source in Salahuddin province, the police, on Friday, that the security forces raised the Iraqi flag over the new building to Qaúmmqamih Baiji north of Tikrit after control of it, as pointed out that the current battle is the battle of engineering effort because most of the elements of the organization “Daash” fled towards the province of Nineveh.

The source said in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “The security forces are represented, led by Salah al-Din police and a counter-terrorism and rapid response and support of Army Aviation managed, this evening, from the control of the new Qaúmmqamih Peggy building near the mosque Fattah center of Baiji (40 km north Tikrit), “pointing out that” those forces raised the Iraqi flag over the building. “

The source, who asked not to be named, said: “The security forces also took control of parts of the neighborhood nationalization amid the elimination zone.”

The source continued that “the security forces, progress is slow because of the large number of improvised explosive devices and booby-trapped roads hampered,” noting that “the current battle is the battle of engineering effort rather than a real battle because of the flight of most of the elements Daash toward Nineveh province.”

What most of Salahuddin province, areas still experiencing military operations, following the full control of the Nineveh province, gunmen ago (June 10, 2014), were not as Anbar province in isolation from those events, as also seen operations to fight the militants were deployed in some areas.

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