Khandan – British military sources revealed that the task of the special Paratroopers (known as SES) was behind the assassination of Ahmed Fadel Hayali Vice organizing “Daash” terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, pointing out that eight soldiers were on the ground in pursuit of their goal.
The sources of the newspaper (The Star on Sunday) near the British military circles, that the London band sent this to Mosul after receiving intelligence information about the visit Hayali, a former officer in the disbanded Iraqi army, to towns under the control of the organization.
The plan was to erect a military ambush the motorcade and the kidnapping of Hayali alive, especially as concerns Saortha the impact of any air strike on civilians in the town of Mosul, but Hayali quickly left the town, and asked the British band an air strike on his car after Talaha laser to be a phenomenon of the pilot from above, Indeed, it is revealed that there are close to an American fighter in the air, it took over the implementation of the raid and killed Hayali successfully.
According to the same newspaper, the British band watched Hayali own on the ground for days by enabling them to his car plating material laser, and identify his movements.
The newspaper quoted British defense source described the operation as “an important coup for (SES) and a strong slap to Daash.”
Escalatory step in to the protesters in Baghdad, he decided to go out in a demonstration tomorrow in front of the Supreme Judicial Council to demand the resignation of President of the Council Medhat al-Mahmoud.
And Ovva to news sources, the demonstrators decided to go out at 11 o’clock tomorrow morning, in the area west of Baghdad Harthiya, to demonstrate in front of the Supreme Judicial Council.
The protesters demand the resignation of Mahmoud aim of independence of the judiciary and reform, and confront corruption and the corrupt
It is worth mentioning that Baghdad and several Iraqi provinces witnessing demonstrations to demand reforms related to the fight against corruption and reform of the Iraqi regime, which prompted Prime Haider Abadi, the Iraqi government to launch a package of reforms.