Warning Daesh from the use of chemical weapons in Mosul, the US military commander confirms that the battle will be short


 

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 19:45
Warning Daesh from the use of chemical weapons in Mosul, the US military commander confirms that the battle will be short

BAGHDAD / Uz..cd Baghdadi, spokesman for the International Alliance Against Daesh in Iraq, Maj. Chris Parker, on Wednesday, that the resistance Daesh getting stronger the closer the fighting in Mosul, while UN official warned Daesh use of chemical weapons in the battle.

 

Parker said in a statement, according to the transportation agency Reuters, that “the resistance Daesh getting stronger, the more the Iraqi forces advanced from Mosul.”

While Liz Grandi, coordinator of the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq, said that “it is possible occurrence of a mass exodus, possibly within the next few days,” she said. “It is, at worst, it is likely to seek Daesh to the use of chemical weapons primitive to deal with the attack expected to Mosul.” .

While stressing the commander of US forces in Iraq, Gen. Stephen Townsend, said that “Iraqi forces are advancing on several fronts towards the local city of Mosul, capital of Nineveh province to release it from the grip of the terrorist organization Daesh.”

Townsend said, “The battle of Mosul will be shorter than the battle to liberate the Syrian tenderness from the control of the militant group” .anthy 21 / m

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