Fallujah residents preventedthe familiesof elements (Daesh) to return to their homes and refuseto”mediations”


 

Author: AHF, HH
Editor: AHF, HH
10/29/2016 16:37
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Long-Presse / Anbar  

A source in the Anbar Operations Command, on Saturday, that the people of Fallujah city prevented thefamilies of the elements of the organization (Daesh), from returning to their homes, as they wrote antiphrases for the return of these families to their homes, said refusal to parents any mediated by tribal or religious in this regard.

The source said in an interview with (longPresse), “ The people of Fallujah reject the return of the families of the elements of the organization (Daesh) to return again to the courts and wrote antiphrases for organizing the homes of those elements of the organization.”

The source , who asked not to be named, said : The people of Fallujah , also rejected any brokered by tribal or religious to allow families that belonged one of its members with the organization (Daesh) in Fallujah and demanded deported and barred even from housing elsewhere inthe city because they were kegs of terrorism and spread the idea criminal. “

The security forces managed to free the majority of Anbar cities and major regions, the most important center of the province, Ramadi, Fallujah and largest Oqditha leaving only three districts which are still under the control of the organization (Daesh) which is based spend and seen, and his western Anbar.

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