Nineveh security: only 2% of Ayman al-Mosul under the control of “Daesh”



Monday 29 May 2017 | 11:08
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Baghdad / … the security committee in the Nineveh confirmed Monday that the remaining of Ayman al-Mosul under the control of “Daesh” space is only 2%, and while suggesting the possibility of the full liberalization of Mosul announced during the next few hours, she stressed that the organization’s defenses “Daesh” terrorist I saw large collapses as a result of tight siege by security forces.

The committee member said Mohamed Ibrahim’s “Eye of Iraq News,” that “the remaining of Ayman al-Mosul area under the control of” Daesh “is only 2%,” he said, adding that “there is a possibility to announce the release of Mosul fully in the coming hours have remaining pockets only to be processed Just”.

Mohammed explained that “the defenses of the organization” Daesh “terrorist has seen significant collapses as a result of tight siege by security forces,” pointing out that “security forces are progressing according to plans set for them and approaching every moment of the final decisive victory.”

The commander of operations are coming, O Nineveh, Lieutenant-General Abdul Amir Rashid Yar Allah announced last Saturday, the launch of the liberation of the remaining occupied neighborhoods of Mosul operations Ayman.

Said Yar God in a statement received by “Eye of Iraq News”, that “hordes of joint forces launched today to liberate the rest of the neighborhood is liberated in the right coast, where he broke into the healing neighborhood army forces and the Republican hospital and stormed the federal police forces Zndjeli neighborhood and broke into the anti-terrorism forces health district first “. Finished 2



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