“Daesh ended military in Mosul”



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Twilight News / Iraqi military commander said that the battle to regain full control of the city of Mosul, al Daesh will end within days if an attempt resistance from the militants failed.
The team said Abdul-Ghani al-Asadi commander of the anti-terrorism device in Mosul, “left little thing of the city, specifically the old city.”
He added, “in terms of the military assessment Daesh ended. We lost the fighting spirit and lost his balance and we are directing them calls to surrender or Walked death.”
The Iraqi army says the area is still under the control of Daesh in Mosul, which was a stronghold of the organization in Iraq, less than two square kilometers.
Al-Asadi said that the attempt to organize militants late Sunday to return to neighborhoods outside the old city failed, adding that the city would be restored “within a few days.”
The leading anti-terrorism battle in the densely populated narrow alleys in the old city, which lies on the west bank of the Tigris River.
It provides international US-led coalition air and ground has been going on for eight months of the campaign cover.
Militants destroyed last week’s historic Al-Nouri mosque and the minaret of humpback. It is this famous mosque, the organization’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced the establishment of the state of succession to land in Iraq and Syria three years ago. The land of the mosque is still under the control of the militants.
The army said on Monday that Iraqi forces seized control of the al-Faruq neighborhood in the north-western part of the old city opposite the mosque.
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Iraqi forces seized control of the eastern part of Mosul in January after a hundred days of fighting and began to attack the western part in February.
Iraqi army estimated that about 350 militants are trapped in the old city where mingling among civilians in dilapidated houses. The militants rely heavily on booby traps and suicide bombers and sniper fire to slow down the progress of the Iraqi forces.
He said al-Asadi said the Iraqi forces met at the Al-Farouk Street, a main street, cut off the old city and will begin to penetrate the east towards the river, adding that this is the last stage.
According to the displaced are still more than 50 thousand civilians, about half the population of the old city trapped behind the lines Daesh under food, water and medicine shortages.
According to aid organizations that organize Daesh prevent many from leaving and using them as human shields. Hundreds of civilians were killed as they fled from the old city during the past three weeks.
The organization carried out sporadic suicide attacks in parts of Mosul, with the help of sleeper cells. Launched a wave of attacks late yesterday evening in an effort to control the west of the Old City area of ​​Yarmouk neighborhood Tanak neighborhood next door.
Published Notations on the social networking sites and black smoke reports show that this smoke rising from houses and cars set on militants on fire. Witnesses said residents fled their neighborhoods.
Al-Asadi said that the attempt to control the two neighborhoods have failed and that the militants now are trapped in a pocket or two in al-Tanf neighborhood. The Reuters reporter said he was imposing a ban on western Mosul.
Will represent the end of the fall of Mosul, the Iraqi part of the Caliphate State but Daesh still control large areas of Iraq and Syria.
Leaving Baghdadi fighting in Mosul for local leaders and is believed to be hiding in the border region between Iraq and Syria. There was no confirmation of reports of Russian during the past few days that he was killed.
In Syria, Syrian forces approached democracy, a coalition led by the Kurds and supported by the United States to impose a total siege on the stronghold of tenderness organization.

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/00a3026f-b83d-468a-bdb6-517087e6af1c

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