Acknowledging defeat in Mosul and establish a temporary headquarters for the “State of the Caliphate”


 

Editor Duraid Salman – Friday 30 June

Nineveh
A local source in Nineveh reported on Friday that the “da’ash” acknowledged the loss of the battle of Mosul, indicating that the organization justified his defeat by “hit and run” and identified a temporary headquarters for what he called “the state of succession.”

The source said in an interview with Alsumaria News, “The organization of Daedh admitted suddenly loss of the battle of Mosul during a speech delivered by the most prominent commander Abu Bakr al-Bara al-Musali in the center of Tal Afar,” noting that “a declaration of defeat despite the repeated denial of the fall of Mosul in the hands of the joint security forces and published Video clips talking about the continued presence in the vicinity of the mosque Nuri. “

The source, who asked not to be named, said that “Al-Musli is the assistant of Wali Tal Afar justified a loss in his brief sermon, the battle of Mosul in the cold and escape in the war,” pointing out that “Tal Afar has become the temporary headquarters of what he called the state of the Caliphate.”

On Thursday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the end of what he called the “state of false pretense” coinciding with the control of the security forces on the lighthouse al-Hadbaa, while he vowed to pursue the last element of the organization “Daash” in Iraq.

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