Al-Harbi’s media cell reports dozens of “da’ash” elements killed by air strikes


 

– 7/27/2017 6:14:00 AM30 Number of readings

 

Khandan –

The military information cell on Thursday killed dozens of elements of the organization “Da’ash” terrorist and the destruction of car bombs and warehouse, air strikes carried out by Iraqi aircraft in Tal Afar and west of the district of Hadar and south of Tel Abtah.

“According to information from the Federal Intelligence and Investigations Agency, the air force hawks have directed several air strikes,” the military information cell said in a statement.

According to the statement, “the destruction of a large warehouse of weapons and light and heavy equipment and the demolition of tunnels under the warehouse completely, killing about 40-50 terrorists and wounded others where the terrorist gangs were seen to transfer their bodies rotten to the hospital in Tal Afar in Tal Afar.”

The statement also pointed to the “targeting of a group of gangs and terrorist gangs and the killing of dozens of them and the destruction of a number of wheels carrying weapons that were located inside a forest to the west of the urban district – desert region.”

A number of terrorists, including foreign nationals, were killed in an attack on our security forces south of Tal Ibtah, “the military information cell said in a statement.

It also said that “the destruction of the headquarters of a store of weapons and ammunition was also filled with a tunnel located under the headquarters of the entire gangs of terrorist supporters and the killing of many terrorists in the district of Tal Afar.”

 http://www.xendan.org/ar/detailnews.aspx?jimare=10712&babet=71&relat=8030

 

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