Iraqi Prime Minister Haïder al-Abadi has announced the start of the battle of Mosul. The mass of the Atlantist Press is rejoicing about the coming liberation of the city, currently occupied by Daesh. In reality, the Iraqi army is only acting as a facade in this conflict. The real firepower belongs to the Coalition led by the Pentagon, followed by the anti-terrorist units (Special Forces) directed by the Prime Minister, and finally by the Shia, Kurd and Sunni militias.
The Iraqi army is sending thousands of soldiers to a northern base for operational training to retake Daesh’s hub city of Mosul, officials said on Monday.
Haider Abadi announced start of military offensive to reclaim the city of Fallujah occupied by Daesh.
Iraqi armed forces are advancing on the outskirts of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, occupied by Daesh, media reported Thursday.
The Iraqi Army is all set to liberate the city of Mosul, which has been controlled by Daesh terrorists since June 2014, Iraqi Media News agency reported, citing a senior military commander.