'The heroism of our security forces was behind Daesh's defeat.'Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city and the ISIS's last urban stronghold in the country, fell into the hands of the extremists in the summer of 2014, when the group captured large swaths of northern and western Iraq.Asked how long it will take to liberate the western side of the city, al-Abadi said: 'I can't tell now, but we are capable of doing so and we will do so.'Hundreds of civilians fled from the northeastern Rashidiya neighborhood on foot as Iraqi helicopters circled overhead and fired on militants.Iraqi forces drove Islamic State militants from one of their last bastions in the eastern half of the city, while aid groups expressed concern for the estimated 750,000 people still in the militant-held west.In his weekly news conference on Tuesday, Haider al-Abadi hailed the 'unmatched heroism of all security forces factions' and public support for the operation.'Daesh has quickly collapsed and no one expected such collapse,' al-Abadi said, using the Arabia acronym of IS.
As part of President Donald Trump’s ongoing immigration crackdown, the United States wants to deport more than a thousand undocumented Christian Iraqis back to Iraq despite fears of being persecuted, tortured, and even killed for practicing their religion upon their return.It all stems from a deal that the Trump administration made with Iraq to accept roughly 1,400 undocumented Iraqis slated to be deported by U. immigration officials, even though some had been living in the country with spotless records for decades.Most of the Iraqis believe that the deal effectively amounts to a death sentence.A sickening video has emerged of Iraqi forces torturing and executing three ISIS militants.The harrowing footage, which has deeply concerned the United Nations, shows uniformed men parading three suspected terrorists through the streets of Mosul, Iraq.is the best and most serious chating and dating website 100% free dedicated primarily to date between people who are interested by the Moroccan culture.