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The Iraqi army is on the brink of defeating
Islamic State. The battle has raged for months, now. but “the government
must move fast if it is not to squander its victory.”
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The Iraqi army is on the brink
of defeating Islamic State
Mosul, the last stronghold of ISIS
in Iraq, is on the Verge of Falling to the Iraqi Army
The Daily Walk with Miracles, March 7, 2017, by Paul Evans, (email email@example.com). Visit Paul on Facebook, or read a quick status update, about Paul Evans here on The Daily Walk with Miracles. Ladies, I am very much “single and wishing.” Main source is Beating back the caliphate: The Iraqi army is on the brink of defeating Islamic State, The Economist, March 8, 2017 by The Economist (register Free to view 3 articles a week): “But the government must move fast if it is not to squander its victory.” Video is U.S.-backed Iraqi forces push to drive ISIS out of west Mosul, CBS Evening News on YouTube — 2:07.
IN A series of lightning advances over the past few days, Iraq’s army has seized control of most of western Mosul, the last redoubt of Islamic State (IS) in the country. On March 7th, a day that may have marked a turning point, army units took Mosul’s main government complex, as well as the city’s famous antiquities museum and about half of the old city. The airport had fallen a week or so earlier, and all roads in and out of the city in which the leader of IS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared his “caliphate” in June 2014 are firmly in government hands.
In the command centre responsible for the eastern half of the city, which was liberated in December, Brigadier Qais Yaaqoub was jubilant. “They are in full collapse now,” he said. “When an army breaks it happens very quickly. Within a week or two, this will all be over.” He may be speaking prematurely, but probably not by much. The liberation of west Mosul, started only last month, has proceeded much faster than expected. That said, the last part of the fighting could be a lot more difficult. IS clings on in the oldest parts of the city, where streets are narrow, making it hard to manoeuvre vehicles and increasing the risk of ambushes and civilian casualties. However, tens of thousands have been able to make their way to safety.
However, see If this battle for Mosul ends in defeat for Isis, we shouldn’t feel too optimistic about what comes next, The Independent, March 3, 2017, by Patrick Cockburn:
At one time the caliphate ruled territory with a population of five or six million people, where it sought to establish a truly Islamic State (ruled with Islamic Sharia Law). It is this dream – or nightmare – that is now being shattered. But the groups who fought Isis may soon be fighting each other….
See The Next War for Iraq, TIME, no date, by Yuri Kozyrev: A revealing look inside the country’s fight with ISIS—and itself.
The Battle Between Iraq and ISIS
for Control of the City of Mosul
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