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ISIS update 69\2015.. no plan?

Tuesday, June 9, 2015 13:43
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(Before It's News)

One year of ISIS and Obama still has no plan

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Defense official: Iraq forces recapture parts of Baiji

Najaf secures its borders with Anbar, Saudi Arabia

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Syria الحسكة‎ Hasakah National Defense Forces Storming Electrical Substation held by ISIS

Syria’s foreign-backed opposition groups announce new alliance

Monitors Says Syrian Regime Dropped More Barrel Bombs On Aleppo

Lebanon – Hezbollah Repelling ISIS offensive attempt @ Ras Baalbek

Hezbollah repels ISIL attack close to Syria border

Syrian opposition meets in Cairo to work towards a crisis solution

Source: 10 Key Areas Recaptured from ISIL in Anbar

The Iraqi army continued to make gains in its fight

against the ISIL in the Western Anbar province, retaking ten key areas

from the Takfiri group, a military source said.


Ministry of Defense issued a statement on Tuesday, saying the army

troops backed by volunteer forces inflicted major losses on the ISIL in

the town of al-Karma, West of Baghdad, and recaptured ten strategic

areas from the terrorist group.

The statement added the areas of al-Hamrah,

Ma’sekar, Aboudlaf, Albu Aabbas, al-Malali and Jazirah were among the

districts cleared of the terrorists in the operations.

The retaking of the districts has effectively cut

off ISIL’s supply lines into Ramadi, the capital of Anbar, which is

currently under the control of the militants, it further added.

The latest development came after the Iraqi army liberated the strategic town of Nazim Tharthar North of Anbar province.

According to the latest reports, the Iraqi army is now heading towards Nazim Taqsim town, 20 kilometers from Ramadi.

Hadi al-Ameri, the secretary general of Iraq’s

Badr Organization, said, “Iraqi fighters are currently 500 meters from

the town and they will keep closing in as soon as a bridge damaged by

the terrorist is repaired.”

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists currently control

shrinking swathes of Syria and Iraq. They have threatened all

communities, including Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Ezadi Kurds

and others, as they continue their atrocities in Iraq.

Senior Iraqi officials have blamed Saudi Arabia,

Qatar, and some Persian Gulf Arab states for the growing terrorism in

their country.

ISIL has links with Saudi intelligence and is believed to be indirectly supported by the Israeli regime.

EXCLUSIVE: Syrian Air Raids Kill over 50 Terrorists in Idlib

More than 50 terrorists, including 7 high-profile

commanders, were killed after Syrian warplanes targeted al-Nusra Front

positions in Idlib.


to reports by FNA dispatches, the Syrian fighter jets launched their

heaviest air raids yet on al-Nusra targets in the Northwestern province

of Idlib on Monday, leaving more than 50 militants dead and 115 others

seriously injured.

The reports also said that at least seven senior

commanders of the terrorist group were also killed in the strikes,

adding that Osame Ben Torki and Seyfeddin Torkestani were among the dead


On June 7, the army troops took back three

villages almost two kilometers (one mile) South of Hasakah after driving

out the al-Nusra terrorists.

Syrian forces, backed by volunteer forces, also

stymied an attempt by the terrorist to infiltrate a village in

Northeastern Hasakah.

Earlier in the day, the Syrian soldiers stormed

the ISIL hideouts in the Northern and Eastern countryside of Aleppo and

Homs, forestalling the terror group for launching further attacks

against the Arab country.

Elsewhere in Syria, the Takfiri groups suffered

major losses in the areas of al-Salamiyah, Umm Taweenah, Zanouba, and

Rasm Al-Qadisiyah, after the army troops made gains in their battle

against the ISIL terrorists in Eastern Hama.

Also, more than 200 ISIL terrorists participated

in a major operation in an attempt to take over Deir Ezzur’s military

airport on Sunday, but the Syrian troops managed to drive them out,

forcing them to flee the battlefield.

At Least 15,000 Fresh Volunteers Join Iraqi Shiite Militia to Counter ISIL

Some 15,000 residents of Southern Iraq have joined

the Shiite militia Hashd al-Shaabi to fight against the ISIL terrorist

group in the country, a local security official told media Tuesday.


least 15,000 volunteers from the Dhiqar province and the capital city

of Naseriah have joined the Hashed al-Shaabi gunmen and will take up

arms against the ISIL,” Naman Ibrahimi, a representative of the

province’s security committee said, as quoted by the Kurdish media group


Hashed al-Shaabi, or Popular Mobilization Units,

is an Iraqi state-sponsored umbrella organization composed of several,

almost exclusively, Shiite militias with up to 100,000 members.

The ISIL group seized large parts of Iraq and

Syria in 2014. On May 17, the ISIL took control of Ramadi, the capital

of ISIL-dominated Western Anbar governorate, some 70 miles West of


Hashed al-Shaabi militiamen, along with the Iraqi

Army and police, took part in the fight for Ramadi. The militia was also

deployed in Baghdad to protect the Iraqi capital from a possible ISIL



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