Crisis in Iraq
The latest news and views about the crisis caused by Takfiri terrorism in Iraq and the country’s war on terrorists
According to local witnesses, the ISIS terrorist group has dug a fiery moat around Iraq's northern city of Mosul in a bid to hinder advancement of Iraqi forces after the ceasefire collapsed in the war-torn region.
An ISIS commander known as Abu Wathba al-Saudi has been reportedly killed in an armed attack in the Iraqi city of Mosul, local sources said.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Islamic Republic will always stand by the Iraqi government and nation in the fight against terrorism and help protect the holy shrines in Iraq.
Iraqis are expressing hatred and disgust against the UK-made fake bomb detectors, which have failed to curb many ISIS terrorist attacks in Iraq, especially the most recent one in Karrada that claimed the lives of 250 civilians.
ISIS militants have been placed on alert after some unknown individuals raised Iraq’s flag at the centre of a market in the ISIS-held city of Mosul.
ISIS terrorist group (also known as ISIS or ISIL) claimed a triple suicide attack on Thursday evening near a Shiite mausoleum north of Baghdad, which killed at least 35 people and wounded 60 others, according to Iraqi security sources.
Iraqi and Kurdish authorities updated Western media on hoards of weapons and money stockpiled in Mosul by ISIS terrorist group in a bid to make the city a safe haven against Iraqis’ attack.
A senior Iranian commander has hailed recent victories by the Iraqi government and nation against Daesh terrorists, stressing that Saudi Arabia has no right to interfere in Iraq’s internal affairs.
The Iraqi Army’s 9th Armoured Division imposed full control over the Makhoul Mountains in the northern countryside of the Salaheddine Governorate on Friday, putting an end to the ISIS presence at a place described by military experts as Gate of Mosul.
As Iraqi and Syrian forces are fighting to repel ISIS terrorists from major cities like Fallujah in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria, a senior Iraqi military commander predicts that the group will once again appear in a stronger version in future.
The Italian premier says history will commit Ayatollah Al-Sistani’s benevolent stance to its memory.