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  1. RIP Fidel

    سلام I do love him for his brave resistance. We lack inspiring faces like him these days. One who fights for freedom, Independence, honor. God bless him
  2. :salam:,

    Brother where are you, you haven't written since july 31.

    Inshallah is everything fine.

     

    Ahmed

     

     

    And be aware that people fall under one of two categories: they are either your brother and sister in faith, or they are your counterpart in humanity.”


    ― Imam Ali bin abi Taleb

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    2. ElAhmed

      ElAhmed

      :salam:

      Well its all about the Battle of Mosul.

    3. Mahdi Mortezapour

      Mahdi Mortezapour

      Why Iraq defeats ISIS faster than Syria while Iran and Russia and Hizbollah are helping syria?

    4. ElAhmed

      ElAhmed

      the only terrorism in Iraq is ISIS, and in Syria there are lot of groups. While Iraq  has one 1 enemy to defeat, syria has many to defeat

  3. Iraqi Armed Forces

    Salam It seem Iraq is much more successful than Syria in fighting ISIS and I guess the reason is Unity between Government and People. And I heard this news which really made me Happy! Iraqi Hashd al-Shaabi to be granted official status: PM Thu Jul 28, 2016 4:54AM Home Middle East Iraq Fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units flash the V-sign as they patrol a street in recently-liberated city of Fallujah, June 28, 2016. ©AFP The Iraqi government says Hashd al-Shaabi forces, also known as the Popular Mobilization Units (PMUs), are to be placed on par with Iraq's army units and subject to military law. The statement from Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, released on the English-language PMUs Twitter feed, touched on the important role played by the group in seizing back territory from Daesh. The statement stipulates that “politics” would be banned within PMUs, which comprises various Iraqi sects, assisting army soldiers in battles against Takfiri terrorists. “Members of the Hashd who are part of this body are to have no links to any political, party political or social framework,” the statement said. A spokesperson for the Popular Mobilization Units said the change would put the forces on par with the elite Counter-Terrorism Forces. “We are now under command of the prime minister's office currently held by Haider al-Abadi,” the spokesperson pointed out. Iraqi pro-government Popular Mobilization Units fire rockets from the village of al-Azraqiyah towards Daesh positions in the city of Fallujah, on June 4, 2016. ©AFP The Popular Mobilization Units has played an important role in seizing back territory from Daesh terrorists, and together with Iraqi army troops and tribal fighters managed to recapture the strategic western city of Fallujah late last month. The report comes as the Iraqi military and its allies are preparing to launch a large-scale operation and liberate the northern city of Mosul, which Daesh has proclaimed its headquarters in Iraq. Mosul fell to Daesh Takfiris early in the summer of 2014. An offensive launched in 2015 to retake Mosul came to a halt after Daesh militants overran the city of Ramadi, which is the capital of the western province of Anbar and about 110 kilometers (68 miles) west of Baghdad. Ramadi was liberated in December 2015. On June 18 this year, Iraqi forces launched an offensive against Daesh terrorists to retake the southern part of Mosul, one day after they retook Fallujah. The forces aim to ultimately recapture the entire Mosul. The northern and western parts of Iraq have been plagued by gruesome violence ever since Daesh terrorists mounted an offensive in the country in June 2014. Iraqi government forces, backed by fighters from allied Popular Mobilization Units, have been pushing the militants out of the country’s territory.
  4. Mosul to be Liberated

    Daesh leaders, families fleeing Mosul: Iraqi minister Sun Jul 31, 2016 12:31PM Home Middle East Iraq Iraqi Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi (AFP photo) The Iraqi defense minister says some Daesh Takfiri commanders have fled Mosul in northern Iraq as the army and allies push forward to liberate the city form the grip of militants. “A number of ... leaders (of Daesh) in Mosul, they and their families sold their belongings and withdrew towards Syria,” Khalid al-Obeidi said late Saturday. The official, who was speaking to Iraqiya state television, said some Daesh commanders and families sought to infiltrate into Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region, located north and east of Mosul. Iraq is preparing for an offensive into Mosul, the country’s second largest city which fell into the hands of Daesh in the summer of 2014. The city is the last remaining bastion of Daesh in Iraq as the military and allies have managed to retake key towns and villages from the militants over the past months. Iraqis managed to recapture the city of Fallujah, west of the capital Baghdad, in late June. The city was a main hub of Daesh militancy in Iraq and its liberation boosted hope for Iraq’s final push toward Mosul. Iraqi women and children, who have fled the towns of al-Shirqat and Qayyarah, are transferred to a camp for displaced people on July 27, 2016, as the Iraqi forces prepare for battle to liberate the northern city of Mosul from the Daesh terrorist group. ©AFP Earlier reports had suggested that Daesh was relocating many of its militants from western and northern Iraq into neighboring Syria. In an exclusive interview with Press TV on Friday, Obeidi commended Iran Iran’s “continuous support” for Iraq in its war against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, noting however that only Iraqi forces would participate in the liberation of Mosul and the Iraqi government would not allow any foreign country to intervene in the operation. Obeidi criticized Turkey for sending its troops to Iraq, warning of a war greater than the one against Daesh if Turkey do not draw its forces from northern Iraq. “The presence of Turkish troops in Bashiqa obstructs the observations to liberate Nineveh. This is a fact. When Prime Minister [Haider al-Abadi] warned of a war greater than the war on Daesh, he made his statements based on information he had,” he further said. “If Turkish troops intervene, then the city of Mosul and the province of Nineveh will become an arena for regional conflicts and this is what the premier predicts. Therefore, I second his opinions,” Obeidi added. The northern and western parts of Iraq have been plagued by gruesome violence ever since Daesh began a campaign of terror in the country in June 2014, when they overran Mosul and declared it their so-called headquarters in Iraq. The Daesh terrorists have gained notoriety for their barbarity, heinous atrocities and sacrilegious acts. The militants have been accused of committing gross human rights violations and war crimes in the areas they control in Iraq and neighboring Syria.
  5. I hate my hijab

    Salam Maybe By mentioning it here she wants to share her feeling with us and the least human act we can do is to hear her story and help her, not bothering her. Being a born a Muslim has negative points, one is you never doubt in your belief. The Faith comes after Doubt. If you never doubted. then it is not true faith, It is a tradition you are following..
  6. Mosul to be Liberated

    Iraqi army has killed 1,300 militants in Mosul operation City of Mosul will be retaken within a year from Daesh, Iraqi defense minister says 25.06.2016 Fatma Bülbül Ankara world, middle east Iraqi Defense Minister Halit el-Ubeydi (C) By Idris Okuducu, Hemn Baban MOSUL, Iraq Iraqi Defense Minister Halit el-Ubeydi said that more than 1,000 militants were killed during operations to recapture the south of Mosul. "According to the Prime Minister's statements and military officials' predictions, the city of Mosul under Daesh control and other regions will be retaken within a year," El-Ubeydi said in a press conference in Mosul on Saturday. The minister said that 1,300 Daesh militants were killed by Iraqi army during the operations. On June 18, Iraqi forces launched an offensive against Daesh terrorists to retake the south of Mosul and Qayara field, one day after recapturing the western city of Fallujah from Daesh. Army officer Lt. Gen. Mohamed al-Askari told Anadolu Agency last Saturday that the offensive aimed at retaking Qayara, south of Mosul, from the Daesh group. “The operation aims to recapture Qayara, which is an important area due to the presence of a military base there,” he said. Iraq has suffered a devastating security vacuum since mid-2014, when Daesh overran Mosul and large swathes of territory in the northern and western parts of the country. According to the UN, more than 3.4 million people are now displaced in Iraq - more than half of them children - while more than 10 million are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. *Anadolu Agency Correspondent Fatma Bulbul contributed to this report from Istanbul.
  7. Iran official language

    Farsi as the Arabic pronunciation of Parsi. Persian is English pronounciation of Parsi Iran is the current name of the country. Pars is old name of country. Iranian=Persian. (nationality) Farsi=Persian (language). I wish this help many who are confused with our terms!
  8. Challenge to Muslims

    Salam So next question?
  9. Challenge to Muslims

    The attributes of God is divided among the three, one is merciful, one is eternal ,... Most people just don't get it! even big top monks say its a mystery we cannot understand, we just accept it. if I am not mistaken, in bible its said that Abraham is son of Father, Moses, Jesus, ...all sons of Father.
  10. Challenge to Muslims

    Salam Its like Egg, It has yolk, white and shell. but these three are all called egg. Its like water, it can be liquid, it can be ice, it can be steam, but in all these three conditions water is water. Its like human, we have soul, mind, body, and the three of these is called human. we cannot talk to God directly, so we should do it through Jesus. It all goes into Jesus and by him we can connect to God.
  11. 'Shia's have massacred innocent sunni's in Iraq'

    Salam All problems you are dealing with Iran solved through its first 10 years after revolution, You can do it faster by studying Iran's history at that time. Iran created "Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution", Alongside Regular Army and mixed all those groups in one, under one commander. All acting under leader's command. when He said that? Iran is powerful in Military because of "Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution" and Basij, not regular army, It's a onetime chance, a bless from Allah, that people are gathered for true Jihad. If Iraqis ruin this situation again they will remain miserable and more war will be coming. They need an army of believers not traitors. NATO and Saudi Arabia Fear an Powerful Iraq and Syria, They would have nightmares if a Iraq remodels its army like Iran, because they know how this model has kicked their ass all these years. The important point about IRGC is they are made to prevent a Coup from army and protect the government. This is not about making a branch of Iran military in Iraq, not at all, This is about blooming potential of Iraqis and Iraq. NATO and Saudis are investing on a huge propaganda to picture it upside down! They say PMF will take down the Government if it follows Iran model! http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2016/03/why-cant-the-hashd-be-like-the-revolutionary-guard-in-iran-iraqi-militia-commander-says.php A militia commander was even quoted stating that the PMF wishes to model itself after the IRGC: “We want to be a third power in Iraq,” alongside the army and police, al-Jazaeery [the commander of Saraya Khorasani] said. “Why can’t the Hashd be like the Revolutionary Guard in Iran?”
  12. Is there any doubt left of Assads crimes?

    Salam I guess this topic has been completely discussed and we are just repeating and repeating. It's become useless and boring. Most of Syria is under control of enemy. Kurds are acting on their own, NATO has increased his presence in area and they are looking for plan B after collapse of ISIS. So lets talk about something new.
  13. Fallujah to be Liberated

    He is born in Mashhad and he is Iranian no doubt in that. Some Years ago, In Iran some people were saying Imam Khomeini is Arab, and since Iranians have a common dislike for Arabs for many reasons, like Attacking Iran all through the history since Umar to Saddam, It was an excuse to break peoples unity, and lower his popularity. Arabs don't like Iranians, so the same story for Ayatollah Sistani, many Arabs won't follow him, or say Iranians want to rule over Arabs... this type of stuff breaking unity Regarding this assumptions what is your analysis?
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