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Iraq Conflict 2014 [Breaking News Only]

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BAD NEWS: 

HIC @HI_Centre · 40 seg 

ISIS fighters may have captured advanced radio equipment that encrypts communication.

READ FULL STORY:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2014/06/16/advanced-radios-captured-by-iraqi-insurgents-could-spell-trouble/?Post+generic=%3Ftid%3Dsm_twitter_washingtonpost

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From Israel

 

Ynetnews @ynetnews · 44 seg 

Israel concerned about any US-Iran cooperation in Iraq - 

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I remember being on Umrah a few years go when the US was hitting falujah during ramazan. The sunnis and shias were united. Mukhtadar al sadar joined in and all the Iraqis started fighting the us. Then some uk s a s were arrested in basra wearing arab cloths implementing a policy of divide and rule. the uk army then stormed the prison to free then. Then sastani had a bright idea and came to the uk under the pretext of a medical operations and said give me power and I will give you my support. I remember Mukhtadar al sadar and hassan nasrilla saying DONT. Don't divide and rule. No said Sistani I want power. So the policy of divide and rule worked. And now we have all this.  

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@AlArabiya_Eng 1m
#BreakingNews Senior Iranian official says “military cooperation was not discussed and is not an option”


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JUST IN:

 

PzFeed Top News‏@PzFeed·32 secs 
BREAKING: Obama sends letter to Congress, advising up to approximately 275 U.S. Armed Forces personnel are deploying to Iraq

 

@ZekeJMiller 1m

Breaking: Obama sends War Powers Res letter to Congress, informing them 275 U.S. military personnel deployed to protect Embassy Baghdad


@mawilner 55s
BREAKING: Approximately 275 US troops deployed to #Iraq "equipped for
combat," ordered by POTUS
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NEWS ON TEL AFAR

 

Elijah J Magnier @EjmAlrai · 53 seg 
#Iraq forces are still trying to fight in the base. Helicopters are supporting the base w/o much possibility of outcome and resistance. 2/

Elijah J Magnier @EjmAlrai · 1 min 
#BreakingNews: 
#ISIS managed to occupy #TalAfar city. Only the military base is still fighting. 1/

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I could remember a few years ago both the Iraq and the Syrian Baathist were deeply anti Islam secilarists. While I used to see al makaki walking into the brothals in London. Now some how the Iraqi Baathists have become the ISIS and the Syrian Baathists  are a part of hisbullah. They are just playing off Muslims against each other so that these few could gain power and retain power and disgracing islam.

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These wars have been going on for thousands of years, greek - Persian wars  then roman Persian wars. The borders remain the same, the people remain the same only the year changes 2014 BC, 2014 AD

Some times Syria was Roman and other times Iraq was Persian

They hated each other so much that even Imam Ali could not stop them from fighting each other

Shia sunni business is just a continuation of these old wars. It has nothing to do with Islam.


According to the Prophet when Muslims fight Muslims, you don't get involved. The Quran also says that if a Muslim kills a Muslim they go to hell. What Muslims need now is a person like Imam Hassan, the peace maker. Not people like Bashar al Assad, king Abdullah and al Maliki. It was only because Imam Hassan made peace that Islam survived. Even Muawiya said to Hassan if we fight today there will be no Islam left and there will be no Muslims left. So they made peace and Hassans forces and Muawiyas forces then joined up and laid siege to the Roman capital Constantinople for 4 years. Imam Hussein was also in Constantinople. While the Romans were busy defending Constantinople the Muslims took North Africa and then later moved into Spain and France.   

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Iraqi Sunnis flock to recruiting centers to fight back ISIL

http://en.alalam.ir/news/1603353

At leat 300 ISIL militants killed in Iraq's Tal Afar

http://en.alalam.ir/news/1603362

Egypt Fatwa Center prohibits Muslims from joining ISIL

http://en.alalam.ir/news/1603316

Iraqi Volunteers Answer Ayatollah Sistani's call to defend their country:

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I remember being on Umrah a few years go when the US was hitting falujah during ramazan. The sunnis and shias were united. Mukhtadar al sadar joined in and all the Iraqis started fighting the us. Then some uk s a s were arrested in basra wearing arab cloths implementing a policy of divide and rule. the uk army then stormed the prison to free then. Then sastani had a bright idea and came to the uk under the pretext of a medical operations and said give me power and I will give you my support. I remember Mukhtadar al sadar and hassan nasrilla saying DONT. Don't divide and rule. No said Sistani I want power. So the policy of divide and rule worked. And now we have all this.  

 

I could remember a few years ago both the Iraq and the Syrian Baathist were deeply anti Islam secilarists. While I used to see al makaki walking into the brothals in London. Now some how the Iraqi Baathists have become the ISIS and the Syrian Baathists  are a part of hisbullah. They are just playing off Muslims against each other so that these few could gain power and retain power and disgracing islam.

 

Hilarious. Have you considered doing stand up? Or maybe a radio show at least? Your ratings would go through the roof and you'd be the biggest star in the comedy world.

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Benjamin Harvey ‏@BenjaminHarvey · 1m 
Incredible -- Turkey orders full media blackout on all news about captives taken by #ISIS in Mosul: [link to www.rtuk.org.tr]


@RichardEngel: Systems are coming apart. #Iraq's biggest oil refinery, Baiji, has been shut down. foreign staff evacuated

 

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Iraq crisis: fighting moves closer to Baghdad as Iraq's biggest oil refinery shut down Nearly 300 American forces positioned in and around Iraq, Barack Obama tells Congress, as overnight Isis attack on Baquba - just 37 miles from Baghdad - repelled

 

 

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U.S. Is Exploring Talks With Iran on Crisis in Iraq

 

 

 

A senior American diplomat met with his Iranian counterpart in Vienna on Monday to explore whether the United States and Iran could work together to create a more stable Iraqi government and ease the threat from Sunni militants.
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Rami ‏@RamiAlLolah 5m
#Qaem border crossing fully controlled by tribe fighters. No single #Maliki soldier around.. #Iraq #Syria #ISIS

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Tribal fighters aligned with Syrian rebels kick ISIS and Iraqi government forces out of their town Qaem 


Iraqi students in Diyala university leave campus in fear of ISIS invasion

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccZS8ylpmzU


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JUST IN: Rudaw English ‏@RudawEnglish 1m

Rudaw correspondent: Kurdish forces clashed with #ISIS in Malla Abudlla village west of #Kirkuk.

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BREAKING!

 

Rudaw English ‏@RudawEnglish 3m

Kurdish top commander Mahmoud Sangawi accuses the Iraqi army of betrayal by attacking Peshmerga forces near Sadya. #iraq

Rudaw English ‏@RudawEnglish 2m
Kurdish top commander Mahmoud Sangawi: We assisted 4th battalion of Iraqi army against ISIS, but later they attacked Pesh by mortar.

Rudaw English ‏@RudawEnglish 2m
Kurdish top commander Mahmoud Sangawi: Iraqi army also attacked peshmerga forces by helicopters neary Sadya.

Rudaw English ‏@RudawEnglish 1m
#Kurdish top commander Mahmoud Sangawi: Kurdish leadership prevented Peshmerga forces from taking revenge of #Iraqi army.


interior headquarters Tikrit - Stormed by ISIS/Tribes, no sign of any officers or soldiers

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRP6X5gZXR4&app=desktop


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Rudaw English @RudawEnglish · 20 seg 

#Iraqi official confirms that the town of Tel Afar has fallen to the insurgents and thousands of people have fled. #twitterkurds



Rudaw English @RudawEnglish · 32 seg 

Iraqi official confirms to Rudaw that contact has been lost with the commander of Nineveh operations commander in Tel Afar. #iraq

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1. it is not my news

2. it is the latest development

3. Tal Afar city has completely fallen

4. Tal Afar military airbase is still under government control 

 

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The arrival of 1,200 special forces at "#TalAfar" which will be the launch pad for the Liberation of #Mosul :-) pic.twitter.com/F41ut1Jt8t


#BreakingNews ''''''''' #Iraq-i Special Forces arrived to #Talafar and engaged in house to house attack against #ISIS in #Talafar


Yesterday I read Tel Afar was liberated by the Iraqi army. Has the ISIS managed to wring the city back from army's control?

that was propaganda, the same people feeding lies to the Iraqi high command, they probably lied to maliki and told him everything is fine in tal afar until ISIS captured the whole town then they thought it was urgent to send reinforcements which only got there today

 

the operation is still ongoing, 

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ANKARA – Iraqi forces backed by Turkmen vigilante groups regained control in some areas of the Turkmen-majority city of Tal Afar following violent fighting with militants led by the self pro-claimed Islamic State of Iraq and Syria militants, according to a Turkmen tribal leader.

"Special forces backed by local police and Turkmen tribal fighters managed to expel ISIS militants from many regions in Tal Afar," Haydar Ali Joulaq, leader of a Turkmen tribe in the city, told Anadolu Agency.

Five ISIS militants were killed, several others were wounded while others started to withdraw from the city, according to Joulaq.

"The Iraqi flag was hoisted on several police stations in the neighborhoods cleared of ISIS militants," Joulaq added.

ISIS captured the Turkmen-majority city of Tal Afar on Monday and Iraqi Army forces withdrew from Tuz Khurmatu with no appointment of replacement Peshmerga forces (Kurdish fighters) made to defend the city while ISIS forces stopped short of two kilometers outside the city.

Turkmen from Tuz Khurmatu in Northern Iraq have taken up arms on Tuesday to deter militants from ISIS attacking the city.

The minority Shia Turkmen community from Tuz Khurmatu, which lies south of northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk, fear that Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants will attack their town and kill its residents, said Turkmen fighters commander Arjomend Mali.

Mali told the Anadolu Agency that "an estimated 1500 youths from the town have arms, and are taking turns day and night to guard the town."

"We found ourselves forced to take up arms since there is no Iraqi Army nor Peshmerga forces," he added.

Mali said that Turkmen in the region of Dakuk and Bashir village, in the Kirkuk district, also remained without protection in the face of ISIS militants.

The Tuz Khurmatu Turkmen are supported by the Iraqi Turkmen Front, led by Ershad Salihi.

"Turkmen have the right to use weapons to protect themselves and they will do so," said Iraqi Turkmen Front Leader during a press conference attended by armed Turkmen fighters on Monday.

Salihi said that necessary measures should be taken immediately as the developments in Iraq were heading toward a sectarian war.

"None of the sides will come out in victory," he said. "Iraqi people have suffered, but Turkmen have been the most negatively affected by the recent developments in the country."

- Sectarian division weakens the Iraqi Turkmen

Sectarian divisions amongst Turkmen comes on top of the reasons why Iraqi Turkmen-majority areas are easily seized by ISIS militants, the leader of the Iraqi Turkmen Front in Tal Afar, Kassem Kara, told Anadolu Agency.

Kara said that Tal Afar, which has 200 thousand Turkmen residents, 60 percent of whom are Sunni Muslims and 40 percent who are Shia Muslims, fell easily in the grip of ISIS militants after the Iraqi Army withdrew, because " the Turkmen there, were unable to overcome their sectarian divisions and unite around a common goal."

He said that Shia Turkmen of Tal Afar have taken refuge in areas controlled by the Kurdish Peshmerga forces, while the Sunni Turkmen resorted to Mosul, which is currently controlled by ISIS militants.

Kara explained that Tal Afar Turkmen "gave greater importance to their sect more than nationalism, which has led to divisions between the central government in Baghdad and the Kurds, and this situation causes a weakening of the Iraqi Turkmen Front."

Kara also called on the Turkish government to pay greater attention to Tal Afar, saying, "We expect help from Turkey, there is no other country that stands beside the Turkmen. We asked for assistance from Turkey, but it has not yet arrived, and the situation of the people is very bad."

- Barzani meets Peshmerga leaders 

Kurdish Regional Government Prime Minister, Massoud Barzani, held an urgent meeting on Tuesday with Peshmerga forces' leaders and security leaders in the region, to discuss the necessary measures to cope with the potential threat of ISIS, according to a statement in the Kurdish Regional Government presidency website.

Peshmerga and security leaders briefed Barzani on measures they have taken to defend ISIS militants in northern Iraq and the border region.

Barzani gave instructions to the leaders to be "constant vigilant in the face of potential danger" and urged them to protect the lives of families who have fled from the hot spots to the region in the past few days due to the ongoing clashes. 

"Our duty is to stand by the families fleeing from their region dominated by ISIS militants, and who have been displaced and who seek our protection," read the KRG statement.

ISIS, which already had control of parts of Syria, has extended its reach into Iraq since June 10, when it seized Iraq's second-largest city Mosul and soon afterwards took near-complete control of the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit.

Iraq has seen a marked increase in sectarian violence between Sunni and Shia Muslims in recent months, which the Iraqi government blames on ISIS.

http://www.dailysabah.com/mideast/2014/06/17/iraqi-forces-recapture-isis-positions-in-tal-afar

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ISIL takfiri member wearing womens clothes 

 

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He looks more like a tranny, and there are many of them, from the Iraqi army dressed up as a woman for play. Are you sure?

ISIL takfiri member wearing womens clothes 

 

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He looks more like a tranny, and there are many of them, from the Iraqi army dressed up as a woman for play. Are you sure?

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17/06/2014 Tal Afar civilians fleeing to Kurdish North after Government forces begun a military operation using helicopters to kick ISIS from the town.


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#Iraq; initials reports have stated that #ISIS-occupied areas in #TalAfar have been freed. Helicopters took part in the liberation.

 

Rami ‏@RamiAlLolah  1h

Two children died; many others injured after #Maliki hilcopters bombarded estern neighborhoods of #TalAfar. #Iraq #ISIS


BREAKING

 

Baghdad Invest ‏@baghdadinvest  1m

Supplies and reinforcements arrive at #TalAfar and were received by Gen. Abu Waleed #NO2ISIS pic.twitter.com/7RqyJJ5spi

 

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He looks more like a tranny, and there are many of them, from the Iraqi army dressed up as a woman for play. Are you sure?

 

 

#Iraq; ISF have captured 9 #ISIS terrorists trying to escape #TalAfar dressed in women's clothes. Iraq is being invaded by cross-dressers.

 

ISIS have been caught in Syria by both FSA and SAA dressed up as women, its no surprise in Iraq. Filthy inbred scum this ISIS are right Abu Maslum?

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17/06/2014 Tal Afar civilians fleeing to Kurdish North after Government forces begun a military operation using helicopters to kick ISIS from the town.

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#Iraq; initials reports have stated that #ISIS-occupied areas in #TalAfar have been freed. Helicopters took part in the liberation.

 

Rami ‏@RamiAlLolah  1h

Two children died; many others injured after #Maliki hilcopters bombarded estern neighborhoods of #TalAfar. #Iraq #ISIS

BREAKING

 

Baghdad Invest ‏@baghdadinvest  1m

Supplies and reinforcements arrive at #TalAfar and were received by Gen. Abu Waleed #NO2ISIS pic.twitter.com/7RqyJJ5spi

 

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#Iraq; ISF have captured 9 #ISIS terrorists trying to escape #TalAfar dressed in women's clothes. Iraq is being invaded by cross-dressers.

 

ISIS have been caught in Syria by both FSA and SAA dressed up as women, its no surprise in Iraq. Filthy inbred scum this ISIS are right Abu Maslum?

Seems like propaganda. I remember the Egyptian army claiming the same with the Muslim brotherhood members. Also why would ISIS flee Tal Afar when they are in control of it?

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Seems like propaganda. I remember the Egyptian army claiming the same with the Muslim brotherhood members. Also why would ISIS flee Tal Afar when they are in control of it?

 

They're no longer in control of the full town, there are skirmishes and clashes near the town center. 

 

this was earlier today

 

the military operation is ongoing, thousands of civilians have fled government bombardment and the ISIS are retreating

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He looks more like a tranny, and there are many of them, from the Iraqi army dressed up as a woman for play. Are you sure?

He looks more like a tranny, and there are many of them, from the Iraqi army dressed up as a woman for play. Are you sure?

 

My dear brother/takfiri, this is the truth of the rats. These people are cursed, and by the will of Allah, they'll lose. 

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I have mentioned this before multiple times, but I will do so again.

 

Before posting pictures, at least do a reverse image google search on them.

 

That picture of someone wearing pink womens' clothes has been around on the internet since 2013

https://www.flickr.com/photos/kurdistan4all/11224805495/

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MASSIVE NEWS!!

 

Link In German: http://www.n24.de/n24/Nachrichten/Politik/d/4912132/erbeutete-usb-sticks-enttarnen-isis-kaempfer.html

 

Iraqi army seizes 160 memory sticks full of Jihadist information from ISIS

 

 

 

During a push Iraqi troops against Isis rebel soldiers and volunteer fighters have captured, according to the "Guardian" dozens memory sticks with highly explosive data of the Islamists. The more than 160 memory sticks included, among other things, the names and nombers of all foreign fighters Isis, Isis-leaders, code words, the initials of informants in government departments as well as the complete financial data of the organization.

 

Even the details of informants and spies working for ISIS in the Iraqi government!!

 

 

As the Spanish police said, meanwhile, it has eight suspected Islamists arrested in a raid with connections to Isis rebels. The raid is possibly connected with the captured information in Iraq.As the Ministry of Interior in Madrid announced that the group was led by a former inmate of the U.S. prison camp Guantanamo. You should therefore have recruited fighters for the jihadist group.

Also in Germany there had been an arrest on Saturday. The federal police arrested a suspected Islamists firmly in Berlin. The 30-year-old suspect was identified at Tegel Airport, a police spokesman said. The sought an international arrest warrant man from France was probably came from Syria. He was suspected to have been there in combat.According to information from the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" he traveled to Syria to join the Isis-terrorist group. The Attorney General's Office is now examining a delivery.

 

Now ISIS recruiters and operatives are being arrested across Europe


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Iraqi soldiers appear to have intercepted 160 USB sticks by a courier of Isis militia. Then found, according to “Guardian” the names of all foreign fighters in the terrorist group – and an overview of their finances.


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UK Guardian reports this from Reuters:

 

Speaking on live television, Rouhani said many people had signed up to go to Iraq to defend the sites and "put the terrorists in their place".

He added that veteran fighters from Iraq's Sunni, Shia and Kurdish communities were also "ready for sacrifice" against these militant forces.

"Regarding the holy Shia shines in Karbala, Najaf, Khadhimiya and Samarra, we announce to the killers and terrorists that the big Iranian nation will not hesitate to protect holy shrines," he said, speaking to a crowd on a visit to western Lorestan province.

"These terrorist groups, and those that fund them, both in the region and in the international arena, are nothing, and hopefully they will be put in their own place."

Rouhani said on Saturday Iran had never dispatched any forces to Iraq and it was very unlikely it ever would. Western diplomats suspect Iran has in the past sent some of its Revolutionary Guards, a hardline force that works in parallel with the army, to advise the Iraqi army or its militia allies.

 

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