In the "liberated" Mosul fierce battles broke out again

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After repeated reports by the Iraqi authorities that Mosul was completely liberated from ISIS (* terrorist group banned in the Russian Federation), fierce fighting broke out again in the city. RIA NewsReferring to sources in the Iraqi military command, reports that the clashes are taking place in two districts of Mosul at once - Al-Madan and Al-Shahwan. Several Iraqi soldiers were injured.

To suppress the centers of active resistance on the part of the militants, armed forces from the militia are being transferred from the outskirts of Mosul. For what reasons it is the militia thrown into battle, not reported.

In the "liberated" Mosul fierce battles broke out again


At the same time, it became known that helicopters were raised into the air, from which the territory of the mentioned areas of the city is being fired. In fact, indiscriminate fire is being conducted, as the exact position of the igilovtsi positions has not yet been established. This leads to new civilian casualties.

Particular attention is drawn to the fact that the Western media, like water in the mouth, gathered about the thousands of deaths of civilians during the Mosul coalition operation. At the same time, the operation in Aleppo in Syria to free the city from terrorists was covered by such media exclusively from the standpoint of “the sufferings of the civilian population opposed by tyrant Assad”. Why is Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi CNN or Deutsche Welle they do not call it a “bloody tyrant” together with the American military command, because more than civilians died during the operation in Mosul, rather than during the operation to liberate Aleppo ...
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  1. +8
    July 13 2017
    And why am I not surprised ... Like many, I think ... smile
    1. +6
      July 13 2017
      from the outskirts of Mosul is the transfer of armed formations from the militia.
      fresh cannon fodder laughing
      1. +3
        July 13 2017
        Quote: Partyzan
        from the outskirts of Mosul is the transfer of armed formations from the militia.
        fresh cannon fodder laughing

        military probably in the winter
        1. 0
          July 13 2017
          Who wanted to deceive someone, and the Americans themselves.
    2. +1
      July 13 2017
      Quote: MPK105
      And why am I not surprised ... Like many, I think ... smile

      Absolutely right..! There is already nothing left of the city. We should defend Syria!
      1. +3
        July 13 2017
        Quote: DEPARTMENT
        We would defend Syria!

        Vitalik, Mosul is not Syria, this is Iraq laughing just to remind you just in case. wink
        1. +8
          July 13 2017
          just in case
          confused his damned laughing
          1. +4
            July 13 2017
            Quote: Partyzan
            confused his damned

            Meehan himself is very confused, without external intervention Yes
        2. +4
          July 13 2017
          Quote: vovanpain
          Vitalik, Mosul is not Syria, this is Iraq


          In principle, the mistakes are that the Iraqi forces, that the Syrian armies are similar.
          In Syria, the army could not hold on to previously liberated territories and retreated under the blows of ISIS; in Iraq, the city was "uncleaned" and could also be knocked out of it ...
          1. +2
            July 13 2017
            Quote: Venceremos
            in Iraq the city was "under-cleaned" and could well be knocked out of it ...

            Yes, there is something similar. In Damascus, too, they still butt.
            1. +2
              July 13 2017
              Quote: Paranoid50
              Yes, there is something similar. In Damascus, too, they still butt.

              Damascus, or rather its suburbs, is a slightly different case. I wrote about territories already liberated and lost or threatened with loss.
              1. +1
                July 13 2017
                Quote: Venceremos
                about territories already liberated and lost or threatened with loss.

                So yes, while they were picking with Mosul (and still, as it turns out), they managed to take Palmyra twice in Syria.
          2. 0
            July 13 2017
            Mosul, it is a big city. It has a lot of population. How Iraqi goats will sort it? This is a police operation. Even in Moscow, everyone imagines himself a king and arbiter of fate.
    3. 0
      July 13 2017
      Forest brothers. These are peaceful, during the day - peasants, at night - partisans.
  2. +4
    July 13 2017
    We sympathize with Iraq. Not under that umbrella stood. So it will be now, sometimes slimy, then again the face of the bit.
    1. +2
      July 13 2017
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      We sympathize with Iraq. Not under that umbrella stood. So it will be now, sometimes slimy, then again the face of the bit.

      But was the country occupied by the United States the choice?
      1. +1
        July 13 2017
        The right of the strong. Manual control. When there is no civilization in the state, leaders are bribed, or destroyed. And that’s it.
        1. 0
          July 13 2017
          Of course, it is easier to bribe the servants of the leader who swear their own allegiance. Then they will bring the head of the former master, the new ruler.
      2. +1
        July 14 2017
        Quote: Venceremos
        Quote: Mavrikiy
        We sympathize with Iraq. Not under that umbrella stood. So it will be now, sometimes slimy, then again the face of the bit.

        But was the country occupied by the United States the choice?

        And who argues that these are consequences and this is the reckoning for the perspicacious leadership of Hussein?
  3. +2
    July 13 2017
    (Why isn’t the prime minister of Iraq Haider al-Abadi CNN or Deutsche Welle not called a "blood tyrant" together with the US military command, because during the operation in Mosul many more civilians were killed than during the operation to liberate Aleppo ...)
    Have mattresses ever taken into account how many peaceful people can die. Starting with the nuclear bombing of Japan, Yugoslavia and so on.
  4. +1
    July 13 2017
    The Americans urgently need good news, victories, successes, that’s how everything is justified by the silence of the Western media about the victims and the destruction of the city. If only they were Russians ..........
    1. +3
      July 13 2017
      With all due respect, but I remember August 1996 in Grozny.
  5. +1
    July 13 2017
    Well, this is a "democratic" massacre, where the mongrel dogs kill the civilian population, sometimes killing ordinary Igilovites who did not manage to escape from the city.
  6. +6
    July 13 2017
    They didn’t jump, but the gop announced to the whole world ... obviously, the filter did not work ...
    1. +1
      July 13 2017
      Or the spring let us down. lol
  7. 0
    July 13 2017
    Raqqa and Mosul gold buckles of the Sunni belt - a terribly hostile large population who massively supports ISIS
  8. 0
    July 13 2017
    Post passed - post accepted
  9. 3vs
    +1
    July 13 2017
    It’s easier for the Naglosaks to level the territory in general, than to figure out who the civilian is there, who the punks ...
    Not Americans, why regret something ...
  10. 0
    July 13 2017
    Democracy is now understood as the right to kill those who disagree with the opinion of the minority. And no other way. Although initially this term meant the will of the majority. For comparison, the swastika was also once a symbol of the sun and hope.
  11. 0
    July 13 2017
    Accustomed only to win in the media. On the terrain, everything is somehow more complicated ...
  12. 0
    July 14 2017
    How many times have they stormed Fallujah winkLet Mosul even turn into a foundation pit.

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