A video clip posted on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, showing pro-government Sunni fighters from the renowned el-Bufahad tribe celebrating after kicking ISIS militants out of al-Sajjariya district, a few miles east of Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province.
Iraqi troops and Sunni tribal fighters made yet another advancement towards the key city of Heet, 44 miles north of Ramadi, capital of Anbar province. Iraqi defense ministry posted a video on the internet on Wednesday, November, 26, 2014, showing Iraqi troops inside the town of Dulab, a few miles from Heet.
Local officials stated that ISIS militants were forced to retreat to Heet.
In a video posted on the Lebanese daily Annahar website, a number of Lebanese Christians from the Lebanese city of Qaa, miles from the Syrian border, emphasized that they had to take up arms to defend themselves from the danger posed by ISIS and similar Syrian opposition factions. A woman appeared in that video stated that the Lebanese Shiite group of Hizballah is protecting them against extremist militants. She went on to say unequivocally that she feels safe due to the fact that Hizballah fighters are deployed on the border next to her city.
Iraqi jet fighters launched a series of airstrikes on ISIS hideouts in Baghdad, Anbar, Salahuddine and Diyala. Iraqi defense ministry posted a video Monday, November 24, 2014, showing precise and deadly bombing on several ISIS targets.
Iraqi military along with Sunni tribal fighters overran ISIS positions and liberated several villages en route to the strategically important city of Heet, 115 miles west of Baghdad.
An ISIS militant shown in this video released on November 20, 2014 captured by Peshmarga fighters south of Kirkuk, Iraq.
In a laughable, foolish move, an ISIS-associated news agency, Aamaq, posted a video entitled ” Coalition Airstrikes on Kobane– Devastating Effects on Civilians’ Properties”.
Whom does ISIS try to fool here? What civilians are they referring to, those who raced to leave everything behind only to flee ISIS infamous, brutal acts? Properties, what properties? These are houses, buildings and other real estates that have been usurped and used as hideouts by occupying ISIS militants. This is sickening, to say the least.
Iraqi army and tribal fighters in on Saturday, November 22, 2014, repelled several attacks by ISIS to seize Ramadi, capital of Anbar province, west of Baghdad. To revenge their comrades’ beheading, tribal fighters dragged ISIS slain militants in the streets of Ramadi.
تمكنت قوات الجيش والعشائر من صد سلسلة هجمات لداعش على مدينة الرمادي. وأقدم مقاتلو عشيرة البوفهد على سحل جثث عدد من مسلحي داعش السبت