Iraqi Army Liberated 14,100Km2 Since Start Of al-Jazeera Operation (Photos)

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Iraqi Army Liberated 14,100Km2 Since Start Of al-Jazeera Operation (Photos)

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On November 26, Iraqi Army Major General Abdul Amir Yar Allah, commander of the military campaign for the liberation of Nineveh Province, announced that the Iraqi Army and the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) have liberated 14,100km2 including 175 villages in the al-Jazeera region in western Iraq since the start of the operation in the area.

Maj. Gen, Yar Allah also revealed that the Iraqi Army and the PMU have destroyed 11 vehicles, 5 oil tankers, 18 VBIEDs and 6 motorcycles of ISIS. The Iraqi Army also removed over 1,000 IEDs planted by ISIS.

The Iraqi Army and the PMU military operation in the Al-Jazeera region slowed down on November 26 for logistic reasons. The PMU media wing reported that the PMU is now building a defense line between the towns of Rawa and Hatar in the eastern part of al-Jazeera in order to protect the liberated areas from ISIS attacks.

Iraqi Army Liberated 14,100Km2 Since Start Of al-Jazeera Operation (Photos)

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Iraqi Army Liberated 14,100Km2 Since Start Of al-Jazeera Operation (Photos)

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The Iraqi Army and the PMU will likely resume their advance in the al-Jazeera region after resupplying their units and securing their new positions.

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  • MD Ranix

    great job for all the tireless superheroes – sending zio satanic terrorists to hell in both worlds is commendable

    • dutchnational

      Delusional.

  • Solomon Krupacek

    all armies, armed groups are better then SAA :(

    • Mr. Alwaysbanned

      I doubt that SAA is the weakest, in my opinion on of the strongest in this war, but it seriously needs a huge amount of upgrades.

      • Jasminko Grdic

        SAA are one of the best armies for sure in world. What SAA is problem that many scholled Officers and Leaders was buyed from KSA, Turkey and US at begin of war. They get into FSA, HTS, IS….also the equipment was old, very bad defense system, naive…
        But now you can see it get better and better. Few more Tiger Brigades and Israhell would shit pants all the time.

        • Jens Holm

          I see only evidence for much more the opposite. You can see many military experts telling it in details, You can find You tubes and even amateurs like me can see fatal mitakes from top to buttom in the SAA.

          The only new is Your joke, that KSA, Turkey and USA are the guilty ones.

          My first war I almost remebered was in 1967. You hard has changed since then till making the same things, which fx Germans in WW2 never did with tanks incl. overestimating them.

          • dutchnational

            Except for a few small units, SAA is third rate with second rate equipment, which they tend to lose to their opponents. They are badly trained, low morale and often corrupt. Where they have experience, it is experience in a civilwar, not in an interstate war.

            Their command and tactics are really bad and they depend on foreigners for fighting as most of the youth fled the country or to SDF held areas.

            SDF now larger than the formal SAA (over 100k vs less then 100k), though SAA has more and heavier equipment.

            I do not see SAA being able to take on any state at present.

          • Jens Holm

            We agree 100% about it. Its chosen religios culturel weakness maybee carried by some fatalism.