Iraqi Forces Liberated Strategic Hawija Town Southwest Of Kirkuk City

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Iraqi Forces Liberated Strategic Hawija Town Southwest Of Kirkuk City

SOURCE: https://twitter.com/Defense_Iraq

The Iraqi Army and the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) have liberated the strategic town of Hawija from ISIS terrorists in the province of Kirkuk.

Hawija is located southwest of Kirkuk city controlled by Kurdish Peshmerga forces. It had been one of the key ISIS strongholds in the area.

The liberation of Hawija was officially announced by the PMU media wing on Wednesday.

Now, the army and the PMU will work ondriving ISIS terrorists out from Riyad, Saldia and Hilwa. Following this, Iraqi security forces will have lots of work to establish the law and order in the recently liberated areas.

Iraqi Forces Liberated Strategic Hawija Town Southwest Of Kirkuk City

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  • What if after ISIS is defeated, US again invades Iraq (or some other country) and creates another terrorist organization?

    • Serious Dude

      Maybe conspiracy theorists will come up with new ideas.

      • You already admitted that the reason you are Anti-Assad is because you consider Syria’s mere existence a threat to Israel and Kurdistan and also because you believe that a country should be destroyed if it doesn’t bow to Western imperialism.
        Therefore, you yourself are well aware that the statement I mentioned is in fact true and not a conspiracy theory.

        • Serious Dude

          Not Syria’s existence but the Ba’athist-Stalinist regime. And that regime has killed so many Syrians that Israel could do it in 1000 years. And I don’t see what’s wrong with Israel, Kurdistan and Western civilization (including Russia). Are you a commie?

          • Garga

            Don’t be too shy to mention Iran too. Oh oh and let’s not forget about the Shi’a threat while you’re at it.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            These trolls just spout empty theories with no facts and just their paranoid feelings.

          • Serious Dude

            Not Iran but their government.

          • That’s not what you told me before.
            I asked Dutch National why he is Anti-Assad and gave him many options (including Pro-Kurdistan, Pro-Israel, Pro-imperialism, etc) and you replied to me stating that your reason is for being Anti-Assad is because
            >You consider Syria’s existence a mere threat to Israel and Kurdistan
            >According to you, a country should be destroyed if it doesn’t bow to Western imperialism.

            Anyway, it’s now confirmed that you’re actually a liar
            Please don’t bother replying to my post.

          • Serious Dude

            You hate Israel, Kurdistan and the West and you support dictatorships. That’s your problem not mine.

          • Lol
            Another lie?
            Nice!
            That’s not what I said tho
            Or is it an assumption?
            Remind me when I said anything like this?

          • Serious Dude

            Syria is a place so I can’t hate the place. I dislike the Syrian government not the place. If you don’t hate Israel, Kurdistan and the West then why are you attacking me like the others that do so?

          • Why can’t I attack your argument?
            Are you saying you are above criticism or something like that?
            Previously you claimed that your reason for being Anti-Assad is because
            >You consider Syria’s mere existence a threat to Israel and Kurdistan
            >According to you, a country should be destroyed if it doesn’t bow to Western imperialism.

            But now you claim that you actually do not hate Syria, but you hate Assad due to Assad killing far many Syrians (that Israel could only dream to achieve in 1000 years).
            And then you claim that I hate West and I love dictatorships without any evidence to back up your claim.

            Therefore, I’ll ask again.
            Why can’t I point out your hypocrisy?
            Are you above criticism?

          • Serious Dude

            Nope I am not above criticism…

    • Barba_Papa

      Not going to happen. Not after the epic clusterfuck that was the last Iraq invasion there’s no way in hell that the US government can get the public to get along with yet another Iraq invasion. The Republicans can’t even abolish Obamacare, despite having a majority in both houses of Congress and the presidency, let alone another Iraq invasion. It would take an extremely charismatic and persuasive US president. And we all know Trump is neither. He can’t even convince his own SecDef that the Iran deal should be abolished.

      • Garga

        Everything is possible with a little nice and convenient false flag. They can change public opinion overnight with one if it’s shocking enough.
        I believe getting refugees in Europe without any kind of screening is aligned with that scenario.
        I hope you’re right though, my version is scary as hell.

  • Zainab Ali

    zio satanic terrorism will continue no doubt as their master funders/creators are recognised worldwide by the majority of their lapdogs to be beacons of humanity – in actual fact – they are the perm supreme race in the deepest hell

  • PZIVJ

    Very nice progress. It looks like the ISIS remnants will be pushed into the Kurdish area (again).
    Some new recruits for the Peshmerga? :DD
    But why the Iraqi army hold up in Anbar province towards Al Qaim? :(

    • George King

      In regards to Al Qaim, N4 & N7 and the Syria/Iraq border there has been a co-ordination with the Syrian coalition especially the PMU which is not bridled from incursions and assisting the coalition in Syria. We saw the blocking of the western movement of ISIS during the Mosul operation by PMU and I believe everything is progressing as plans change as the facts on the ground change ie the Kurds becoming the new ISIS/AQ proxies with the thieving Barzani clan.

      It will be interesting to see if they get any support from the various factions to be sacrificial lambs (cannon fodder) as good goyim for Zionist as ISIS and AQ has failed to rise to the occasion.

      Humpty Dumpty has had a great fall and all the King’s horses and all the King’s men can not put Humpty Dumpty back together again.

    • Wahid Algiers

      That is the big question. We know that ISIS is very strong supported by the population there in Al Qaim and this operation will take time. Does it mean that the Iraqi intelligence has information about kurdish plans and they stopped advancing in Anbar province to avoid a war on two fronts?