On December 8, ISIS claimed that its cells killed or wounded 18 soldiers and policemen in three separate attacks that took place in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk a day earlier.
The first attack saw ISIS terrorists targeted a pickup truck of the Iraqi Federal Police with an improvised explosive device (IED) as it was passing near the town of al-S’aduniyah in the district of al-Hawija in western Kirkuk. The terrorist then clashed with a backup force that was sent to investigate the attack, allegedly killing at least two policemen.
At around the same time, ISIS terrorists targeted a patrol of the Iraqi Federal Police that was conducting a combing operation near the town of Suhel in the district of Daqua in southern Kirkuk with an IED. A police vehicle that was sent to support the patrol was also targeted with an IED. A total of 12 policemen were allegedly killed or wounded.
ISIS terrorists also clashed with a force of the Iraqi military that attempted to ambush them near the town of al-Twil’ah in the district of al-Dibs in northern Kirkuk. The terrorist managed to escape after allegedly killing two soldiers and wounding two others.
ISIS cells intensified their operations in Kirkuk in the last few months, de-facto turning the northern province into a danger zone.
Iraqi government forces launch operations against ISIS cells in Kirkuk on a regular basis. Yet, the terrorist group is not slowing down its operations in the province.
This is because isrealhell has stepped up the pace to destabilize and reverse the gains made,using their attack dogs US to transfer weapons to them
So how do Yolu grow those south american vegetables. And when will Your service dog tell You, what the article is about:( BAD DOG.
Bad dog played with your mother too much (*danish tradition). And here you are…
Funny how ISIS always steps up its’ attacks on countries that ask the US to leave. TEP.
Morocco, Jordan, UAE, Katar and Saudi-Arabia(all Kingdoms) are the Lapdogs of them, so there is no Isis very unusual ;) …
All those are moderate countries except for Qatar.