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The end of Daesh (ISIS) in Iraq become effective after liberation of Rawah

Rawa is the strategic town by the Iraqi-Syrian border and part of Al-Anbar city was the last hold for Daesh terrorist in Iraq.    It was supposed to have the remaining few hundreds of the terrorists groups that they fled from other areas in Iraq.   It is one of the most important holds for them.   Daesh used Rawah to wedge attacks and to do strategic movements across the borders. 

Rawah was liberated after few hours only.   Following the liberation Daesh military existence in Iraq ended fully.  There are few remaining groups in the desert of Aljazerah in the borders that the forces are attacking them to eliminate them. 

Daesh ended in both Syria and Iraq however few sleepy cells exist and the rest may appear in another countries weak points.   Though eliminated from all their holds in Iraq Daesh will remain a major threat for the world peace all over the world.   

The last battel for the end of Daesh

Two areas remained for Daesh in Iraq near the Syrian border Rawah and Al-Qaem and in Syria one last area opposite to Al-Qaem the city of Al-Bokamal.  

The Iraqi forces lunched their battle to liberate these two area yesterday making swift advances in all directions liberating important strategic airbases and many towns and villages toward the center of both.  

On the same time the Syrian army advances towards Albokamal.   Few days and the end of Daesh will be announced in Iraq and likely in Syria too.  

Daesh controlled more than 40% of Iraqi western cities in 2014.  There are many factors involved in that including internal and external causes.   During the last 3 years the Iraq successes to build its armed forces in addition to the volunteered forces following the Fatwa declared by Ali Alsistani to fight Daesh which was the main cause mobilization both in people and arm forces. 

God bless Iraq

Massod Barazani Iraqi Kurdstan Dictator

In the last 3 weeks the North of Iraq witnessed increased tension between the central government and the Kurd leader in Irbil Massod Barazani.   He rules as a self appointed governor because his term was ended more than 2 years ago and he dissolved the Kurd parliament so as to remain more in power.      

He also controlled more land following Daesh control of major cities in 2014 extending his control over the oil rich area Kirkuk.    He controlled the Kurd and others in the area under his control with fear and oppression like at the time of Saddam Hussein.   They made big wealth for their personal interests from the oil revenue that they control in Kirkuk.    To extend his rule without questioning from anyone he arranged the vote for separation from Iraq.    Not all Kurds supported that specifically those living in the main city Soliymaniah who are the Talabani followers and they are considered for long time his opponents.  

The Iraqi government and according to the constitution pushed the Barazani militia back and the conservative Kurds and their parties supported the government and asked Barazani to resign.   Until now he refused and there are tension between the Kurds which may lead to military escalation between the two faction of Kurds those with and those against Barazani. 

This turning point didn’t affect the war against Daesh in which two area only left by the border with Syria.   Once the Syrian army reached near the border there in Albokamal on the other border of Alqaaem the Iraqi forces will push into these two area so as the terrorist will be in vice. 

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