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Tal-Aafar liberation from Daesh declared 



Early morning today 20 August 2017 the PM of Iraq in his position as the leader of the command forces declared the beginning of the battle of liberation of Tal-Afar from the terrorists Daesh (ISIS).   Until now around ten villages were liberated and strategic mountains.  

Tal-Aafar is an ancient city 6000 years old built during the first civilization of the world the times of Summer, Akad and Ashor.   Around 250,000 live in it.  It is 70 miles away from Mosel, 40 miles away from Turkey order and 60 miles from Syrian border.   It was controlled from Daesh 3 years ago and around 14,000 from its people killed since then plus many historic sites were destroyed.   Now around 2000 terrorists inside it many of them are foreigners.  

Most of the people of Tal-Aafar were migrate to the South and other areas for safety.   The next few days will witness the liberation of the city.  The terrorists got one of two options either surrender or killed.  

After Tal-Aafar only three remaining small pockets (as shown 1,2 & 3) for Daesh in Iraq.

With its elimination from Iraq and Syria Daesh and its supporters will be in the garbage bag of the history of criminals soon. 


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