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The End of Daesh in Mosel 

Now Tal Afar liberated from Daesh terrorists fully after 5 days of fierce fighting with about 2000 Daeshi in the area.   

Tal Afar (TA) was seen and considered as one of the most important regions for Daesh due to its position and as it was the first point of holds for them when they invade Iraq from Syria.   The last village called (Iyathiyah) just between TA and Mosel is under attack from the Iraqi forces as some Daeshi escaped there.   It is expected in the next two or three days the whole Mosel area and its territories declared free from Daesh.  

In fact only 3 pocket remained in Iraq all of them considered to be dead pockets for Daesh.  One in Hawejah near Kirkuk in which Daesh have been suffocated (surrounded) from all sides with no link with outside and hence considered dead target and will surrender or killed in any future attack simply.   

The other two pockets were near the boarder with Syria from Ramadi province which are Rawah/Anah areas and Qaaem by the border with Syria.   The first one is easy target for the Iraqi forces and will take only days to be sorted out but the last one by the Syrian border needs some special tactics and may be the Iraqi forces either liberate it and create a safe zone inside Syria for few miles to push Daesh farther or wait for the Syrian army to reach and both will form a vice to extract the route of Daesh in that area.   

The next few weeks will tell what the Iraqi forces are going to do possibly to liberate both Hawejah and Rawah/anah on same time or subsequent before going to Qaaem as the last hold for the dead Daesh in Iraq.

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