An Update On ISIS Activities

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ANBAR

  • The Spokesman of UNHCR in Geneva says 85,000 Iraqis left their houses in Ramadi since June 16 and more are leaving every day.

The displaced families from Anbar say they were abandoned by the Iraqi government. (Video)

 

  • PM Abadi says a high committee was formed to investigate the fall of Ramadi. He says the investigation will show who gave the orders to the Iraqi forces to withdraw. He also says the withdrawal from Ramadi was different than Mosul because Iraqi forces in Ramadi took all their weapons and vehicles before withdrawing, except for the damaged ones and they were destroyed later by airstrikes.

 

  • Baghdad Operations Command says Iraqi Joint Forces launched a major attack on Daesh in Qarma killing 45 terrorists and destroying 7 vehicles and 6 hideouts in addition to disassembling 155 IED.

The MoD says the Coalition launched an airstrike on Daesh in Qarma killing many terrorists.

The MoD also says Iraqi Military Intelligence launched rockets on Daesh in Qarma killing 18 terrorists including a leader from Mosul.

 

  • Kata’eb Hezbollah say they will handle the 260 Daesh members they arrested in Anbar to the Iraqi security forces. They say they were able to arrest them based on information from special sources in Anbar.

 

  • Al-Suqour Intelligence Cell in the Iraqi MoI says it implemented a qualitative operation in Al-Qa’im in west Anbar killing 20 Daesh terrorists including a British terrorist, Abu Hammam Al-Britani, who was responsible for recruiting suicide bombers. The cell called the operation “Mustafa” after the Iraqi soldier who executed in Falluja.

 

  • The MoD says Iraqi Army’s 8th Division supported by Iraqi Army Aviation implemented an operation against Daesh in Albu Shahab area in Ramadi killing 16 terrorists and injuring 9 in addition to destroying 6 of their vehicles.

 

  • Baghdad Operations Command says Iraqi forces managed to retake the area between Thirthar and Shiha after Daesh controlled it two days ago.

 

  • Anbar Operations Commander says the ongoing battles to liberate Ramadi “broke Daesh back” and cost them a lot of casualties.

 

  • Al-Jazeera Operations Commander says huge military reinforcements arrived to Ain Al-Asad base and Baghdadi town.

 

  • The Sheikh of Albu Fahad tribe in Anbar asks the people of Anbar to join the PMFs in order to hold the ground after defeating Daesh.

 

  • The speaker of Daesh in his first Friday speech in Ramadi mosque says the next step is to march towards Baghdad.

 

SALAHUDDIN

 

  • The Mayor of Tikrit says the return of the displaced families might happen in the month of Ramadhan if the security situation improves. He also says some Daesh terrorists are still hiding in the city but the police finds them from time to time and kills them.

 

  • The 17th Brigade of the PMFs (Saraya Al-Jihad) says they arrested 90 Daesh members in Salahuddin. The SJ also says they are moving ahead after liberating the Strategic Line and other areas on the roads to Anbar and Baghdad.

 

  • The MoD says the 17th Iraqi Infantry Brigade supported by PMFs implemented an operation in Sayyed Ghareeb area killing 10 Daesh terrorists. The MoD says 23 other terrorists were killed by the same Brigade around the Strategic Line.

 

  • The PMFs say they killed a Daesh sniper and destroyed a weapons storehouse, a C4 explosives factory and five booby-trapped houses in Baiji.

 

  • A source in Salahuddin Operations Command says Iraqi forces advanced to Siniyya town west of Baiji and are surrounding the town from 3 sides.

Another source in SOC says Iraqi forces killed one of Daesh leaders, Abu Maryam Al-Jaza’eri, near Siniyya.

 

  • The MoD says Iraqi Air Force launched airstrikes on Daesh vehicles in Al-Jazeera area west of Samarra killing 12 Daesh terrorists.

 

  • Iraqi Federal Police Commander says the Federal Police Commandos supported by PMFs launched a surprise attack on Daesh in Al-Fatha area killing 12 Daesh terrorists while they were trying to attack the Iraqi forces there.

He also says the police killed 3 Daesh terrorists and disassembled 65 IEDs in Nibai’ and east Tikrit.

The MoD says the Coalition launched an airstrike on a Daesh car bomb in Al-Fatha area north of Tikrit.

A commander in Badr Militia says they managed to stop a Daesh attack on Al-Fatha.

Badr also says they are surrounding Daesh in 40 km areas in Salahuddin with support from Iraqi Army Aviation.

Another Badr commander says his troops managed to liberate Tal Al-Bayadh area west of Samarra killing 3 Daesh terrorists and arresting 2.

 

  • Al-Nujaba’ Militia says they killed 9 Daesh terrorists and destroyed their vehicle on the road between Baiji and Tikrit.

 

  • The General Secretary of Asa’eb Ahl Al-Haq says announces the liberation of all Dujail areas.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of its “quality control” in Shirqat.

 

BAGHDAD

 

  • Iraqi High Commission for Human Rights says 8,047 Iraqis were killed and 14,487 injured because of terrorist activities since the beginning of 2015.

 

  • The MoI says 9 people were killed and 31 injured when two car bombs exploded in the parking lots of the Sheraton and Babel hotel in Baghdad yesterday.

Daesh claims responsibility for the attacks on two hotels in Baghdad yesterday. It says a terrorist called Abu Qatada parked a car bomb outside the Sheraton then drove another car filled with 300 KGMs of explosives to Babel hotel.

Al-Sumariya TV publishes a video of the car bomb entering the parking lot of Babel hotel. It also published photos and videos of the damages in the two hotels.

A Sunni MP says “it wouldn’t be strange” if one of the Iraqi officials’ convoys let the car bomb in Babel hotel yesterday. He says Iraqi officials can let car bombs inside any place they want.

A member of the Security Committee in Baghdad GC says the hotel attacks are linked to the dismissal of Ninewa and Diyala governors.

 

  • A source in the MoI says one civilian was killed and 7 injured in an IED explosion in a trade area in Al-Furat neighborhood in south west Baghdad.

Another source in the MoI says 2 men were killed and another was injured when an IED exploded in Tuaitha area in south east Baghdad.

A security source says one civilian was killed and 6 injured in an IED explosion in Mashtal area in east Baghdad.

Another source says a woman body was found beaten to death in Al-Ma’amel area in east Baghdad.

A security source says 2 bodies of Sahwa fighters were found shot in Arab Jubour area in south Baghdad.

 

  • Local sources say Mahmoudiya hospital south of Baghdad received the bodies of 8 soldiers and 13 PMFs fighters from the fights in Anbar.

 

  • The Spokesman of the MoI says Al-Suqour Intelligence Cell arrested a dangerous terrorist group in Al-Mansour area in west Baghdad. He says the group admitted committing several terrorist attacks. He also says the Cell confiscated materials used in terrorist activities from the group’s hideout.

 

 

OTHER PROVINCES

 

  • Sistani’s rep in Kerbala accuses regional and international fronts of supporting Daesh and warns the region will face a bloody sectarian conflict.

 

DIYALA

  • Deputy Governor of Diyala asks the Iraqi government and the KRG to allow the displaced families to return to their homes in Jalawla’ and says the town is a safe area now.

 

  • Diyala Police says it established a special unit to fight the rumors spread by the terrorists’ supporters.

 

KIRKUK

 

  • A security source in Kirkuk says 5 men were arrested for terrorism related charges in south Kirkuk.

 

NINEWA

 

  • Ninewa Operations Commander says military preparations to liberate Mosul have completed and Iraqi forces are waiting an order to start the operations from the Iraqi Commander in Chief, PM Abadi.

 

  • The MoD says the Coalition launched 4 airstrikes on Daesh in Tal Afar killing 4 terrorists, and 4 other airstrikes in Baiji in Salahuddin killing 3 more.

 

  • The discussions about the dismissal of Ninewa governor continues. 12 members of Ninewa GC sent a request earlier to the Iraqi Parliament accusing him of incompetence and of having relationships with the JTRN, a Sunni armed group linked to the Baath part. After that 55 Shia MPs requested a vote to dismiss the governor which led to his dismissal. Some Sunni MPs, including the Speaker of the Parliament, say they were surprised by the vote and by PM Abadi’s position in this regard.

The commander of Badr militia says Nujaifi should be sued for his role in the fall of Mosul. He also says the PMFs don’t need permission from anyone to enter Iraqi cities.

Another debate is going on regarding changing the governor of Diyala, a Sunni, with a member of Badr Organization. Sunni MPs also say they were surprised by that decision and say it was against all the political agreements between Iraqi political blocs.

 

  • Daesh publishes a video of their rocket attacks in Mosul.

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

  • Saudi ministry of interior says 4 people were killed when a suicide bomber disguised in women clothes detonated himself near a Shia mosque in Dammam. The terrorist was trying to enter the mosque but a young man prevented him. The terrorist then detonated himself in the parking lot killing the young man and two other people.

Daesh claims responsibility of the attack and says a Saudi terrorist bombed himself near the mosque. (Audio)

Daesh says all Shia should leave the Arab Peninsula.

 

 

  • A speaker of Burkan Al-Furat Operations in Syria says his forces are coordinating with the YPG to take over Tal Abyadh town between Jazeera and Kobani.

The YPG is preparing to attack Daesh in Raqqa after taking over Mabrouka town.

 

  • Kurdish forces say they managed to free civilian hostages from Daesh in two villages in west Sari Kanya. The civilians were trying to reach the Turkish borders when they were taken by Daesh terrorists.

 

  • The spokesman of the 166th Battalion militia says Daesh controlled military airbase in Sirte after his forces withdrew because they didn’t get the reinforcements they requested from Tripoli.

Daesh announces it took over Al-Qardhabiya airbase in Sirte and the Industrial River Project.

 

 

  • Daesh publishes videos and photos of the Tajik special forces commander who joined them recently.

 

  • Daesh publishes statistics about their operations in Rajab (last) month.

 

  • Daesh twitter accounts of the day

 

https://twitter.com/sa_w_ab

 

https://twitter.com/M_Y_M_9

 

https://twitter.com/louayha27

 

 

 

 

Displaced Families

 

 

ANBAR

 

  • An MP from Anbar says the Iraqi government didn’t do its job in providing the displaced people with basic services. He also says the camp tents in Bzaibiz were destroyed by a strong sandstorm.

Another Sunni MP says many displaced children died because of the recent heat wave.

  • The Chairman of the District Council of Ameriyat Al-Falluja asks the Iraqi government to open the roads and let the food supplies reach the district. He says it ran out of the necessary supplies because of the large numbers of displaced families from other areas in Anbar.

 

  • The Commander of the Iraqi Golden Division, General Fadhel Birwari, says 10,000 Sahwa fighters in Anbar are “ghost soldiers” and don’t really exist. He also says Iraqi forces are holding their ground in many areas inside Ramadi and Daesh cannot attack the safe areas there. He says there will be military operations in the coming days to help displaced families from Anbar to return to their homes and hold the ground.

 

  • The Commander of Badr Militia says the PMFs and security forces liberated Thirthar establishment north of Ramadi and broke the siege on 90 Iraqi soldiers who were trapped there.

 

  • Anbar Police Commander says 1,700 local police personnel, who left their positions when Daesh attacked Ramadi, have reported to their jobs in Habbaniya base east of Ramadi.

 

  • Local sources in Ramadi say Ali Atiyya Al-Jubouri, the blind “judge” of Daesh and one of its five top leaders, led the prayers in Ramadi’s main mosque on Wednesday.

 

  • A local source in Anbar says Daesh killed 19 civilians in Albu Ghannam area by shocking them with electric cables.

 

  • The MoD says Iraqi Army Aviation bombed a sniper’s hideout and destroyed an IED factory in Qarma.

Daesh says it killed the military commander of Kata’eb Hezbollah in Qarma.

The MoD also says Baghdad Operations Command continued its operations in Qarma killing 13 terrorists and destroying several hideouts and vehicles during the last 2 days.

  • Iraqi Minister of Defense sends his advisor to the family of the Iraqi soldier who was hanged by Daesh terrorists in Falluja. Several other Iraqi officials visited or contacted the family.

 

  • Unconfirmed news that Iranian General Qassem Sulaimani is in Anbar with several other Iranian advisors.

 

  • Daesh publishes a video about destroying the guest house of Hameed Al-Hayes, a tribal leader from Anbar.

 

SALAHUDDIN

 

  • The Chairman of the Security and Defense Committee in the Iraqi Parliament says Iraqi Joint Forces managed to liberate Jazeera Samarra, killing 63 Daesh soldiers and arresting four of them disguised in women’s clothes.

He also says Iraqi forces and PMFs supported by Iraqi Army Aviation liberated several areas between Salahuddin and Anbar and reached Thirthar Dam.

Daesh says a suicide bomber attacked the Iraqi forces during the operations in north Baghdad.

A security source says Iraqi forces liberated Sayyed Ghareeb in southwest Samarra completely from Daesh and removed all IEDs in the area.

Local sources say 3 Popular Mobilization Forces’ fighters were killed and 16 injured in Sayyed Ghareeb.

  • The MoD says Iraqi Air Force launched airstrikes on Daesh near Samarra killing 12 terrorists.

The MoD also says the Coalition launched an airstrike on a Daesh mortar battalion and killed all the terrorists there.

The MoD says Salahuddin Operations Command launched an attack on Daesh in areas around Baiji Refinery and killed 7 terrorists.

  • Local sources say Daesh destroyed the Babeer gate of a 4,500 year old Assyrian castle in Shirqat.
  • A member of Salahuddin Governorate Council says Iraqi security forces started to distribute the names and the photos of Daesh terrorists at checkpoints.

 

BAGHDAD

 

  • A source in the MoI says two car bombs exploded one in the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Baghdad and the other in Babel Hotel in Karrada. The source says people were killed or injured in the two explosions. (video)

A source in the Iraqi Police says another car bomb was defused in Babel Hotel.

 

  • Iraqi Military Intelligence says a cell of Daesh terrorists were arrested in south Baghdad and loads of explosives were confiscated from their hideout. (video)

A source in the Iraqi MoI says one civilian was killed and 4 injured when a sticker IED exploded under a small bus in Sadr City.

Daesh says it attacked the Iraqi Army and PMFs with a car bomb in Sadr City.

Another source in MoI says 2 people were killed and 8 injured in an IED explosion near trade shops in Saidiya in south Baghdad.

Five Sahwa members and policemen were killed or injured when an IED exploded at their checkpoint in Mada’en in south Baghdad.

Eight people were killed or injured in an IED explosion near a popular market in Saba’ Al-Bor in north Baghdad.

A security source says Iraqi security forces arrested a terrorist in Ameriya west of Baghdad and seized 19 IEDs and other weapons and equipment. The source also says the man admitted he was responsible for a recent explosion in the area.

  • Iraqi Ministry of Health says it finished the DNA test for the alleged body of Saddam’s deputy Izzat al-Douri but it can’t confirm the results because it has no samples of his or his relatives’ DNA. The MoH also says it received 470 bodies of Speicher massacre victims so far.
  • A leader in Kata’eb Hezbollah says the Qatari foreign affairs minister is visiting Iraq to negotiate release of Daesh Qatari terrorists captured by Iraqi forces.

 

DIYALA

 

  • The Mayor of Saadiya says the Iraqi military is digging a trench around the town to prevent Daesh from returning. The town was under Daesh control for 6 months last year.

 

  • A security source says a woman was killed and 4 other people injured in an IED explosion in Muqdadiya northeast of Baquba.

 

NINEWA

 

  • Iraqi Parliament voted to dismiss of Ninewa Governor Atheel Al-Nujaifi. The Governor has the right to appeal in court.

Nujaifi says the dismissal happened because of his recent visit to DC and because he refused to let the PMFs participate in Ninewa liberation. He also says he hasn’t received an official letter about his dismissal and he is still the governor of Ninewa.

Former Ninewa Operations Commander, currently Al-Jazeera Operations Commander, says Nujaifi was responsible for the fall of the Mosul when he changed the security leadership in the city.

A source in the IP says 2 Sunni MPs from different blocs had a fist fight about the vote.

  • Kata’eb Al-Mosul says one of their snipers killed two Daesh fighters guarding a storehouse near the sugar factory in Mosul.

 

  • The MoD says intelligence sources confirm that Daesh is facing more splits and many of its terrorists are leaving Mosul towards Syria.

 

  • An MP from the Kurdistan Alliance in the Iraqi Parliament says KRG President Barzani says he will not answer the questions sent to him by the IP’s Mosul Fall Investigative Committee.   Barzani says he has nothing to do with Mosul fall.

 

  • The Mayor of Sinjar District in west Ninewa says Daesh attacked the Nasr area inside the district. The defense forces stopped the attack and killed 10 terrorists.

 

  • An official in the PUK says Daesh executed 3 Kurdish citizens in Mosul by smashing their heads with concrete bricks after accusing them of collaborating with the Peshmerga.

 

  • A Colonel in the Peshmerga says the Coalition launched airstrikes based on information from them on 4 Daesh hideouts in Makhmour destroying all four of them and killing many Daesh terrorists.

Another source in the Peshmerga says the Coalition launched a major airstrike on Daesh in Al-Asheq village also based on Peshmerga information.

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

  • The commander of the Tajik Special Forces arrived to Syria and joined Daesh terrorists.

 

  • Kurdish forces say they killed 184 Daesh terrorists during the last 3 days in Sary Kania in Syria.

 

  • They say also they liberated 2 villages in the area.

 

 

  • Daesh says it stopped refining crude oil and moved it to the desert “fearing for Muslims’ health”.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of its attack on the Libyan forces in Nawaqiya in Benghazi.

 

  • Daesh publishes more photos of food distribution in Sinai.

 

  • Daesh’s Oqba Bin Nafi’ terrorist group in Tunisia warns people not to use Tunisian airlines after June 2nd, the same date as the “Open Skies” agreement between Tunisia and the European Union.

 

 

  • Daesh twitter accounts of the day

https://twitter.com/e___k___27

https://twitter.com/____8441___5210

https://twitter.com/dgghghhgg

 

Iraqi Soldier in Falluja

 

May 27, 2015

 

 

ANBAR

 

  • Iraqi MoD promises to punish the terrorists who killed Mustafa Al-Adhari, an Iraqi soldier who was wounded and arrested by Daesh then hanged on Falluja Bridge. A photo of him hanged from the bridge became an icon and created uproar on social media, and Iraqi Shia are demanding revenge.

However, Mustafa’s father says he has no grudge against the people of Anbar and he feels sorry for the displaced people.

 

  • The Chairman of the Security and Defense Committee in the Iraqi Parliament says the government decided to allow all the displaced people from Anbar to enter Baghdad.

 

  • The Police Commander in Ameriyat Al-Falluja says the security situation is under the control of the Iraqi security forces and the tribal fighters but there is a humanitarian crisis because of the increased numbers of displaced people who arrive at the compound. He says Daesh shells the town every day and many civilians are getting killed, but the Iraqi forces implemented a security operation and pushed Daesh terrorists farther away. He also says the second brigade of 1,000 tribal fighters graduated and were given weapons and salaries.

 

  • Kata’eb Hezbollah publishes a video of arresting 260 men it says are Daesh terrorists in Anbar.

 

  • Anbar Operations Commander says Iraqi forces managed to capture 200 Daesh terrorists during the fights around Ramadi, including foreign terrorists. He also says Iraqi forces continue to advance towards Ramadi from the south, east and west.

 

  • The MoD says Iraqi forces achieved “noticeable advances” in Anbar.

 

  • A member of Anbar GC says Anbar liberation plan is going well and Daesh is losing some of its strongholds south and east of Ramadi.

Another GC member says the Iraqi forces liberated the Tash and Humaira areas south of Ramadi, cutting Daesh supply lines from the south.

 

  • Daesh says a Tajik terrorist attacked the Iraqi forces with a car bomb in Ankour area near Ramadi.

 

  • A security source says Iraqi forces supported by the PMFs and tribal fighters clashed heavily with Daesh terrorists in Ramadi and managed to kill dozens and arrest 42 of them.

 

  • A leader in the PMFs says Iraqi forces liberated Anbar University and released hundreds of hostages.

The Iraqi Golden Division says it managed to control the University after several Daesh suicide bombers tried to attack Iraqi forces there.

 

  • The MoD says Iraqi forces supported by Coalition airstrikes stopped a Daesh attack in Thirthar and killed 25 Daesh terrorists. The MoD also says 5 terrorists were killed and two of their vehicles destroyed by Baghdad Operations in the Albu Khalifa area in Anbar.

 

  • The MoD says Iraqi Army Aviation launched airstrikes on Daesh gatherings in Khaldiya and Sajjariya in Anbar, killing 20 Daesh terrorists and destroying 6 of their vehicles.          The Commander of the Iraqi Federal Police says the Explosives Battalion managed to break through Daesh lines in Sajjariya and plant a network of explosives that killed many Daesh terrorists while they were trying to infiltrate the Iraqi forces defense lines.

 

  • A security source in Anbar says the Commander of the Judicial Police in Anbar died in the hospital after being wounded in a battle against Daesh when they were trying to take over Ramadi.

 

  • PM Abadi decides to change the name of Anbar Liberation Operations from Labbaik Ya Hussein (We Are Here for you Hussein) to Labbaik Ya Iraq.

Muqtada Al-Sadr had criticized the old name and said it would be misunderstood.

 

  • A tribal leader from Anbar says Daesh executed 4 of its own commanders, including one Iraqi, for their failure to break into Haditha District on Monday.

 

  • A source close to PM Abadi says the PMFs didn’t receive Scud rockets from any country. He also says all arms deals go through the Iraqi federal government.

 

  • Photos of the PMFs in Anbar.

 

SALAHUDDIN

  • A source in Salahuddin Operations Command says Iraqi forces liberated 4 areas in southwest Samarra completely: Nibai’, Kassarat, Khazraj and Farhaniya. The MoD says Daesh fighters collapsed and fled in large numbers from those areas.

Samarra’s Mayor says the city is relatively calm except for some areas in the outskirts.

The MoD says a Daesh hideout in Samarra was destroyed and 32 were killed.

 

  • The MoD says Iraqi forces continue their operations to liberate Baiji District and the refinery.

A source in the PMFs says a house exploded killing 3 PMF fighters while they were searching Hajjaj area south of Baiji.

 

  • A security source says the Iraqi forces supported by the Coalition airstrikes launched a major attack on Daesh terrorists around Baiji Refinery and managed to liberate it and kill 40 Daesh terrorists. The source says the remaining terrorists ran away towards Mosul. The source also says the Coalition airstrikes paralyzed the terrorists’ movement and prevented them from advancing towards the refinery.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of the fights in Baiji.

 

 

  • Daesh says it killed 70 members of the Iraqi forces while they were trying to take over Farhatiya area near Dujail in Salahuddin from Daesh. Daesh says a British terrorist attacked the Iraqi forces with a car bomb.

 

  • The MoD says the Iraqi Army’s 9th Division destroyed several Daesh locations and killed 36 terrorists near Al-Dujail in Salahuddin.

 

  • Local sources say an armed militia assassinated a tribal leader from Salahuddin who was responsible for returning the displaced families to the governorate.

 

  • The Iraqi Federal Police Commander says 5 Daesh fighters were arrested and 2 C4 explosives containers were seized in a raid on Al-Alam area in Salahuddin.
  • BAGHDADA source in the Iraqi MoI says one civilian was killed and 5 injured in an IED explosion near trade shops in the Iskan area in west Baghdad.

Another source in the MoI says the Deputy Director of the Iraqi Union of Engineers was killed when unknown armed men shot at him in his car on the highway in west Baghdad. The victim was also the deputy manager of the state owned Midland Oil Company.

A security source says an IED exploded near the industrial area in Bayya’ in south Baghdad killing one civilian and injuring 6.

A police source says an IED exploded in Mishahda north of Baghdad killing an employee in the Ministry of Electricity and destroying his vehicle.

 

  • The Iraqi Minister of Migration and Displacement says the High Commission to Support the Displaced People hasn’t got its allocations from the government yet and is not able to do its duties because of that.

 

NINEWA

  • Local sources say a Coalition airstrike targeted a Mercedes sedan between Badoush and Boub Al-Sham west of Mosul. The airstrike burned the car completely and killed Daesh’s Wali of Mosul, Ibrahim Younes Abbawi.

 

  • A security source says Daesh executed the Sheikh of Luhaib tribe in south Mosul with his eldest son for refusing to pledge allegiance.

 

  • The Spokesman of the National Mobilization Forces says his forces are executing operations inside Mosul. He says 24 Turkish officers are training the NMFs and another shipment of weapons and ammunition will be delivered to them soon. He also says the Iraqi government armed two of their divisions with light and medium

 

  • The Shabak rep in the Iraqi Parliament says Shabak and Turkmen fighters are preparing to participate in Ninewa liberation battles but are suffering from lack of weapons, training and allocations.

 

  • A local source says Daesh terrorists started a campaign to remove all winged-bull statues from Mosul city.

 

  • A commander in the PMFs says Daesh terrorists are digging trenches all the way between the areas they control in Salahuddin and Mosul. He also says Daesh is preventing the people of Mosul from leaving the city for any reason. Ninewa GC says the Iraqi Air Force threw leaflets on Mosul promising people the liberation is coming.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of the coffee market in Mosul.
  • An official in the PUK says 46 Daesh terrorists were killed by the Peshmerga shelling on their hideouts in Mosul.

 

  • Daesh publishes a video about the results of a Coalition airstrike on Hay Adan in Mosul.

 

 

  • The Iraqi Parliament’s Mosul Fall Investigative Committee says it will submit its report to the Speaker next week if Maliki provided his written answers otherwise it will be postponed until July.

 

  • A source in the Peshmerga says a Daesh “mortar expert” responsible for many attacks on the Kurdish forces in Makhmur was killed after the Peshmerga raided the village where he was hiding. (video)

 

OTHER PROVINCES

  • A video of Daesh terrorists in Kirkuk.

 

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Algerian security sources say 4 Daesh leaders including the new Emir of Jund Al-Khilafa were killed during the Algerian Army’s operation on their hideouts in the east two weeks ago.

 

  • An Iraqi communist, who is also a Swedish citizen, pledges allegiance to Daesh.

And Daesh supporters defend him with their teeth.

 

  • Burkan Al-Furat Operations in Syria says civilians are leaving their houses and moving towards the Turkish borders after the Kurdish forces managed to liberate Mabrouka from Daesh. The BFO announces the western areas of Tal Abyadh as a military territory.

 

  • Daesh executes Afghani and Iranian prisoners in the Roman Theater in Tadmur.

And publishes photos of the old city.

 

  • Daesh publishes a photo of a machine gun they say they made.

 

  • A video of the fights between Daesh and Al-Nusra.

 

  • Daesh says Nader Abu Khaled, a terrorist from the Caucuses, arrived to Syria and pledged allegiance to Baghdadi through one of Baghdadi’s aides Abu Jihad Al-Shishani.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of the destruction after a Coalition airstrike on Tadmur.

And photos of the weapons they got from the Syrian regime’s army.

 

  • Moldovan police arrests 11 people including women and children who were trying to travel to Syria to join Daesh.

 

  • Daesh says Al-Shabab executed 4 men in Kenya accusing them of spying.

 

  • Daesh says its terrorists are distributing food on the families sieged by the Egyptian army in Sinai.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of a training camp in Benghazi.

And more photos from Nawfaliya.

 

 

  • Daesh twitter accounts of the day

 

https://twitter.com/SECUR1TY_EXPERT (Daesh IT)

 

https://twitter.com/isisnoisis

 

https://twitter.com/kilafa_17

 

https://twitter.com/t_y002zzs

 

https://twitter.com/dono00001_2

 

 

May 26, 2015

 

ANBAR

 

  • Iraqi Joint Operations Command announces the start of Anbar Liberation Operations.

Anbar battle has started (video).

The JOC also says the operations continue to liberate the areas around Baiji Refinery.

Daesh says its terrorists attacked the Iraqi forces cut their supply lines in west Baiji.

 

  • Iraqi MoD says the Joint Forces and the PMFs are surrounding Daesh in Anbar and that operations to liberate Anbar are going as planned.

 

  • Anbar Police Commander announces the start of Ramadi liberation from three sides (east, west and north). He says the tribal fighters and the PMFs will participate in the operations.

The APC also says the Iraqi forces surrounded Daesh terrorists inside Ramadi and “will not let them escape”.

Anbar Police Commander says the local police officers are rejoining the force in Habbaniya base and new regiments will be formed for them. He also says the delay in the salaries happened because there were 21,000 registered “ghost soldiers”.

However, an officer in Anbar Police says most of Anbar policemen refuse to rejoin their units because of the marginalization they face and because their salaries have not been paid.

 

  • A member of Anbar GC says the Iraqi forces cut all Daesh supply lines in south Ramadi. He also says the security forces and the PMFs are still arriving to Hsaiba (7 KMs east of Ramadi) preparing to liberate Ramadi.

The same GC member says there is no secret agreement between Anbar local governments and the Americans for an American intervention in Anbar and the local government reported all talks with the Americans to the Iraqi government.

Another member of Anbar GC says the Council issued instructions to its members not to interfere in the military operations in the governorate.

The Deputy Chairman of Anbar GC says Iraqi forces took over Al-Tash and Al-Ankour areas near Ramadi preparing for the upcoming operation to liberate the city.

Two local leaders from Ramadi say the operations are to liberate the surroundings of Ramadi and not the city itself.

  • Kata’eb Hezbollah says on Monday it managed to arrest hundreds of non-Iraq Daesh terrorists around

 

  • Iraqi Military Intelligence says 13 Daesh terrorists were killed and 2 of their vehicles were destroyed in rocket attacks the Harariyat area of Anbar.

 

  • A commander in the PMFs (Sunni) says the Iraqi forces managed to kill Daesh military leader in Qarma Hatem Al-Jumaili (aka Abu Mus’ab Al-Muhajer) and 14 other terrorists including 2 foreign terrorists in east Falluja. He also says Iraqi forces continue Qarma liberation battles supported by Badr Militia, Asa’eb Ahl Al-Haq and other

 

  • Falluja Police Commander says the Iraqi Joint Forces launched mortar attacks on 3 Daesh hideouts in the Zouba’ area near Ameriyat Al-Falluja and killed 15 Daesh

Daesh publishes photos of bombing the Iraqi forces in Ameriyat Al-Falluja.

And a video about Ramadi.

 

SALAHUDDIN

 

  • The PMFs announce the start of Labbyak Ya Hussein Operations to liberate north Salahuddin and north Anbar.

Badr Militia leader says the advance of the PMFs in the operations “exceeded the expectations” and Daesh terrorists are using the IEDs in a “losing way” to cover their retreat.

 

  • A source in the PMFs says the PMFs launched an attack on Daesh south of Thirthar Lake and managed to cut Daesh supply lines between Samarra and

 

  • Badr Militia says it managed to liberate 27 square KMs south west of Samarra and killed 70 Daesh terrorists and destroyed 9 of their vehicles.

Another source at Badr says 60 terrorists were killed in the operation and 120 IEDs and 16 booby-trapped houses were disassembled. He also says 4 ex-Baathist Daesh leaders were arrested.

The Spokesman of the PMFs says threat to Samarra has been removed and large number of terrorists escaped fled.

 

 

  • Iraqi MoD says Iraqi Army Aviation managed to kill Daesh’s “minister of war” in an airstrike in Salahuddin. The Ministry he used to be a general in Saddam’s army.

The Ministry also says the IAA destroyed an important Daesh communications center west of Dujail in Salahuddin and killed 17 terrorists.

  • A local source says Iraqi forces managed to liberate two thirds of Baiji District and Daesh terrorists are withdrawing to Al-Shirqat.

Daesh says it renovated the amusement park in Shirqat. (photos)

 

  • Iraqi MoD says Iraqi Army Aviation saved two PMFs wounded fighters in an airborne operation in Kassarat area, 80 km south of Tikrit.

 

  • Iraqi MoD says the 17th Infantry Brigade in the Iraqi Army advanced 4 km near Balad in Salahuddin killing 3 Daesh terrorists and destroying one vehicle and one booby-trapped house.

 

BAGHDAD

  • Iraqi Ministry of Displacement and Migration says it intends to establish a 500-tents camp for displaced families in Anbar near Bzaibiz crossroad.

 

  • A source in the Iraqi MoI says 2 people were killed and 6 injured when an IED exploded near a car dealership in the Basmaya area in south Baghdad.

Another source in the MoI says one civilian was killed and 5 injured when an IED exploded inside a bus in the Mashtal area in east Baghdad.

Another source says one civilian was killed and 6 injured in an IED explosion in downtown Baghdad.

The Iraqi Federal Police Commander says 4 Daesh terrorists were arrested in Samarra and 8 IEDs were disassembled in Baghdad.

The Security Committee in Baghdad GC says Baghdad is completely safe and the news about Daesh infiltration of Baghdad is just rumors appearing in advance of any major military operation against Daesh.

The Spokesman of As’eb Ahl Al-Haq says his troops’ goal is to secure Baghdad surroundings. He says some Daesh terrorists entered Baghdad as displaced people.

A security source says a Daesh sniper shot at an Iraqi Army checkpoint in Mishahda area in Tarmiya in north Baghdad killing one soldier and injuring 3.

Local sources say an IED exploded in Mada’en District in south Baghdad injuring one citizen.

Baghdad Center for Human Rights says 3 prisoners in Baghdad and one in Nasiriya died during last week because of negligence.

A security source says bodies of 3 men were found shot dead near Sadr City in Baghdad.

 

  • Daesh supporters say their sources inside the Green Zone in Baghdad told them that the American Central Command issued an order to withdraw all the American military advisors to Qatar and that the American Ambassador ordered to evacuated two thirds of the Embassy personnel.

 

  • Iraqi Council of Ministers decides to grant paid leave for all government employees who want to join the PMFs. The COMSEC also gives 10 days ultimatum for security personnel who left their positions otherwise they will be fired and sued.

 

  • The Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament says the Iraqi Army could disintegrate if there were no accountability and if no one got questioned for neglecting their jobs. He also says the PMFs are not an official force until the National Guard Law gets issued.

Iraqi MPs talk about differences among the political blocs regarding the NG Law. Shia MPs want to make the NG a more centralized force while Sunnis want it to report to the local government. Also, Shia MPS want to have 60% of the NG in Baghdad to be from Shia fighters while the Sunnis insist on equal percentages.

  • A source in the Iraqi MoD says PM Abadi issues orders to prevent soldiers from using their mobile phones during battles. The source says Daesh “feeds” on the information exchanged by phone between soldiers.

 

  • Iraqi MoD says it started to arm the Iraqi Army’s 16th Division in cooperation with the International Coalition after the Division finished its training. The 15th and the 16th Iraqi Army Divisions are within Ninewa Liberation Operations.

 

OTHER PROVINCES

 

  • Najaf Police says they arrested 4 suspected terrorists in different areas of the governorate.

 

  • The Spokesman of Saraya Al-Salam in Kerbala says their troops took over areas west of the governorate in order to secure its

 

  • Muthanna governor says a new operations command between the security forces and the PMFs was established in the governorate to secure its borders.

 

  • A security source says 2 PMFs fighters were killed and 3 injured when an IED exploded on their patrol in Abu Saida, north east of Baaquba in Diyala.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of its released terrorists from Al-Khales prison in Diyala.

 

KIRKUK

 

  • A security source says the Iraqi Army Aviation launched airstrikes on a Daesh convoy near Hawija in Kirkuk governorate killing and injuring 25 terrorists and destroying all their vehicles.

Another security source says 4 Daesh terrorists were killed while riding in a car bomb driven by a suicide bomber near Hawija Bridge.

A security source says the bodies of 2 men kidnapped recently by the militias were found in two different areas south of Kirkuk. One of the victims was a mosque imam and the other was a government employee.

 

NINEWA

 

  • A local source in Mosul says on Monday Daesh leader, Baghdadi, and two of his top aides arrived secretly to Mosul from Raqqa. He says Baghdadi appointed a Chinese terrorist as the leader of Daesh in Anbar and made several other changes in the local leaderships.
  • The Director of Mosul Journalists Network says Daesh executed Abdul Majeed Fareed who used to work as a driver for the Al-Iraqia TV Channel.

 

  • A local source in Mosul says a Coalition airstrike on the Abu Mariya area west of Mosul killed a Daesh commander called Mijbil Al-Luwaizi and 20 other terrorists. The source says that Luwaizi was the manager of Mosul Police Command before June 2014 and was appointed by Daesh as the commander of their military operations.

 

  • Kata’eb Al-Mosul says they shot and killed a Daesh terrorist near a fuel station in Hamdaniya.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of the restaurants in Mosul.

 

  • Local sources in Mosul say Daesh moved their training camps from the open areas on the outskirts of Mosul to inside the city. They say Daesh shortened the training period from 60 days to 45 days and are using halls inside the city (like social or cultural centers) for their meetings and trainings. They also say Daesh warned their terrorists not to move in groups of more than 3 vehicles.

SYRIA

 

  • The YPG says they liberated two villages from Daesh on the borders between Turkey and Syria and managed to enter Mabrouka town supported by heavy airstrikes from the Coalition cutting Daesh supply lines south of Sari Kanya. They also say the 15th Brigade of the Free Syrian Army has joined Burkan Al-Furat Operations Command that fights Daesh near Kobani.

Local activists say the Kurdish forces managed to stop two suicide attacks in the area.

 

  • 3 more people were killed by Daesh planted mines in Kobani Countryside.

 

  • Syrian News Agency says 140 Daesh terrorists were killed in an airstrike by the Syrian regime’s air force on Raqqa.

 

  • Daesh says that 10 women were killed in a Coalition airstrike on the road between Aleppo and Raqqa. Daesh also says they executed two suicide attacks on the Kurdish forces in Ras Al-Ain.

Daesh publishes photos of the airstrike in Raqqa.

 

  • A video of Daesh terrorists controlling

And videos of Daesh celebrations in Raqqa.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of the Phosphate mines they took over in Sawana village in Syria.

 

  • Daesh says its terrorists reached the Industrial City in Aleppo. (videos)

Libya

  • Daesh publishes photos of their public meetings in Syria and Libya.

And a new media post in Derna in Libya.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of its terrorists who were killed in Libya.

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Daesh issues a statement about their terrorist attack in Bushusha in Tunisia.

 

  • Daesh Arabic news. (Audio)

 

 

 

  • Pakistan Taliban’s statement about Daesh.

 

  • Daesh twitter accounts of the day

 

https://twitter.com/jordan__oday

 

https://twitter.com/katem3dola

 

https://twitter.com/gwerys32

 

 

May 23, 2015

 

Iraqi Federal Police Command repudiates the news about closing Doura District in South Baghdad and issuing a curfew there. He says Iraqi forces only implemented a routine search in one area in Doura.

The Spokesman of Baghdad Operations Command says Baghdad is safe and asks the citizens not to believe the rumors.

The Security and Defense Committee in the Iraqi Parliament announces the formation of a defense line in Baghdad belt and says the security forces prepared a new security plan in Baghdad. The Committee says “failed officials” are behind the rumors about Daesh terrorists permeating Baghdad. The Committee also expressed its concerns regarding Daesh’s sleeping cells inside Baghdad.

The leader of Badr militia, Hadi Al-Ameri, says Baghdad and Kerbala are in a “real danger” because of Ramadi fall.

Daesh publishes photos of an attack on an Iraqi convoy in Latifiya 35 KMs south of Baghdad.

Baghdad Operations Command says Iraqi forces killed 3 Daesh terrorists in Al-Ma’ameer area in South Baghdad and arrested a Daesh terrorist cell in Hor Al-Basha area in north Baghdad. Iraqi forces also raided an IEDs workshop in Baladiyat area in east Baghdad.

 

PM Abadi issues order to the all Iraqi government agencies to receive the displaced people from Anbar to provide them with all the necessities.

President Barzani says the KRG will allow all the displaced people from Anbar to enter Kurdistan without a guarantor.

A source in Anbar Operations Command says security forces, PMFs and tribal fighters managed to retake East Hsaiba from Daesh and kill Daesh’s Wali (governor) of the area.

Iraqi MoD says Iraqi Air Force launched several airstrikes on Daesh in Anbar.

A local source in Anbar says Daesh started to move their terrorists from Syria to Falluja after taking over Al-Waleed border from the Syrian forces.

Another source in AOC says Iraqi forces managed to stop a Daesh attack on Albu Khanfar area in Qarma and killed four suicide terrorists.

The KRG says the Peshmerga will not participate in Anbar liberation.

 

A video of the fights between the Iraqi forces and Daesh terrorists in Baiji Refinery.

Al-Nujanba’ Movement (a Shia militia) says it dissembled the IEDs planted around the refinery.

 

Jordanian Prime Minister says his government will give weapons to Iraqi Sunni tribes but only through the Iraqi government.

 

Daesh publishes videos about the battles in Ramadi.

Daesh publishes photos of the final exams in Kirkuk.

Vaccination campaign in Dir Al-Zor.

And tree planting in Falluja.

Daesh publishes photos of the attack on the Iraqi Army’s 8th Brigade in Ramadi last week.

And photos of the attack in Khaldiya.

Photos of Daesh flag over Tadmur historical castle.

Daesh publishes photos of an attack on the Libyan army in Benghazi.

Daesh publishes photos of 2 tanks and says its terrorist got them from the Libyan army in Sirte.

Nigerian Army says it killed dozens of Boko Haram terrorists and freed 20 hostages north east of the country.

Daesh publishes the names of its terrorists in Saudi prisons.

Al-Qaeda’s an anti-Daesh website

Daesh twitter accounts of the day

 

https://twitter.com/MsttWael

https://twitter.com/9saaaaaaaaaad1

https://twitter.com/mohamed_khames5

 

 

May 22, 2015    

 

  • Jazeera Operations Command says Daesh launched massive attack on Khasfa area in Haditha district in Anbar from three sides but the Iraqi forces supported by the PMFs and tribal fighters managed to stop the attack and killed 23 terrorists and destroyed 7 of their vehicles.

Daesh says the two suicide bombers who attacked the Iraqi forces in Khasfa were terrorists from France and publishes their photos.

Anbar GC asks the Iraqi government to send reinforcements to Al-Waleed border with Syria because the Iraqi forces there are not enough and Daesh controls the border from the Syrian side. A member of the GC said later the Iraqi forces evacuated the employees of Al-Waleed center and the center is still under the Iraqi forces control.

A source in Anbar Operations Command says 7 Daesh terrorists, including 3 suicide bombers, were killed when they attacked the Iraqi forces in Al-Rakaa’ border station near Al-Waleed center.

The Chairman of the Local Council in Parwana sub-district in Anbar warns Daesh terrorists are gathering in Hit with heavy weapons and equipment. He says the terrorists are preparing to attack Haditha west of Ramadi and asks the government to send urgent reinforcements.

A source in Anbar Operations Command says Daesh control the Haditha Asphalt Factory. He says Iraqi forces launched an attack to retake the factory and killed 9 Daesh terrorists and destroyed many of their vehicles.

  • Jazeera Operations Command says its forces supported by the Iraqi Army Aviation killed 25 Daesh terrorists and destroyed 10 car bombs in the 160 Kilo Area in Anbar desert.
  • The leader of Albu Fahad tribe says there was “an obvious treason” when security forces withdrew suddenly from East Hsaiba yesterday and led to Daesh control over 50% of the area.

The Spokesman of the Iraqi MoI denied the report and said the security forces killed 24 Daesh terrorists in Al-Qa’im (West Hsaiba).

Local officials say Daesh terrorists advanced to Albu Fahad and Al-Madheeq areas east of Ramadi after controlling East Hsaiba.

  • PM Abadi says what happened in Anbar was a security breach and Daesh didn’t achieve a strategic victory there. He says the forces withdrew without an order from him and an investigation is underway to the reasons.
  • Anbar GC asks PM Abadi and the security leaders to arrest and punish any security member who runs from the fights against Daesh.
  • A source in Anbar Police Command says a new wave of displacement from Anbar has started after Daesh took over more areas east of Ramadi. He says hundreds of families are walking in the desert towards Baghdad under severe weather conditions. He also says Daesh terrorists attacked the Iraqi forces in Al-Falahat area with three car bombs. The Iraqi forces killed two terrorists before they reach their goals but the third one managed to set off the bomb in his vehicle, killing and injuring many soldiers. He says the clashes are still ongoing in the area.

A member of Anbar GC says the Iraqi government closed Bziabiz crossroad again and prevented displaced families from entering Baghdad without giving any reasons.

Sources in Baghdad Operations Command say 1,500 families from Anbar were allowed to enter Baghdad but there are still thousands of families stuck in Bzaibiz.

  • A security source says the Iraqi Air Force launched heavy airstrikes on Daesh gatherings near Khaldiya east of Ramadi. He says Iraqi forces and the PMFs started to create sand barricades preparing for Daesh attacks.

A major from Anbar Police says Daesh terrorists control outposts east of Ramadi and became closer to Khaldiya. He says the terrorists controlled Al-Sidiqiya Bridge and are 500 meters away from the town. He also says the terrorists are bombing the town heavily.

The Spokesman of the IRAQI Joint Operations Command says the Iraqi forces control Khaldiya completely and the defense line is more than 4 KMs away west and north of the town.

  • A local source says dozens of Daesh supporters were killed in a Coalition airstrike on downtown Ramadi while they were gathering to pledge allegiance to Daesh leader.
  • An unidentified security source says Iraqi forces evacuated the families from the residential compound in Baghdadi town in Anbar after heavy bombing from Daesh. The source says Daesh might attack the town soon.
  • A Shia MP from Dawa says the Coalition mistakenly bombed Quwat Al-Shaheed Al-Sadr in Anbar killing and injuring many of their militia. The QSS is a Shia militia linked to Dawa party. It has 6,500 registered with the PMFs and 7,000 unregistered fighters in addition to 3,000 reserve fighters.
  • The General Secretary of the QSS says their Fursan Brigade, under the Command of Baghdad Operations, attacked Daesh in the Gypsum Factories area in Qarma and killed 7 Daesh terrorists and destroyed a booby-trapped oil tank. He also says his troops are moving ahead with the Iraqi Army’s 1st and 17th Divisions.

Baghdad Operations Command says Iraqi forces supported by Iraqi Army Aviation liberated areas east of Qarma and killed 27 Daesh terrorists including a Daesh military leader.

  • A source in the Iraqi MoI says the Minister of Interior replaced five local police commanders in Ramadi and sent them to military investigation. The Anbar Police Commander was also replaced, and sent to military investigation two days ago.
  • Local sources say 5 civilians, including 3 children, were killed and 4 injured in Coalition and Iraqi bombing on Albu Shiji crossroad in Falluja.
  • Local sources say 8 members of Kate’b Hezbollah were killed and 13 injured in a Katysha attack on their convoy near Mazraa’ area south east of Falluja.
  • A source in the PUK says the Iraqi Golden Division killed one of Baghdadi’s (Daesh leader) top advisors in Anbar. Adnan Latif Al-Dulaim (aka Abu Muhannad Al-Swaidawi) was a colonel in Saddam’s army and he was responsible for many terrorist attacks in Kirkuk.
  • A source in Anbar police says an 18 months old girl died in a displaced people camp in Samarra because of the high temperature in the camp.
  • A security source in Salahuddin says Daesh terrorists started to detonate the pipelines and the oil units in Baiji Refinery after the Iraqi forces managed to advance inside the refinery.
  • Daesh publishes photos of the fights in west Baiji.
  • An Iraqi Army Commander says 8,000 PMF fighters, including Saraya Al-Salam (the Sadrist militia), arrived in Samarra to participate in an operation in the Salahuddin desert. He says the operation will start in the coming days to secure the borders between Anbar and Salahuddin after Daesh recent activities in the area.
  • A source in Samarra Operations Command says the Iraqi forces supported by tribal fighters and the Iraqi Army Aviation launched a major operation to clear the road between Tikrit and Baiji.
  • A security source says the Iraqi forces killed 16 Daesh terrorists and destroyed 3 car bombs in an operation to clear Hawi Al-Hajjaj area in north Tikrit.

A source in Salahuddin Operations Command says 4 PMFs members were killed in a booby-trapped house in Hawi Al-Hajjaj.

  • Iraqi Federal Police say the police managed to destroy two Daesh boats and kill the terrorists inside them while they were trying to sneak to Al-Muhazzam area in north Tikrit.
  • Sistani rep in Kerbala says some military leaders are trying to break the will of the Iraqi soldiers in the battles and they should be replaced.
  • Iraqi Federal Police Command says a police force arrested two Daesh terrorists in Querish area in south Baghdad. He says one of the two terrorists is the leader of Daesh’s “sleeping cells” in south Baghdad.
  • A source in the Iraqi MoI says one person was killed and 5 injured when an IED exploded inside a small bus in Shaab area in north Baghdad.

Another source in the MoI says an employee in the Ministry of Finance was killed and his wife injured when a sticker IED exploded in their car in Bayya’ area in south Baghdad.

A third source in the MoI says one person was killed and 8 injured when an IED exploded near a popular market in Mada’en in south Baghdad.

A fourth source says one person was killed and 6 injured when an IED exploded near a sheep market in Suwaib area in south Baghdad.

A security source says 3 PMFs members injured when a sticker IED exploded in their car in Zaafaraniya area in south east Baghdad.

  • A member of Baghdad GC says Daesh terrorists, who came with the displaced families, started to use different tactics to confuse the security situation in Baghdad like armed robberies and other organized crime activities.
  • Iraqi Deputy PM Rowsh Shaways says Daesh is on Baghdad gates now. He also says the Iraqi army should be developed and the PMFs should join the security forces.
  • Iraqi Ministry of Migration and Displacement say 11,000 new families were registered as displaced families in Kerbala and Dhi Qar.
  • The Security Committee in Basra says a government employee who is on the terrorist list was arrested in Basra airport when he arrived from Baghdad. An investigation was opened to check how a wanted person could fly from Baghdad Airport.
  • The PMFs in Diyala say they will send around 2,000 fighters to Anbar. (Video)
  • A security source in Diyala says one civilian was killed and 3 were injured when an IED exploded inside a car in Qara Tappa town.
  • The Mayor of Muqdadiya District in Diyala says 4,600 displaced families returned to their houses in the villages in the north-east of the district. He also says the local government is trying to provide all the necessary services in those areas.
  • A local source in Kirkuk says Daesh ordered the men in Hawija to release their beards; otherwise they would be punished with 80 lashes. The source also says Daesh mobilized female “biters” whose job is to bite the women in the streets who don’t follow the Daesh dressing code.
  • A security source says 19 Daesh terrorists were killed and many of their vehicles destroyed in a precise airstrike on their convoy while they were trying to leave Hamdaniya District east of Mosul. The source says Daesh terrorists started to change their locations after the repeated airstrikes on their hideouts.
  • Local sources say Daesh allowed 3 companies to provide internet services in Mosul but the companies should pay monthly fees to Daesh. The sources also say the companies provided Daesh with names of all their subscribers enabling Daesh to spy on them. Daesh had cut the mobile phone and internet services in the city in February.
  • Local sources in Mosul say 50 people were killed and 75 injured and 20 houses destroyed when the Coalition bombed a Daesh weapons storehouse in a residential area west of Mosul.

Daesh published photos of the victims of the airstrike.

  • A source in the Peshmerga says the Coalition launched an airstrike on Daesh in Kaski and killed most of the terrorists in location. The source says the airstrike was based on exact information provided by the Peshmerga.
  • The sixth installment of an Iraqi journalist’s diaries about the heaven of Daesh in Mosul. The “journalist” used to be one of Saddam’s son’s reporters then joined the “resistance” and then went to Finland. He recently joined Daesh in Mosul and started to write his diaries. This time he writes about how good Daesh prisons are and how humanely they treat their prisoners.
  • 19 people were killed and 100 injured in a suicide attack on a Shia mosque in the Qateef area in Saudi Arabia. Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack and said the terrorist who bombed himself inside the mosque was called Abu Amer Al-Najdi. Daesh promised the Shia in Saudi Arabia with more “black days”.

Daesh also announced the establishment of Wilayah Najd.

  • Daesh supporters debate whether the Shia should be killed in Saudi Arabia or not. Of course they agree the Shia should be killed everywhere else.
  • Photos of Daesh terrorists in Sirte in Libya
  • The Kurdish forces (YPG) say they liberated 15 villages and killed 25 terrorists during the last 24 hours in Al-Jazeera in Syria.
  • Daesh publishes a video of executing a young Syrian man from A-Shai’tat tribe with an RPG rocket. The man was accused of killing 2 Daesh terrorists with the same weapon.
  • Daesh supporters asking while the “idols” in Tadumur in Syria are not destroyed yet.
  • Daesh publishes a video of the fight in Al-Sukhna town in Syria.
  • Daesh publishes a video of suicide bombers before the operations
  • Daesh publishes photos of destroying graves in Anbar
  • Daesh says Al-Shabab terrorists controlled a city in north east Kenya for hours and made speeches in some of its mosques before withdrawing.
  • Daesh Dabiq magazine in English

https://ia800306.us.archive.org/30/items/Dabiq9/Dabiq9.pdf

  • Daesh daily news page

https://dump.to/bPy

  • Daesh twitter accounts of the day

https://twitter.com/United_star_12

https://twitter.com/musslim___ISIS

https://twitter.com/579d20232e1a453

 

May 21, 2015

  • Salahuddin Operations Command says the Iraqi forces managed to enter Baiji refinery and merge with the Iraqi forces there after liberating the road to the refinery completely. The SOC also says many Daesh terrorists were killed in the operation.

The General Secretary of Asa’eb Ahl Al-Haq says the AAH and the SOC managed to break the siege on Baiji refinery and free 300 Iraqi soldiers who were trapped there.

Daesh denied the news about Baiji and says the Iraqi forces are still outside the refinery.

 

  • PM Abadi says in his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin Daesh control over Ramadi is temporary and it will end soon.

Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs says “unlike other countries we don’t put conditions on arming Iraq”. He also says Russia will meet all possible requests in order to make sure the Iraqi government is able to get rid of terrorism.

 

  • A security source says the Iraqi forces managed to advance in Al-Siniya town near Baiji and will liberate the town completely in the coming days. He also says Daesh terrorists started to escape from the areas north of Tikrit.

 

 

  • Iraqi MoD says the Iraqi forces killed 3 Daesh foreign terrorists in Qarma town north east of Falluja. The terrorists were from Syria, Somalia and Jordan. The Syrian terrorist Abu Abdullah Al-Shami was the military commander of Daesh in Qarma.

 

  • Iraqi MoD says thousands of PMFs fighters arrived to the Iraqi Army’s 1st Division’s sector in Qarma to participate in the liberation battle.

Iraqi MoD also says 25 Daesh terrorists including 2 snipers were killed and 14 Daesh hideouts were destroyed in addition to 5 booby-trapped houses and 20 IEDs in the ongoing operations in Qarma.

A member of Anbar GC says more reinforcements from the Iraqi security forces and PMFs are arriving to Khaldiya district in Anbar and preparing for the liberation battles.

Iraqi Minister of Defense visited the Iraqi forces in Habbaniya base in Khaldiya district and meets with the soldiers and the PMFs there.

A major in the Iraqi police says Daesh controlled Sheikh Masoud area near Khaldiya and advancing towards the town. He also says the Iraqi forces in Khaldiya are well prepared but there are no PMFs there.

 

  • A security source says dozens of Daesh terrorists were killed in an Iraqi Army Aviation airstrikes on different areas in Ramadi.

 

  • General Qassem Al-Mhmdi, Anbar Operations Commander, says he is going back to work after being injured last month. He also says AOC has prepared a comprehensive plan to liberate Anbar from Daesh.

 

  • Anbar Governor says the Iraqi forces supported by the PMFs and the tribal fighters are preparing to liberate Ramadi from the east and the south sides.

 

  • A source in the Iraqi Federal Police Command says the Federal Police destroyed two Daesh vehicles and killed the terrorists inside them in Khaldiya and Hsaiba areas north of Anbar.

Another source says the local police and the tribal fighters managed to stop a third attack on Hsaiba area east of Anbar.

A third source says Daesh terrorists managed to infiltrate Hsaiba and burn the guesthouse of a prominent leader of Albu Fahad tribe there.

The Chairman of Anbar GC says Daesh controlled Hsaiba and Albu Fahad beside Al-Tanif border center on the Syrian side.

Al-Suqoor Intelligence Cell in the Iraqi MoI says it got information about Daesh terrorists gathering in Hsaiba and coordinated airstrikes with the Iraqi Air Force killing and injuring 43 Daesh terrorists.

 

  • The Chairman of the Local Council in Baghdadi town asks the Iraqi government to send the Federal Police to the area because of “serious concerns” about the security situation.

 

  • An IED exploded in Al-Nassaf area east of Ramadi killing an entire displaced family, including two children, who were in their car heading to Baghdad.

 

  • Local sources say the Iraqi forces advanced in Juwaiba are south of Ramadi and managed to liberate the police station there. He also says the Iraqi forces will liberate Juwaiba and will move ahead to Sajjaria area.

 

  • A video of the Anbar displaced people on their way to Baghdad.

 

  • A photo of a 15 years old PMFs fighter who was killed in Anbar.

 

  • A video of Daesh terrorists torturing men from Anbar who refused to pledge allegiance to Baghdadi.

 

  • Iraqi MoD says a force from Salahuddin Operations killed two Daesh terrorists in a car bomb while they were trying to attack the Iraqi forces near Tikrit.

The MoD also says the Iraqi forces found a car bomb factory and two booby-trapped houses in Tikrit.

 

  • Iraqi MoD says the Coalition launched several airstrikes on Daesh terrorists in Baiji, Ramadi, Tal Afar, Mosul, Sharfuddin and Hawija. The MoD says the airstrikes killed 80 Daesh terrorists and destroyed many vehicles and hideouts.

 

  • A source in the Iraqi police says the police raided a house in Al-Ameen area east Baghdad looking for a suspect. The source say the man, who is a displaced person from Ramadi, was wearing a suicide belt opened fire and injured three policemen but the police managed to kill him.

Another source in the IP says armed men dressed as Iraqi soldiers in SUVs attacked a government employee in in Hay Al-Adel area west of Baghdad and stole around $140,000 worth of salaries he was carrying to his department.

A police officer says an IED exploded in Al-Ameen area east of Baghdad killing one civilian and injuring 6.

Another IED exploded in Tuwaitha area south east of Baghdad targeting a police patrol. One policeman was killed and four were injured. A third IED exploded in Doura area south of Baghdad killing one civilian and injuring 5.

A security source says a body of a man was found shot and dead in Doura area south of Baghdad.

Another security source says a member of the PMFs was found dead and his body was thrown on the road in Abu Ghrieb area in west Baghdad.

 

  • Deputy Prime Minster Saleh Al-Mutlaq says there are some “ineffective and corrupted” political powers inside the Iraqi Parliament who are trying to remove PM Abadi from his position. He also criticized the guarantor rule that prevents some of the displaced people from Anbar from entering other Iraqi cities.

 

  • A prominent Sunni politician says only 5% of Sunni Iraqi joined Daesh. He also says treating the displaced people from Anbar badly was one of the reasons more people are joining the terrorists.

 

  • The Security and Defense Committee in the Iraqi Parliament asks PM Abadi to extend the amnesty period one more month. Abadi gave the amnesty to the Iraqi security forces members who left their positions after Daesh attacks.

 

  • Diwaniya Police Commander says the police launched a campaign in the governorate and arrested 145 people wanted for terrorist and criminal charges.

 

  • The local government in Wasit says 170 displaced families arrived from Ramadi recently. They also say the men of the displaced families will join the PMFs according to the Wasit GC’s resolution.

 

  • Basra TV showed the confessions of three men who were arrested by the Iraqi Intelligence Service for financing Daesh. The men say they were caught trying to deposit 160,000 counterfeit US dollars in a local office in order to transfer the money to Daesh in Mosul. The men are from Basra and they say they joined Al-Qaeda in 2004 and participated in many terrorist activities in the city.

 

  • An official source says more than 10 families left their houses in Zaghniya near Abbara town in Diyala after the recent violence in the area. The sources say the situation calmed down after the security forces and the tribal leaders intervened.

 

  • A security source says an IED exploded near a Sunni Mosque in Muqdadiya in Diyala on Wednesday killing the Imam of the mosque and injuring two others.

 

  • A security source says an IED exploded on a patrol killing two policemen and injuring a commander in the PMFs in Buhruz town in Diyala.

 

  • Local sources say body of a school teacher was found in north Baaquba in Diyala. The teacher was kidnapped by the militias a month ago.

 

  • A security source in Kirkuk says Daesh informed the families of 12 young men Daesh “court” decided to execute their sons accusing them of joining or collaborating with the Iraqi security sources. Daesh also told the families not to have any funeral ceremonies. The men were taken by Daesh in areas west and south of Kirkuk.

 

  • The Security Committee in Kirkuk says it decided to close all the roads lead to areas under Daesh control including Hawija town and will not allow any movement of any kind on these roads.

 

  • Unconfirmed news says Daesh leader was hit in a Coalition airstrike in Mosul.

 

  • A source in Ninewa police says the Peshmerga reinforced their positions in the areas near of Mosul preparing for an attack from Daesh.

 

  • A local source says the Iraqi Army Aviation launched an airstrike on a weapon storehouse in the left side of Mosul city and killed 3 Daesh terrorists.

Iraqi MoD says the Army Aviation destroyed a Daesh oil refinery in Rayhaniya area in Tal Afar west of Mosul.

 

  • A local source in Mosul says Daesh destroyed the Minaret of Nabi Jirjees Shrine in Mosul. The Minaret was the last construction remaining from Nabi Jirjees Mosque was also destroyed by Daesh terrorists. The source says Daesh turned the Minaret area into a parking lot.

 

 

  • A local source says the Coalition launched an airstrike on a house used by Daesh as a weapon storehouse in Rifa’ area in the right side of Mosul. The source says the house belongs to a displaced family and many nearby houses were harmed by the explosions continued for some time after the airstrike.

 

  • A member of the Iraqi Parliament’s Investigative Committee about the fall of Mosul says the Committee will send questions to Iraqi Vice Presidents Maliki and Nujaifi and to the KRG President Barzani today and give them a week to answer the questions.

 

  • Daesh publishes photos of its terrorists destroying the façade of Al-Tahera Church, one of the oldest churches in Mosul.

 

  • Kurdish forces in Kobani in Syria say they killed 25 Daesh terrorists including one Emir in the southern and eastern areas of Kobani.

 

  • Military sources in Libya say 19 Libyan soldiers were killed during the last 24 hours in Benghazi. The Libyan forces launched an attack on the hideouts of the terrorists in Al-Laithi area.

 

  • Daesh publishes a photo of the Sudanese suicide bomber who attacked the Libyan forces in Burqa.

 

  • A Daesh twitter account says 250 suicide bombers will attack in Tripoli and Misrata in the coming hours.

 

  • A congratulations message from Daesh terrorists in Yemen about the fall of Ramadi.

 

 

  • Daesh says its terrorists controlled the road between Ejdabiya and Tubruq in Libya and publishes photos of the destruction of Ejdabiya’s eastern gate.

 

  • Daesh says it controlled one of Fajr Libya Group headquarters in Sirte in Libya.

 

  • Daesh documentation for their “citizens”.

 

  • Daesh vows to kill Egyptian judges and security men in revenge for six terrorists who were executed earlier this week.

 

  • Daesh issues a message to its terrorists in Somalia.

 

  • Daesh says its terrorists killed more than 90 Syrian soldiers in Homs countryside in Syria and gained 3 tanks and a lot of weapons and ammunitions and publishes photos of the fights.

 

  • A terrorist group from the Philippines pledged allegiance to Daesh.

 

  • The Algerian army says the new terrorist leader of Jund Al-Khilafa group pledged allegiance to Daesh was killed in the military operation against the terrorists east of the country.

 

 

  • Daesh says it controlled the entire city of Tadmur including the airport and the prison.

 

  • Videos about Daesh control on Tadmur city in Syria.

 

  • Daesh says its terrorists controlled the international road between Homs and Tadmur.

 

 

  • Daesh twitter accounts of the day

 

https://twitter.com/Jaljalt123

 

https://twitter.com/KhSaabkha2002

 

https://twitter.com/knfdnfvnfd