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Thousands of Sunni Arabs from Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, escaped to Erbil at the end of the summer when the militants of the self-proclaimed Islamic State first overran the … Continue reading
Click here to view or download the Full Map PDF file 1 On March 20, a Bani Qais tribal leader stated that ISIS had surrounded the Zaraa area, south … Continue reading
#Daeshbags are now donning female clothing to try and get past road blocks and leave ISIS infested areas. Many are fleeing from ISIS after waking up to the realities, some are possible spies, and others are still devoted to ISIS and trying to leave Tikrit before Iraqi troops reclaim the town.
Iraqi forces entered Tikrit for the first time Wednesday from the north and south. On Friday, they waged fierce battles to secure the neighborhood of Qadisiyya and lobbed mortar shells and rockets into the city center, still in the hands of IS militants. Iraqi military officials have said they expect to reach central Tikrit in two to three days.
They are working on not just winning the battle, but securing the peace. Members of the Badr organization, a powerful Shiite armed group, handed out food and supplies Friday to residents of the Sunni village of Albu Safah, whose 30 families have been holed up the last 10 months amid the fighting.
The village’s leader, Haji Jamid, said the Shiite fighters’ efforts were working.
“They’re good,” Jamid said. “If someone is sick, they’ll take them to the doctor, even at 2 or 3 in the morning.
“If it weren’t for them, ISIS would have slaughtered us.”
Iraqi officials have shown the BBC videos that they say confirm Islamic State militants are using chlorine gas in some crude home-made bombs.
Of all the allies that Iraqi forces might work with to defeat the Islamic State, the Jubbour tribe would seem to be among the most ideal.
Its members are powerful, pro-government and eager to take on the jihadists. But for Shiite leaders in Baghdad, there was one problem: the Jubbour tribesmen are Sunnis — and from an area where local tribes have collaborated with the Islamic State.
Listen to the Story All Things Considered 4 min 33 sec Playlist Download Transcript Citizens of Dhuluiyah, Iraq, must take boats to get in an out, since one of the … Continue reading
The Jabbour tribe, which has turned against the Islamic State, were guarding a line in the town’s north. After an exchange of fire, they were surprised to see Islamic State fighters retreating from their position about 150 yards away.
Suddenly there was a boom in the area the extremists had just vacated, said Lt. Khairalla al-Jabbouri, 31, one of the survivors. “It was a strange explosion. We saw a yellow smoke in the sky,” he said. The wind carried the fog toward their lines. The men say it hung close to the ground, consistent with the properties of chlorine gas, which is heavier than air.
“I felt suffocated,” Jabbouri recalled. “I was throwing up and couldn’t breathe.”