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Re: ISIS growing stronger and more organised in Middle East

PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Jan 01, 2024 2:21 pm

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ERBIL (Kurdistan24) – The Kurdistan Region’s Ministry of Peshmerga Affairs on Monday called on the international Coalition against ISIS to help the region’s forces stop drone attacks from the outlawed groups, according to a statement

The ministry’s statement came a day after the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) announced two explosive drone strikes had hit a Peshmerga base in the Pirmam-Erbil area, resulting in material damages only.

“We call on the Iraqi government and Coalition against ISIS to help us in stopping these irresponsible attacks which only escalate chaos in the Region, Iraq, and the wider region,” according to the statement.

The Ministry said it reserves the right to respond appropriately.

Prime Minister Masrour Barzani on Sunday similarly called on Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’ Al-Sudani to take practical steps to punish and sanction the outlawed groups. The Iraqi premier launched a “comprehensive investigation” into the matter hours later.

"We know well the issues at play here and the outlaws behind them, and have a right to defend our people," Barzani said.

    The Kurdish premier said those use state money and weapons to "attack the Kurdistan Region, destabilize the whole of the country, and risk renewed conflict in a nation that has seen enough bloodshed.”
The KRG statement on early Saturday described the attack as "dangerous and provocative".

Kurdistan Region in recent months has come under increasing drone strikes, mostly targeting the Coalition against ISIS forces base.

In one such attack, at least three US service members were wounded, prompting a deadly US strike on an Iranian-backed group in Babylon governorate shortly after.

https://www.kurdistan24.net/en/story/33 ... ia-attacks
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PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Jan 29, 2024 9:59 pm

SDF carries out large-scale operation
By Wladimir van Wilgenburg

ERBIL (Kurdistan24) – The Press Office of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) on Monday said they carried out a large security operation in the countryside of Raqqa in order to restore stability after tribal infighting

The SDF said they launched the operation after a tribal conflict between the clans of al-Madlaj al-Dhahir and al-Jammasa, which were allegedly exploited by ISIS and Syrian Government cells.

The SDF said that the operation resulted in “the arrest of many criminal elements linked to ISIS terrorist cells and Syrian regime mercenaries. Quantities of weapons and ammunition were also seized.”

The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that on Jan. 27, the senate of Raqqa city organized a meeting with tribal leaders and military officials to stop the clan conflict between the two clans.

On Jan. 24, four people were killed in the clashes between the two clans in Raqqa.

The SDF liberated the city of Raqqa from ISIS in 2017 with the support of the US-led Coalition. Despite this, ISIS cells continue to operate in the region.

Furthermore, the Raqqa area has seen several rounds of tribal infighting, in which civilians have been killed.

https://www.kurdistan24.net/en/story/33 ... IS-capital

NOTE: the SDF have been releasing ISIS wives and families back to Raqqa which has strengthened ISIS
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PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed Jan 31, 2024 12:35 am

UNITAD head address ISIS atrocities

ERBIL (Kurdistan24) – Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein on Tuesday received Christian Ritscher, Special Adviser and Head of the UN Investigative Team to Promote Accountability for Crimes Committed by Daesh (UNITAD)

Hussein emphasized the team's historical significance in light of the violations committed by ISIS fighters in Iraq. He expressed his willingness, along with his ministry, to support the team until they successfully accomplish their mission in the country.

Ritscher, for his part, emphasized the significance of UNITAD's work on the crimes committed by ISIS. He also expressed gratitude to the Iraqi Foreign Minister for his support.

Although ISIS was eventually territorially defeated in Iraq and Syria in 2019, the terror group has survived and evolved into an insurgent group, launching sporadic hit-and-run attacks against Peshmerga, Iraqi and Syrian forces, in addition to civilian targets.

This contrasts sharply with when the terror group was at the height of its power, seizing advanced heavy weaponry and tanks from Western-backed Syrian rebels and the Iraqi Armed Forces. The group controlled a third of Iraq’s territorial landmass from 2014 to 2017.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri Feb 02, 2024 10:49 pm

21 ISIS captured in al-Hol
By Wladimir van Wilgenburg

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said on Friday that so far 21 ISIS suspects were captured during a large-scale joint operation in the al-Hol camp

The goal of the operation is to clean “the al-Hol camp from the ISIS terrorist cells and prevent the spreading of ISIS extremist ideologies in the future.”

The al-Hol camp hosts thousands of ISIS families, the majority of which women and children

Moreover, during the operation, numerous Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), mines, explosive materials, and tunnels were uncovered

“These procedures underscore the critical need for the timing of the third phase of Operation Humanity and Security to eliminate the terrorist threat within the camp, preventing ISIS from escalating its terrorist acts and creating a safer area for eastern Syria and the rest of the world,” the SDF said.

The SDF, with the support of the U.S.-led Coalition and the Syrian Kurdish Asayish, last week staged an operation in Syria’s notorious Al-Hol camp that hosts thousands of ISIS families.

According to a report of the European Commission's Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) humanitarian organisations are allowed to provide life-saving activities in Al-Hol, including healthcare, water, and bread distribution.

This while all other activities are suspended until further notice.

https://www.kurdistan24.net/en/story/33 ... ation:-SDF

21 ISIS captured in al-Hol camp !?!

What about the rest of the thousands of ISIS families !?!

Seems as though ISIS is a joke to SDF and US
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