Sunday, June 11, 2017

PD Member News Excerpts & Highlights Sunday AM 6-11-17

MrsClassy:    Is the killing of al-Baghdadi?

Security scene Sunday June 11, 2017

The newspaper "Mirror" British announced the news of the killing of the leader of the "Daesh" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, an air raid carried out by the Syrian military aviation yesterday on the city of Raqqa.

The newspaper said in its report followed the "Sky Press", "The leader of al-Baghdadi Abu Bakr Daesh killed Saturday airstrike in Syria, according to the reports have not been verified in the government and the Syrian media."

The newspaper pointed out that allegations of widespread allegations in the local media that al-Baghdadi, leader of the "Daesh" was killed in an air strike yesterday, adding that the media belonging to the militant organization published photographs showed the widespread destruction caused by shells and huge explosions rocked his stronghold in tenderness.
The United States raised earlier in the roof of the reward that had been monitored by the reward for information about al-Baghdadi more than doubled, and offered $ 25 million for information to help identify Baghdadi site or his arrest or conviction.

It is noteworthy that the recent evidence discovered through foreign and documentary films show that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, narrowly escaped capture in Iraq in 2013, before they unleash his army of militants, according to the Mirror.

So according to media and activists in social networking sites, Syrian television that the transfer of the story that the killing of "Baghdadi" in an air strike, did not issue any Syrian official confirmation.


MrsClassy:     News of the killing of al-Baghdadi aerial bombing in Syria

11/06/2017   It revealed the newspaper "Daily Mirror" British, on Sunday, in a report on the news confirms the killing of al Daesh terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi aerial bombing in Syria.

The newspaper wrote in its report: The leader of the terrorist Daesh Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed Saturday in an air raid in Syria, according to the reports have not been verified in the government and the Syrian media.

Earlier in Washington it raised the reward that had been monitored by the reward for information about al-Baghdadi more than doubled, as it offered $ 25 million for information to help locate or arrest or conviction.

And "Ibrahim Awwad Ibrahim Ali al-Badri al-Samarrai," or as it is called Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the leader of Daesh for Aarhabiy in Iraq, nicknamed the so-called "Emir of the Islamic State of Iraq", the declaration of unity between the Islamic State of Iraq and the front support of the people of Syria in Syria under the name of the organization of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Daesh), after registration was issued to respond to this announcement by the Prince Front victory (Abu Mohammed Joulani) it came not to support this declaration.

On October 4, 2011 US State Department announced that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is a global terrorist, especially after the terrorist attacks that called for it. And it announced a reward of $ 10 million reward for information leading to the arrest or kill him.

On June 29, 2014, Daesh terrorist in Iraq and the Levant, the so-called "Islamic state", and the monument Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced a successor.


MrsClassy:    British newspaper announces the death of "al-Baghdadi," an air strike in Syria

BAGHDAD (Reuters) -   Announced that the newspaper "Daily Mirror" British, on Sunday, killing the leader of the "Daesh" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi aerial bombing in Syria.

The newspaper said in a report seen by the «Journal News» on Sunday that "the leader of the organization (Daesh) Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, were killed on Saturday an air raid in Syria, according to the reports have not been verified in the government and the Syrian media."

For his part, Syrian television, the killing of the terrorist "Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi," an air raid in the Syrian tenderness.

The United States has $ 25 million for information to help locate the "Baghdadi" or his arrest.

MrsClassy:    Russia says tells U.S. not to strike Syrian pro-government forces again

Posted on June 11, 2017   MOSCOW,— Russia said on Saturday it had told the United States it was unacceptable for Washington to strike pro-government forces in Syria after the U.S. military carried out an air strike on pro-Assad militia last month.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov relayed the message to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in a phone call on Saturday initiated by the U.S. side, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

U.S. officials told Reuters last month that the U.S. military carried out the air strike against militia supported by the government of President Bashar al-Assad which it said posed a threat to U.S. forces and U.S.-backed Syrian fighters in the country’s south.

Russia said at the time that the U.S. action would hamper efforts to find a political solution to the conflict and had violated the sovereignty of Syria, one of Russia’s closest Middle East allies.

“Lavrov expressed his categorical disagreement with the U.S. strikes on pro-government forces and called on him to take concrete measures to prevent similar incidents in future,” the ministry said.

The two men had also exchanged assessments of the situation in Syria, it added, and confirmed their desire to step up co-operation to try to end the conflict there.

The ministry said Lavrov and Tillerson had also discussed the need to try to mend the rift between Qatar and other Arab nations through negotiations, and had talked about the state of U.S.-Russia relations and planned meetings between officials from the two countries.


Blessed2017:   Wow, AL-BAG killed again, praying its true this time for this is his 10th life!  More than a cat lol


MrsClassy:    Saturday, June 10, 2017    Mosul Campaign Day 236 Jun 9 2017
​Destruction wrought by fighting in Zinjali, West Mosul (AFP)

The Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) freed the second neighborhood in their final push on Mosul. The Federal Police announced that Zinjali was finally liberated. The ISF were also moving on Shifa where there has been no real progress so far. With this victory, there is just Shifa and the large Old Mosul district left under Islamic State control.

At the start of the new offensive the ISF made a push into the Shifa medical district, but got ambushed by IS and were forced out. The Old City has held up the police for four months now.

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MrsClassy:    Iraqi forces invade western Mosul’s Old City: military media

by Mohamed Mostafa Jun 11, 2017, 2:56 pm

Iraqi rapid response forces gather during a battle against Islamic State militants in Mosul, Iraq May 20, 2017. REUTERS/Ari Jalal
​Mosul (IraqiNews.com) Iraqi government troops began Sunday the invasion of western Mosul’s Old City district, the last Is bastion in the region, military media reported.

​The Defense Ministry’s War Media Cell said the army’s 9th division consummated the recapture of Zanjili district from the south, and invaded Bab Sinjar, one of the entrances of the Old City, the medieval area home to the Grand Nuri Mosque, the place where IS supreme leader proclaimed the group’s rule in Iraq in 2014. 
Iraqi troops recaptured Zanjili on Saturday and made incursions in neighboring al-Shifa district, killing dozens of militants and destroying several combat  equipment. Both were the last regions remaining under IS control around the Old City.

​Commanders from the Iraqi leadership and the allied U.S.-led coalition say there are less than 1000 fighters remaining in the Old City, but holding at least 200.000 civilians captives in dire conditions and shooting dead those who attempt to flee.

Iraqi government forces recaptured eastern Mosul in January after three months of fighting, and aimed at the western side of the city starting February 19th.

The conflict has displaced at least 800.000 civilians since the start of the campaign to retake the city in October, according to Iraqi migration authorities’ figures.


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