Iraq Prepares Parade in Celebration of Scheduled Victory Over ISIS

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Thanks in part to help from the United States (that finally decided, it appears, to tame the beast they helped, in part, to fund), the Kurds (the same people Iraq is now attacking), the Russians, and the Iranians (who seem to be positioning themselves to be the puppet masters of Iraq), the Iraqi military is getting ready to declare victory over ISIS, possibly this week, possibly December 9th.  They even have a parade scheduled.  Yay parades.

Iraq to announce final victory against Islamic State, next week

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Iraqi authorities will declare final victory over Islamic State in a military parade on December 9, a senior security source was quoted saying.

“The parade by the Iraqi armed forces, represented by the federal police, army and popular units, will take place on Saturday, during which, the victory against Islamic State and terrorism will be declared,” the source told the Russian Novosti agency.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said during a weekly press briefing in November that his country has defeated Islamic State over the military level, but will declare final victory after desert areas are purged of militants.

Iraqi forces, backed by a U.S.-led coalition and paramilitary troops, have been fighting since October 2016 to retake territories Islamic State had occupied. Since then, forces took back the group’s former capital, Mosul, the town of Tal Afar, Kirkuk’s Hawija, and Anbar’s Annah, Rawa and Qaim.

In July, Abadi declared victory over Islamic State militants who had held the second largest Iraqi city since 2014. More than 25,000 militants were killed throughout the campaign.


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