Federal Police snipers kill 9 ISIS members near Mosul

A sniper. Representational photo.
A sniper. Representational photo.

Nineveh ( Federal Police Command announced killing nine members of the Islamic State extremist group by its snipers’ fire, south of Mosul.

Federal Police Chief, Raed Shakir Jawdat, said in a press statement, “Today, Federal Police’s snipers regiment killed nine members of the Islamic State group in the outskirt of Umm al-Masa’id village.”

“Security forces also discovered a cache of weapons containing 6 improvised explosive devices, 134 mortar missiles, 11 rockets and 32 RBG missiles, west of Hamam al-Alil,” Jawdat added.

Joint security forces backed by Army Aviation and international coalition forces continue exercising efforts to retake the city of Mosul from the ISIS grip, within the offensive that was launched on October 2016, after the announcement of General Commander of Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi.


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  1. The TAK really needs to back off with these kinds of attacks. They only destroy any
    confidence the American People have in them. The TAK will get their own country in time – they are being well represented in the battle for Mosul and that will lead to a
    base for other nations to support their independence. Turkey needs to back off and
    recognize the TAK people and their independence. If Turkey does not, then all out WAR between the Turkish Army and the TAK will take place within 10 yrs. GRAYFOX42

  2. I really hope we can finalize this asap, You are doing fine as the prince of darkness has broken contact he must be running, well done

  3. My Husband is out there fighting against these forces. ..I cover alk those against the evil enemies of God with the blood of JESUS. ..

  4. 9 down, many to go….like Homeland Security Says, if you see something say something people….every little bit of information helps.

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