ISIS leaves Hawija, retreats to Mosul after receiving painful blows from F-16

F16 fighter jets file photo.
F16 fighter jets file photo.

( Baghdad – Joint Special Operations Command announced on Monday, that the F16 fighter jets have bombed sites and a bridge in Hawija to cut off ISIS supplies, asserting that the latter left Hawija and headed towards Sharqat and Mosul.

The command said in a statement issued today and received by “F16 warplanes carried out this evening painful strikes on ISIS headquarters and targets, pushing them to leave Hawija towards Sharqat and Mosul.”

The statement also added: “These aircraft also bombed Sadr al-Nahr Bridge northeast of Hawija and destroyed it completely,” noting that “the operation was based on accurate intelligence.”

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