US troops explore surrounding grey Ramadi waiting for the zero hour
US troops explore surrounding grey waiting for the zero hour By: wab1
Date: Wednesday, 09-09-2015 01:03 am
Anbar Baghdad newsletter
Security sources said earlier in Anbar province, u.s. troops
Explored a number of eastern areas around Ramadi, (110 km) West of Baghdad, said that the coming few days will witness a "zero hour" for the liberation of the city from the control of organized elements (daash).
The source said that "American troops interviewed, a number of surrounding areas of gray in the eastern region of hasibh and Hill walk his hand and Sheikh Masood and khalidiyah," stating that "American forces inspected the pieces of police deployed in those areas." The source said on condition of anonymity, said American forces inspected by deploying military units and identify new areas to be monitored in the vicinity of Ramadi, tribal fighters provided a pictorial maps of Goa gatherings and organizational headquarters in Ramadi ", adding that" the next few days will be decisive for the zero hour and storm gray and edited Organization (daash). "
And the lion Brigade command said Brig. Hamad Abdul Razzak Al-dulaimi, the formation of a brigade of Anbar tribal fighters to rise up against "daash", and confirmed that it consists of 1,100 fighters, Prime Minister and Governor of Anbar in support.
Dulaimi said that "the lion Brigade was formed from 1,100 fighters from the sons of the tribes albonmer and walkbisat walbomhal slaves in the Baghdadi (90 km west of Ramadi)", stating that "these fighters from tribes to rise up against daash".
Dulaimi said that "brigade was formed with the aim of sharing security forces restore towns and areas dominated by organizing and keeping security daash after liberation," pointing out that "the Brigade fighters who participated in military operations alongside the army against daash in meal parwana and inflicted major damage management significant human and material losses".
Al-dulaimi, demanded Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, Governor of Anbar suhaib Al-Rawi "support Brigade weaponry and livelihoods and the allocation of salaries to fighters for the purpose of participating in the liberation of Western regions under the control of the organization."