Security troops cross the Euphrates for the first time .. and Daash transferred
Security troops cross the Euphrates for the first time .. and Daash transferred his weight to the east of Ramadi 2015/11/28
Joint forces crossed for the first time since the start of military operations last month in Ramadi, the Euphrates River after the liberation of one of the important bridges in the north of the city to continue growing by about approaching Alrmada.olkn center to reach that point does not mean the end of the battle with Daash.
Officials in Ramadi say the militants are present Daash heavily in the east of the city to which he moved the weight of regulation. And pay those areas, near Khalidiyah spend, price regulation loss in Ramadi. Khalidiya officials as one that says "militants whenever Daash lost position in Ramadi have increased their attacks on Khalidiya."
Conversely tribal leaders in Ramadi faces embarrassed to accommodate the growing number of volunteers from the people of the city to fight "Daash".
The total census fighters, along with government forces about four thousand people in Ramadi, while waiting for another fighter in 1000 to join their colleagues, bringing the total number of volunteers in Anbar to more than 10 thousand fighters.
Plan to increase volunteers
He says Ghassan Ithawi, one of the tribal leaders of the Volunteers, he receives daily increasing demands of gray sons to take part in the battles against Daash.
And confirms Ithawi, in connection with the (range) by saying, "We have begun to voluntarily fighters fighting in Ramadi has long months, and did not officially join or receive weapons and salaries."
After a formal plan recently launched by the Iraqi government, under pressure from the United States, officials Anbaraon says, he began to absorb a number of tribal fighters under the umbrella body the popular crowd.
He says the commander clan "in Ramadi, involved four thousand fighters of the sons of the tribes in the axes of four of the city, by a thousand fighters in the all conclusive," pointing out that "because of the increasing demands of the people of the city government has allowed adapting the 1500 fighter else in the gray."
And actually it began 500 volunteers, newly graduated within the meal, to fight alongside regular forces in the neighborhood of nationalization south west of Ramadi, which is witnessing fierce battles against Daash.
Ithawi asserts that "thousands of volunteers last meal, which we started two weeks ago, is also engaged but they are waiting for arming Athak the northern axis, which is the most important in the progress towards the center of Ramadi."
According to the new volunteer plan, there has become 5,500 fighters in Ramadi alone, along with three thousand fighters Almtozaah fighting in Anbar province on the axes. And it is preparing a new 2,000 volunteers to join the fighting in western Anbar areas. And so will exceed the total number of about 10 thousand fighters across the province.
Ghassan Ithawi asserts that "a group of Iraqi officers in charge of training tribal forces in Ramadi, and there is no foreign coaches." "The training of volunteers differs from the usual in the Iraqi military, it focuses on the morale and the use of guerrilla warfare and the streets."
The volunteers received after graduation light weapons such as Kalashnikov and PKC. He hopes the elders of Anbar increase the level of arming the sons of the tribes closer than their peers in the crowd who owns the tanks, missiles and aircraft also march. But tribal leaders rule out the Volunteers for the government due to lack of confidence in some tribes or fear of a repeat of weapons to leak Daash.
Coalescence axes for the first time
Field, Ithawi, who resides in the seam zones, says that "joint forces crossed the Euphrates River a few days ago for the first time from the northern part of the city."
And he was able to Iraqi forces, last week, the Liberation of Palestine bridge link between the western areas of Anbar and the city center.
And it confirms that the leader of the clan "Daash is now fully entrenched, making the river Fbor forces in the north of the city with a fuse in the west of Ramadi forces."
Ithawi attribute the delay in troops to cross the bridge to "heavy presence of militants Daash in areas near the bridge, as areas of the Po Po Diab and feather Jereche".
It should be the joint forces that go beyond those neighborhoods to get to the Anbar Operations Command and the websites of government central Ramadi.
In the meantime, security forces conducted combing areas in the 5 km west of Ramadi. The 5 kilometers from residential areas and the security forces have faced difficulty in control because it is located on high ground was used by the organization for the deployment of snipers as well as attempting to obstruct the progress liberated forces.
The fighters in the rapid reaction in Ramadi revealed their use of Russian rockets and American advanced to hit the car bombs that it can not be dealt with conventional weapons. As night began using cameras to detect the infiltration of militants Daash who tend to be suicide bombers and Angmasien.
Officials in Ramadi that confirms Daash controls an estimated area of 21 km of gray, and that most of the militants are suicide bombers.
Daash moves to Husaybah
Fahdawi says Ibrahim, head of the security committee in the district of Khalidiya, that "control of military forces on the city center will facilitate the elimination of Daash but it's not the end of the battles."
He explained Fahdawi in contact with the (range), that "the eastern regions of Husaybah, and Alsjarih, and Joabh, represent a major threat to the gray-Khalidiya, and includes the weight of Daash now, because it extended to Fallujah."
And calls on the security official to move quickly from the Japanese point of the bridge to surround those areas and cut off supplies of Fallujah, adding that "Daash targeting Khalidiya mortars and artillery, launched from areas occupied in the east of Ramadi, the more lost their positions in the city center."
Fahdawi attribute the delay in the resolution of the fighting in Ramadi to "intensity improvised explosive devices in roads and houses mined," pointing to "the lack of specialized agencies to dismantle explosive."
The security official confirms that "the dismantling of the home bomber takes a full hour, while it does not cost the dismantling of land mines more than ten minutes."