Friday 15 May 2015
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi
Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi revealed that the next few hours will witness the battle settles in the city of Ramadi victory of the security forces and members of tribes that had withstood the attack by elements of the terrorist organization Daash the city center and a number of gray areas.
Ebadi said during a speech on Friday evening broadcast on Iraqi satellite channel and watched Radio tow that al Daash terrorist perish defeat in Anbar province, in front of the resilience and stability of the security forces and the loyal people of the tribes in Anbar, noting that the volunteers of the tribesmen and the army and the police are doing national duty towards their province and their country the best face before the terrorist attacks.
And on fighting in Baiji in Salahuddin province against al-Abadi Daash it announced that full liberalization of Baiji is close under the high morale which he has omitted the army and other militant factions.
He pointed out that the security forces and the popular crowd continue security operations in the hunt Daash in Baiji, which he said is the last fortress to them by the city of Mosul.
And about the events that took place recently between the city of Adhamiya Abadi said the government stood firmly engaged with full force to contain the strife caused by some ignorant people in the Adhamiya during the visit of Imam Musa al-Kazim (AS) on the anniversary of his martyrdom.
"I will not allow the repetition of such attacks on any Iraqi and under any pretext," he "will respond with full force for each attempt to crack the national front and national unity."
He called on the Prime Minister during his speech all Iraqis to unite behind the flag of Iraq, which should take precedence over all flags, while warning that it will respond with full force to attempts aimed to split the national ranks.
He said that "the unity of word and attitude and national unity is the most powerful weapon, so the enemy seeks to hit national unity," explaining that "we bet on the awareness of the Iraqi people to thwart any attempt to undermine its unity
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