4 Out Of 5 ISIS Casualties In Fallujah Are Foreigners: Iraqi Media

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Eighty percent of the ISIS terrorists killed in the battle of Fallujah come from foreign countries, according to the director of Iraq’s al-Nakheel News Agency, Mohammad Ali al-Hakim.

He added that the terrorist group were supported by Israel and Saudi Arabia who are playing a key role in the destruction of Iraq.

Fars News Agency reports:

“The figures show that 80 percent of ISIL casualties in the Fallujah operations are foreigners,” Al-Hakim told FNA on Saturday.

He, meantime, said that the ISIL was born and supported by Tel Aviv and Riyadh and plays a central role in Israel and Saudi Arabia’s plot to destroy Iraq.

“We are currently fighting against several governments, including Israel and Saudi Arabia, and their spy agencies and their presence in Fallujah war is quite evident,” Al-Hakim added.

He said that the Iraqi joint forces have waged a full-fledged war against the ISIL in Fallujah and will win back the city soon.

On Saturday, the Iraqi army and popular forces took control of more districts near Fallujah from ISIL militants, getting ready to enter the key town.

Iraqi army troops and volunteer forces are ready to start the new phase of the military operation against the ISIL to take back the key town from the Takfiri terrorists.

According to Iraqi Federal Police Forces Commander Lieutenant General Raed Shaker Jawdat, the security forces have so far managed to evacuate 760 people, mostly women and children, from the Northern outskirts of the embattled city of Fallujah and moved them to a safe place away from the battlefield.

On Friday, the Iraqi military said that it had managed to evacuate 65 families, mostly women and children, from the eastern outskirts of the city.

ISIL Takfiri terrorists, who took control of Fallujah in early 2014, have prevented people from leaving the city.

Meanwhile, the Iraqi government have deployed at least 20,000 troops to fight against the terrorists in the ISIL-held city of Fallujah.

Iraqi forces on Monday began a military campaign to retake the ISIL stronghold of Fallujah and made considerable advances against Takfiri terrorists in recent days.

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