- Wednesday 5, August 2015, At least 52 ISIL Takfiri terrorists have suffered from Iraq army aerial strikes in separate operations.
- Two among the killed militants were high ranking ISIL commanders.
- Iraq army continues to intensify war against the Islamist militants in the country’s crisis-hit western Anbar.
- The operations has also left 58 ISIL Takfiris with injuries from the aerial attacks.
- Iraqi military aircraft also destroyed nine arms depots, 22 armored vehicles and 14 cars belonging to ISIL extremists during the assaults.
On Wednesday, Iraqi jets bombarded ISIL hideouts in provinces of Anbar and Salahuddin, killing a large number of the Takfiris and destroying their vehicles.
A total of 52 ISIL extremist were killed when Iraq warplanes carried out precision strikes against the Takfiri militant’s hideouts in the city of Husaybah.
The city lies about 7 kilometers east of Anbar’s provincial capital of city of Ramadi.
The raid saw Iraq military aircraft destroy 9 arms depot, 22 armored vehicles and 14 vehicles belonging to the ISIL militants.
In yet another operation, more than 70 ISIL extremists were killed after the Iraq security personnel backed by fighters from the Popular Mobilization units carried a series of offensives in the two separate provinces.
During the operations, Iraq forces managed to defuse dozens of improvised explosive devices (IED).
According to the Commander of the First Regiment of Popular Mobilization units, Colonel Juma al-Jumaili, the offensive against the ISIL militants within the regions of al-Karmah which is located 48 kilometers west of capital, Baghdad to continue. On Wednesday, nine ISIL extremists were killed in this area in Iraq warplanes strikes.
Since June 2014, gruesome violence launched by ISIL has plagued the northern and western parts of Iraq. The militants took control of swathes of Iraq territory.
The ISIL Takfiri extremists group has been committing heinous crimes against all ethnic and religious groups in Iraq, including Shias, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Izadi Kurds and others.
Units of Iraq army soldiers coupled with volunteer fighters are seeking to win back militant-held regions in joint operations in the coming days.