Seeing destruction, abuse, killing, caused by Isis in Iraq, had generated a great deal of hatred against this cruel organization. Iraqi soldiers couldn't just watch their own land and citizens suffer that much, it was a moment when pain generated a greater power of will and courage to kick every single of the so called ISIS organization out. With a will of steel and fearless souls, the flame of liberating Iraq was burning pushing every soldier beyond every limit to make a change.
The head of the military campaign to liberate Iraq's Nineveh Province said on Saturday that more than 25,000 members of the ISIS organization had been killed in the battles for the liberation of Mosul over a period of nine months, according to "Russia Today".
During a military briefing on the liberation of the city of Mosul, the governor of Nineveh province, Yarallah said that the forces involved in the liberation of the city has killed more than 25 thousand of the organization "Daash", including more than 450 suicide bombers.
He pointed out that the Iraqi forces also managed to destroy 1247 car bombs, dropping 130 aircraft march to the organization and the destruction of more than 1500 different wheel for the gunmen.
He continued: "The liberation battles of the western and eastern sides of Mosul lasted about 9 months, with the participation of more than 100 thousand fighters from the army, the federal police, the fight against terrorism, and popular mobilization."
He pointed out that the battles of the eastern side lasted 101 days, while the fighting continued on the western side 142 days. The team said Yarallah that the liberated forces of the city of Mosul tried to combine the protection of civilians and the elimination of terrorists, pointing out that the leadership proved its potential at all levels.
This isn't the end but a beginning of a great a military awakening that will wipe out any enemy seeking to overtake an inch of the land of Iraq. Isis is not anymore the beast everyone feared, now they are a bunch of coward rats running from the soldiers of Iraq.