Wednesday, November 5, 2014

05 November 2014

A security source at the Anbar Operations Command has announced that more than 3,000 volunteers from all the Anbar tribes arrived today at the Ayn Al-Asad military base. The men are from the Ramadi tribes and from areas around Haditha, Anah, Rawa, and Al-Qa'im.
Also today, more than 1,500 fighters made their way from Haditha township to the base, bringing the total number of volunteers to 5,000 men. They were provided today with weapons and ammunition, and their training will continue for 10-15 days, after which the broad security campaign will be launched, with the participation of Iraqi air support.
Meanwhile, U.S. expert advisers are also at the military base and also at the Habbaniya base.|

Iraqi elite forces have entered Anbar today, to be deployed in the desert areas around Kubaisqa. Their mission is to disrupt and cut the ISIL supply routes across the desert .
Meanwhile, the Anbar Police Commander had previously announced that new sophisticated weapons and munitions have arrived in Anbar, with further equipment supplies expected.

A delegation from Babil Province arrived today in Amiriyat Al-Fallujah which lies on the Babil-Anbar border. The leader of the delegation told the municipal leader of Amiriyat Al-Fallujah that the areas tribes are ready to provide support in the confrontation with the armed groups.

In Fallujah today, a General Hospital source announced that 4 residents were killed and 9 were wounded by the indiscriminate bombardment of numerous residential districts in the city, in addition to the targeting of some government buildings.

Meanwhile, the humanitarian situation remains unchanged, with major shortages accompanying the drop in temperatures. 

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