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2017年03月02日

ISIS首領バクダーディーが敗北を認める

国際テロ組織「ダーイシュ(IS,イスラム国)」の首領、アブバクル・アリ・バグダチは演説のなかで先日の戦闘でダーイシュが敗北したことを認め、支持者らに対し山岳地帯に潜伏するよう呼びかけた。 「アルスマリア」TVがナイナワ県の消息筋からの情報として報じた。

「アブバクル・アリ・バグダチは自分の演説を『別れの演説』と呼び、これをダーイシュの活動普及者らの間に広め、組織内の状況を説明した。組織の活動普及者らはナイナワ県、イラクのほかの地域でダーイシュが敗北したと語り始めている。」

消息筋が 「アルスマリア」TVに対して語った。

これより前、イラク領内に位置する モスル市 西部にいた首領らが身の安全を図ろうと同市から逃亡していると報じられていた。

Sputnik2017/3/1  http://sptnkne.ws/dFdF
Al-Baghdadi's "Farewell" Decoy: Daesh 'Retreating to Regroup and Strike Again'

Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's "farewell sermon" does not mean that the war is over for the terrorist group. It is more likely that Daesh will use the pause to regroup and resupply its fighters, Iranian political analyst Emad Abshenass told Sputnik.

This July 5, 2014 photo shows an image grab taken from a propaganda video released by al-Furqan Media allegedly showing Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, aka Caliph Ibrahim, adressing Muslim worshippers at a mosque in the militant-held northern Iraqi city of Mosul

One shouldn't delude oneself into believing that Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi will lay down his arms, Emad Abshenass, an Iranian political analyst and editor-in-chief of Iran Press newspaper, says.

On Wednesday al-Baghdadi reportedly issued a statement called a "farewell address."

In his speech the leader of the terrorist group admitted that his organization had suffered defeat in recent clashes in Iraq, an independent Iraqi broadcaster Alsumaria News reported citing a source in Nineveh province.

"Calling his speech a farewell address, al-Baghdadi circulated it among Daesh preachers and explained what was going on with the group. The preachers started talking about the defeats Daesh is suffering in Nineveh province and other parts of Iraq," the source said.

The news came amid the Iraqi offensive on Mosul. On Monday, Mahmud al Surdji, a member of Iraq's Nineveh Plain Protection Units told Sputnik Arabic that the Iraqi government had restored its control over the highway connecting Mosul and the capital Baghdad.

"One shouldn't rely on the so-called 'farewell sermon' delivered by al-Baghdadi and believe that the terrorist groups' destructive activities have come to an end," Abshenass told Sputnik Persian.

"They still have plans to continue to carry out terrorist attacks in other regions. For starters they are likely to hide in inaccessible mountainous regions, and then they will take action," he said.

The Iranian journalist recalled that during the US occupation of Iraqi and Afghanistan terrorists went underground and continued to conduct their subversive operations. As it turned out the Americans failed to cope with the terror threat.

It appears that the history repeats itself, the political analyst noted. According to Abshenass, Daesh still poses a challenge to the US military in the region.

He believes that the only way to tackle the Daesh threat is to "use the strength and solidarity of the people" which know the area where the terrorists could be hiding.

Sputnik2017/3/1
Terrorists Take Flight! Daesh Chief Al-Baghdadi Allegedly Orders Retreat in Iraq

Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has acknowledged the terrorist group's defeat in Iraq, urging his supporters to take refuge in the country's mountainous regions, independent Iraqi news network Alsumaria reported.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the infamous terrorist group Daesh (ISIL/ISIS), gave a speech in which he admitted that his organization had suffered defeat in recent hostilities in Iraq, the independent Iraqi news network Alsumaria quoted a source in Nineveh province as saying on Wednesday.

Al-Baghdadi's speech came amid reports that Daesh commanders based in the western part of Iraq's Mosul are fleeing the city.

"Calling his speech a farewell address, al-Baghdadi circulated it among Daesh preachers and explained what was going on with the group. The preachers started talking about the defeats Daesh is suffering in Nineveh province and other parts of Iraq," the source said.

On Monday, Mahmud al Surdji, a representative of Iraq's Nineveh Plain Protection Units told Sputnik Arabic that government forces had taken full control of the highway connecting Mosul and the capital Baghdad.

According to him, forces from the 9th Armored Division have encircled the Daesh terrorists near Mosul's largest electric power plant, on the west bank of the Tigris River.

He said that later this week, the Iraqi army is planning to finish its operation to free the Wadi Hajar neighborhood.

He added that the liberation of this particular district will provide the army with access to other districts of the city which still remain under Daesh control.

Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, was captured by Daesh terrorists in June 2014. Iraqi and US-led coalition forces liberated the eastern part of the city in late January 2017, while its western part remains under terrorist control.

Last Sunday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi announced the start of operations to liberate the western part of the city.
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