Iraq army with tribal volunteers liberate two villages from ISIS


Iraq Army's Seventh Band, with the sponsorship of tribesmen, have freed two towns in Hit island in the western area of Anbar on Sunday from ISIS, a neighborhood media reported. 

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]Al-Mahboubiya and Al-Safakiya towns situated in the island on the Euphrates stream were recovered from ISIS and Iraqi banners were brought up in the freed zones. 

Maj. Gen Qassim al-Mohamadi, Head of Operation to Liberate Hit Island, said on Sunday that the "operation to free [Safakiya] town started in the wake of disposing of 37 unstable gadgets and 23 containers containing C-4 material." 

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In the mean time, a source told the nearby Al-Sumaria News that ISIS activists fled Mahboubiya after they caused monetary and human misfortunes. 

The operation to free the island, which had fallen under ISIS control since mid-2014, began three weeks prior. 

The operation was propelled as a hostile to retake Iraq's second biggest city – Mosul – looms.

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