Kirkuk demands the liberation of Hawija before Tal Afar and call to arm the crowd


The leader of the Albu Hamdan tribe, Maitham al-Hamdani, Wednesday called on the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, Haider al-Abadi, to liberate Hawija before the liberation of Tal Afar and Raqqa. “We demand Mr. Abadi and the joint operations to free Hawija before the liberation of Tal Afar and before the liberation of Al-Raqqa in Syria and the island of Anbar,” Sheikh Maitham Ali Hussein al-Hamdani said in a statement read by Sky Press. “He is concerned about the transformation of Hawija into a base exploited by terrorism, Burma, Afghanistan and the Syrian territories. ” “Today we see our people dying of starvation and they have been trapped for a year and a half in areas south and west of Kirkuk.

They are subjected to daily death through assassinations, kidnappings, threats, absenteeism, and blowing up of homes by gangs,” he said. “We have great sacrifices and lost our children, brothers and relatives. Al-Hamdani called for “arming the Hawija crowd of the Popular Propaganda Organization with sophisticated and modern weapons that meet the need of the fighter before the next battles and to keep up with the arming of the rest of the crowd.” We have seven regiments for the Hawijah crowd distributed among the tribes of Jabour, Al-Ubaid, Abu Hamdan and residents of Kirkuk, And my field of treatment and Ajil and waiting for the hour of liberation that we hope to be today before tomorrow. “

“Today, a crowd of civilians from the province of Hawija and its environs, which includes 250 civilians who fled from Hawija to al-Hawija, Heights of Hamrin “. He added that “leaving an advocate Hawija increased the risks of security conditions and threats to Kirkuk and Salah al-Din and Diyala and Nineveh and even Sharqat west and Al-Tawz East,” noting that “the terrorist organization transferred $ 1 million through its elements in the area of the island to the province of Hawija south of Kirkuk and West for the purpose of distributing salaries For his fighters south and west of Kirkuk.”

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