Battle for Fallujah begins

The Iraqi army has begun its advance on the ISIS stronghold of Fallujah after the US-led coalition pounded terrorist positions with constant airstrikes over four days.

Among the terrorists killed, was the area’s commander, who was one of 70 jihadis killed in the airstrikes.

More than 50,000 civilians are being held hostage by ISIS as the Iraqi army encircles the jihadi stronghold.

Among those killed in the airstrike was Maher Al-Bilawi, who is the commander of all ISIS forces in the city.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Will the Iraqi soldiers drop their weapons and run away again?

    • There is nothing better than to see the Sunnis and Shiites killing each other.

      Let the games begin.

  • The Butterfly

    I thought Obama ended the war in Iraq.

    • Jaedo Drax

      He did, but like most wars for the last 70 years, he neglected to take into account that the other side gets a vote too.

  • Jaedo Drax

    the title is missing “Again”

  • Hard Little Machine

    Obama’s air force and 30,000 Iraqi troops will eventually defeat 750 ISIS dudes.

    • simus1

      In the middle east a mob with rifles completely understands the bribes part.
      It’s the rest of the deal that requires careful prolonged explanations and lots of coffee and cigarettes. By that time it’s too hot to do much fighting.

    • Kill 750 ISIS dudes. So what? Islam will produce lots more.