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Official: ISIL Terrorists Backed by US in Kirkuk Offensive

(Fars News Agency) ~ Head of the security committee of Kirkuk Provincial Council Ali Musa Yadekar disclosed that the US helped the ISIL terrorists in launching attacks against Kirkuk on Friday.

The US planes transferred the ISIL terrorists from Hawijah to Leilan and Daqouq which are mountainous regions empty of security forces in Southern Kirkuk, Yadekar was quoted as saying by the Arabic website of Sputnik news agency on Monday.

Meantime, Ambassador of the International High Commission for Human Rights in the Middle-East Haitham Abu Saeed also said today that the Takfiri terrorists have fled from Mosul to Raqqa and Idlib in Syria with US support.

“The US is also pressuring the Iraqi government to stop Hashd al-Sha’abi (popular) forces’ participation in the Mosul Liberation Operations in a move to implement its plots in the region,” he added.

Their remarks came after one of the ISIL prisoners nabbed by Iraqi forces in Kirkuk confessed that Turkish airplanes brought them from Turkey and dropped them South of Kirkuk, near the village of Sari Tepe, security sources said.

“The Iraqi security forces have managed to arrest a number of terrorists who attacked Kirkuk province, after the militants blew up and struck governmental headquarters by suicide attacks and clashed with the security forces and the local people,” the security source said.

The source confirmed that “One of the prisoners admitted that Turkish planes brought them from Turkey and dropped them in an area South of Kirkuk, near the village of Sari Tepe”.

“The investigations are underway about the confessions of those terrorists for documentation purposes and to criminalize those who facilitated the terrorists’ infiltration into Kirkuk”, the source added.


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Daesh Terrorists Claim Transferred by Turkish Airplanes
from Turkey to Kirkuk

(Fars News Agency) ~ One of ISIL prisoners nabbed by Iraqi forces in Kirkuk confessed that Turkish airplanes brought them from Turkey and dropped them South of Kirkuk, near the village of Sari Tepe, security sources said.

The Iraqi security forces have managed to arrest a number of terrorists who attacked Kirkuk province, after the militants blew up and struck governmental headquarters by suicide attacks and clashed with the security forces and the local people,” the security source said, Badr News reported.

The source confirmed that “One of the prisoners admitted that Turkish planes brought them from Turkey and dropped them in an area South of Kirkuk, near the village of Sari Tepe”.

“The investigations are underway about the confessions of those terrorists for documentation purposes and to criminalize those who facilitated the terrorists’ infiltration into Kirkuk”, the source added.


RELATED:

Iraq: At Least 20 People Killed,
45 Injured in Airstrike in Kirkuk Province

(Fars News Agency) ~ An airstrike, which targeted a mourning procession in the town of Daquq, Iraqi Northern province of Kirkuk, left at least 20 people killed and 45 more injured, local media reported.

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According to the Shafaq News media outlet, the airstrike was mistakenly carried out by the US-led coalition while other media reports say the US air forces were responsible for the attack.

The incident occurred several hours after the ISIL attacked the city of Kirkuk as well as a power plant in the town of Dibis Northwest of Kirkuk.

The Kirkuk’s governor said police repelled the attack and militants had not captured any government buildings.


SOURCES:
Fars News Agency
Submitted by Cem Ertür 
War Press Info Network at :
https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2016/10/25/usa-kirkuk-crimes/
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