Kurdish soldiers, supported by air strikes of the international coalition led by the United States, took over a hundred kilometers square to the jihadists of the Islamic State (ARS) in Iraq, Thursday 18 December a Pentagon official announced. The peshmergas say also broke the siege of Mount Sinjar, Northwest of the country near the Syrian border. The Kurdish autonomous region of Iraq forces had launched, Wednesday 17 December, a large-scale offensive intended to resume to the jihadists of the EIS to areas in the North of the country near the Syrian border. Sinjar is a large village of autonomous Kurdistan, which has a large population of yezidi Kurds followers of a religion inherited from Zoroastrianism. The EIS had attacked it in August, killing or removing several hundred of its members. The peshmergas had then fled before the advance of the EIS, abandoning the Yezidis to their fate. See the interactive visual: dramatic exile of tens of thousands of them Yezidisdes had taken refuge in the nearby mountains, where they had been besieged. They were rescued by Kurdish rebels from Turkey of party workers of Kurdistan (PKK), rival organization, which since have mounted a training camp on Mount Sinjar. «CONTINUE to hitting» it is precisely the fall of Sinjar that had led the Americans to begin their campaign of aerial bombardment. In total, 1 361 air raids were conducted since August 8. "My estimate is that Daesh [Arabic to speak of the EIS acronym] has been stopped and now they are trying to keep what they have. I think that they have difficulties in terms of communications and resupply,"said US general James Terry. "The key is to build something in the Iraqi army, to give him an offensive mindset, and we will continue to hit", he said, believing that the current pace of the bombing is suitable. The Iraqi leaders ask them, more strikes and heavy weapons. The U.S. Army announced more than 60 raids since Monday, including 45 to support the Kurdish forces, but without specifying the targeted sectors. Images broadcast by the autonomous Government of Kurdistan showed carcasses calcined vehicles of the EIS and the black flag of jihadists floating on abandoned positions. A manager has announced that several leaders of the Jihad organization were killed during these strikes. Read also: in November, Jihad has caused more than 5,000 deaths worldwide. You can read the following http://autopomoc.biz to read extra regarding this interesting matter.
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