Halbousi calls for pursuing terrorists in desert’s depth


20/2/2019 11:18:00
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Head of the Council of Representatives, Mohamed Halbousi condemned the criminal acts committed by members of the IS terrorists, which targeted unarmed civilians seeking their livelihood in the desert of Anbar province.

In a statement, Halbousi stressed the need to tighten the screws on the elements of the IS terrorists and to pursue them in their caves deep in the Western Sahara and eliminate them completely.

The Head of the Council of Representatives called on the civilians to not to enter the depth of desert desert areas far from the control of the security forces, and not become easy prey to terrorism, and to not make the situation more difficult for the security forces for stabilizing security and stability in the liberated areas.


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