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Iraqi Parliament Asks Iranian General to help in a Joint Assault on ISIL

In their most brave operation against the Islamic state to date, Iraqi government forces propelled a huge scale military operation on Monday to recover Saddam Hussein’s main residence of Tikrit.

© AP Photo/ Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader

Since June 2014 Iraqi forces  attempted to retake Tikrit five times, falling flat every time. Then again, for this operation the Iraqi government amassed an impressive power of 20,000 troops, made up of customary armed force units, Shiite local armies and Sunni tribesmen. Be that as it may maybe the most noticeably bad news for IS terrorists is that the Iranian Islamic Revolution Guards Corps will be participating in the hostile drove by Quds Force Commander General Qassem Soleimani.


© AP PHOTO/ OFFICE OF THE IRANIAN SUPREME LEADER Then chief of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard’s Quds Force Gen. Ghasem Soleimani, third right, sits next to the commander of the Revolutionary Guard, Mohammad Ali Jafari, third left, in a meeting of the commanders of the Revolutionary Guard with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Tehran, Iran.

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