The Al-Abbas's (p) fighting squad opens its camps to train the Mosul young to prepare five thousand fighters of its militia for the battle to liberate Tal-'afar

The Al-Abbas's (p) fighting squad started training a number of young volunteers from Mosul in preparation for the battle to liberate their city from the control of the terrorist gangs. The Squad media explained in its press release: "The academy of the Al-Abbas's (p) Squad in the holy city of Karbala and its camps scattered in eleven provinces, have received a number of the youth of Mosul province to train and prepare them to participate in the decisive battle to liberate their city from the control of ISIL terrorist gangs."

Adding: "The Squad has the willingness to cooperate with the concerned security authorities in order to rehabilitate more volunteers and train them on the fight and the use of weapons, as well as how to deal with streets war."

On the other hand, the squad leadership has directed its representatives in the province to prepare five thousand of its fighters in preparation for the battle to liberate Tall-'Afar district, expressing its willingness to embrace the preparation of a brigade of the Turkmen in order to provide the support for the security forces, if they provide them with government salaries. The Squad media has also stressed that the first indicators show that the forces of the holy shrines will represent the key pillar upon which the military leaderships and the board of the popular mobilization will rely in the liberation of Tal-'Afar district.

It is noteworthy that the leadership of the Al-Abbas's (p) fighting squad has intensified in the last days its meetings with the security and military leaderships in preparation to begin the Mosul liberation operation. This comes at a time when the general supervisor of the Al-Abbas's (p) fighting squad; Mr. Maytham Al-Zaydi, has announced last week during his visit to Balad district getting the official approvals for the participation of the Al-Abbas's (p) squad in the liberation of Tal-'Afar district.
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