Undaunted ISIS, 1 mile outside Baghdad, killed 100s of Iraqi troops Sunday

Undaunted ISIS, 1 mile outside Baghdad, killed 100s of Iraqi troops Sunday

[Ed. – I’m sure Obama’s military advisors gave him flawed estimates of how much ISIS would be set back by the coalition air campaign.]

Fierce fighting has been reported on the outskirts of Baghdad where ISIS militants are attempting to seize control of the Iraqi capital – despite ongoing Western airstrikes against the terror group.

The fighting is taking place just one mile to the west of the city, with government forces desperately trying to hold off the militants, who allegedly killed up to 1,000 soldiers during clashes yesterday.

ISIS have held a number of towns and villages close to the Iraqi capital since earlier in the year, when government troops melted away following a lightning advance in the west of the country – enabling the terrorist group to seize further swaths of territory for their so-called caliphate. …

In a message he also posted on Facebook, Canon White had said: ‘The Islamic State are now within 10km of entering Baghdad. Over a 1000 Iraqi troops were killed by them yesterday, things are so bad. As I said all the military air strikes are doing nothing. If ever we needed your prayer it is now.’

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