Mosul is now Iraq’s civilian slaughterhouse, akin to Syria’s Aleppo.
All bridges of the city of Mosul crossing the Tigress River have been destroyed. Only one was destroyed by the Islamic State, the others were bombed by Coalition aircraft.
Bridge three was bombed on the 22nd and the thin iron bridge, the oldest in the city was badly damaged and put out of commission on the 24th of November.
The Iraqi Special Forces have taken some control of 12 out of the 152 neighborhoods in the city of Mosul.
The only medical services available to people isolated on the west side of Mosul is a makeshift Iraqi Army field clinic handling about 60 patients per day. Western Erbil surgical hospital is reporting 150 critical admissions per day.
The Iraqi government has not rescinded its order to its troops and to the people of Mosul to stay in their homes. This has caused the deaths of thousands of civilians.
The Iraqi government on the weekend passed legislation ordering the payment of Shiite Militias a full military salary and a pension.
Breaking all his promises to Turkey and the world not to mix Iran-backed Shia militants in the battle for Mosul, Shiite militias including the Iran-backed al-Hashed al-Shaabi have been ordered to enter Mosul and attack the Sunni Islamic State in the second largest city of Iraq.
Food and water shortages in Mosul are worse than ever.
Electricity is rarely available in the city. Keeping batteries charged is a challenge.
Because of damaged water pipes and sewers, clean water is not available to most people and the availability of stored tank water and well water is limited.
Water supplies are not safe without at least boiling however a lot of the supply has been contaminated with the pollution of war. Existing supplies may last ten days.
The Islamic State continues to slaughter civilians at its most alarming rate. It is running out of space to bury massive numbers of bodies.
Roughly 75,000 civilians have fled to quickly improvised tent camps from Nineveh province, about 24,000 from Mosul itself.
The Islamic State continues to tale ownership of Moslawi homes. They have been installing mortars, rocket launchers and placing snipers on the roof tops throughout the city.
Muhandiseen Park has become a firing squad’s killing field. Several groups of Moslawis have been taken there and mowed down with automatic weapons allegedly for providing assistance to the Iraqi ‘Golden Division’.
Human shielding of the terrorists continues. IS fighters have been rounding up hundreds of civilians which groups they use for embedding themselves into and forcing a march to get from place to place. Others are herded into buildings.
In all we estimate 85,000 civilians have lost their lives to violence in Mosul since June 6, 2014, including some 24,600 who died at the hands of IS murderers before the Iraqi government began its “liberation”; and about 12,000 missing from Hammam al-Alil, a large small city south of Mosul on the west bank of the Tigress.
That number of civilian deaths is growing at a terrifying rate as all fighters in the city lob hundreds of mortars, hundreds of rockets, dozens of artillery shells, and scores of bombs into the city where the Iraq government claims 1.5 million Iraqis live.
Canada’s COVID-19 Data for Read if you wish: Freedom Convoy: Taking risks greater than the COVID disease “Probably Canada has never seen this kind of mayhem before,” says harried police officer who while directing traffic in the bitter cold, worries … Read the full article →
A former Soviet operative contact in a media/source acquaintanceship with our editor, a source developed over decades, told FPMag‘s editor-in-chief that he felt like yelling our headline at, “the foolish Jens Stoltenberg (NATO) who continues to antagonize Moscow by repeating … Read the full article →
The repugnant Boris Johnson, a feminine-perspective: This slippery politician partied while the Queen mourned the loss of her husband. He breaks laws and lies about his offences. Boris Johnson lied about parties at 10 Downing Street that occurred while sweethearts … Read the full article →
Alberta, Canada Premier Jason Kenney is no fan of forcing needles into Canada’s arms. Last Thursday Premier Kenney said, “Common sense tells us that we are at the peak of supply chain constraints across North America, around the world, huge … Read the full article →
Drama: The US-controlled Five Eyes (FVEY) Nations of Australia, USA, UK, Canada, New Zealand, are pulling citizens, diplomatic families, some embassy staff, from Kiev in the Ukraine as American and Ukraine fighters ‘work the line’ against Donetsk PR and Luhansk … Read the full article →
Today the White House is discussing sending anywhere up to 50 thousand or more troops to Eastern Europe, starting small and scaling up, to challenge Russia. Sources in Washington DC, some of whom seem to be repeating newspaper articles but … Read the full article →
Global women’s rights group begins to warn families to make an emergency plan for earthquakes, typhoons, fires, and war. “In addition to threats of calamitous weather and seismic events, the leaders of North Korea, China, Russia, Iran and America are … Read the full article →
Several significant arguments have been raised during a weekend of protests around the world. In some instances the protests turned into riots consequently FPMag in seeking useful contributions to the COVID-19 Mandate debate did not find any evidence of substance … Read the full article →
The American deception leading to the Ukraine’s shelling of civilians in Donetsk and Luhansk with American artillery shells and weapons is all about saving America’s device for manipulation of Europe: NATO. What Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin say matter very … Read the full article →
“The thing that makes us back Biden,” say a leading group of feminists, “is that President Biden like no other is putting American families first and that is long overdue,” explains Michele Francis, a regional RINJ Foundation director who is … Read the full article →
‘Regardless of politicians, while you stand in line to get your vaccine dose, wear a respirator mask, and any other time you are near strangers or infected family members,’ summarizes the views of three doctors and seven nurses FPMag interviewed. … Read the full article →
“Amidst weather woes, Canada is getting some great news: a COVID-19 pill and an incipient but sustained drop in the massive daily active Omicron cases. The bad news is that COVID-19 hospitalizations are colossal, worst ever,” notes Kathy Poon, an … Read the full article →
Click image. Support Nuclear Disarmament and Demilitarization of Space. Join Voices.