INTERNATIONAL OCCUPATION'S WARPLANES BOMBARD A MOSQUE NORTHEAST MOSUL
Fighter jets of the International Occupation forces have bombed al-Farouk Mosque, Friday night, northeast of the city of Mosul, Nineveh province, leaving many dead and wounded, meanwhile the leadership of these forces announced that they have launched 13 raid during the last seventy-two hours on different sites in Iraq.
According to press sources in Nineveh province; warplanes bombed the town of Ba'shiqah northeast of Mosul this evening, with three rockets, one of which hit al-Farouk Mosque amid the town, noting that columns of smoke were seen rising from the targeted places.
For their part, local sources said that there were deaths and injuries as a result of these attacks, indicating that the majority of them were civilians, as well as causing serious material damage to the mosque and other buildings which have been hit, but these sources didn't able to know the numbers of victims.
In a related context, the so-known "U.S Central Command" of the coalition forces has announced in a statement the implementation of thirteen airstrike on sites within Iraq over the past three days, the statement explained that the raids targeted numerous areas in the provinces Ta'mim, Nineveh and Anbar, pointing out that the two raids targeting two sites in northern Syria during the same period.