The south-central holy Iraqi city of Najaf is fortifying its borders to prevent any potential inflow of terrorists
The south-central holy Iraqi city of Najaf is fortifying its borders to prevent any potential inflow by terrorists with the IS Takfiri group from Anbar Province and Saudi Arabia.
The province shares tens of kilometers of borders with Saudi Arabia and the Anbar province. At least one attempt by IS terrorists has been recorded over the past few months to infiltrate the holy city.
Commanders in the area said that ISis propaganda machine would most definitely portray even the most trivial assault on Najaf as a “strategic victory.”
The northern and western parts of Iraq have been in chaos since IS started its campaign of terror in early June 2014.