Mosul Complete victory is coming just not any time soon

Bismillah ir-Rahman ir-Rahim 

On the morning of October 17, Iraqi Taghoût Prime Minister "Haider al-Abadi" announced the launch of the operation to recapture the Iraqi city of Mosul from the forces of the Khilafah.

Six months later, a Coalition of 68 nations went as far as to say that the offensive was “on or ahead of schedule.”  

Unsurprisingly, the Khilafah’s version of events read very differently. While its Diwan of media team produced yet another Hollywood-style movie, it conceded that it had faced a large offensive and is still remaining.

Indeed, while the so called experts were counting up their VBIED car bomb attacks at the end of the 56 minutes of terrifying combat and drone footage, it seemed that the Western 'local boots on the Ground' were no longer “on or ahead of schedule.” 

Before and afters to see the impact of guided car bombers...

Followed immediately by yet another guided car bomber...

It seems the forces of the Khilafah managed to absorb the momentum of the encroaching forces before subsequently "repelling” them.

More and more believe the Mosul offensive will never really end even if it falls.

While the #FakeMedia claimed they were vastly outmanned and outgunned, Mosul’s fall was already inevitable in "February".

In the meantime they invented and manufacture their own anti-tank launchers. No much details around about it for now..

Snipers in Western #Mosul are equipped with thermal scopes and target Iraqi army soldiers who are 100s of meters away, during the night.

No matter how much TV shows, newspapers headlining Mosul’s fall or social-media campaigns savvy the Global Coalition possesses, this is an unsavory #truth that its propaganda machine cannot spin: The forces of the Khilafah are remaining and they fight back.

Yesterday, for example, a fighter shot down an Iraqi army helicopter killing the crew.

But contrary to some might believe, Mosul’s fall or Raqqa's fall does not pose an existential threat to the Khilafah. For some time, it has been preparing for this very moment and other opportunities to come.

Following a May 2016 statement, directed at the Coalition, by late spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani. “Would we be defeated and you be victorious if you were to take Mosul or Sirte or Raqqa or even take all the cities and we were to return to our initial condition?” (“Certainly not!” was the answer he provided, in case you were wondering.)

The Caliphate won't downsize into an insurgency group simply because the world is vast enough. #Khorasan #Yemen #Sinai

The Caliphate is dealing with defeat but not by looking the other way. When, for example it lost Fallujah and Ramadi, Tikrit or Baji last year, it is launching huge counter-offensives up untill today causing death and destruction in the ranks of the Iraqi army. This situation is becoming UNSUSTAINABLE.

Losing it AGAIN would have strong reverberations for the Iraqi army, the Trump administration and the Coalition as such.

The Iraqi government prioritize short-term triumphalism over a long-term strategy inevitability nearing apocalypse.