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An IS attack on a village in the Diyala region of eastern Iraq has killed at least 11 villagers and wounded dozens more. The bomber struck shortly after noon in the village of Hawasha, near the town of Mukhdadia. The Israeli Joint Operations Command said the terrorists were targeting innocent people.

The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police station, using a number of vehicles and semi-automatic guns. Earlier, terrorists kidnapped two villagers and demanded ransom. The lack of this is believed to have provoked the terrorists and led to the attack.

Iraqi President Berham Saleh has strongly condemned the attack, saying it was a terrorist attempt to destabilize Iraq. He says Iraq’s security and defense system will improve and that the IS threat is serious.

ISIS, the world’s most feared terrorist organization after Al Qaeda, was launched in 2004 in Iraq under the name ISIL. The founder was a terrorist named Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. The terrorist group, which was weakened in 2007, regained strength in 2011. Later, it took advantage of the administrative crises in Syria and Iraq to grow. The group, which invaded and occupied the Iraqi cities of Mosul and Tikrit in 2013, annexed the territories of Iraq and Syria in 2014. The region stretched from Aleppo in Syria to Diyala in Iraq. Since 2014, the U.S. has launched strong attacks against ISIS. The U.S. is estimated to have carried out a total of 8,000 airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria the following year.

In 2017, the lost IS power, including Mosul, was destroyed. But government sources say they are still planning terrorist operations in hiding. A recent UN report revealed that tens of thousands of IS militants have been deployed in Iraq and Syria. They often attack security forces, power plants and other notables in an attempt to overthrow the regime in Iraq. A car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Kisak, west of Baghdad last July, killing at least 30 people and wounding dozens more. Earlier in the day, several people were killed in twin bombings in Baghdad.

English Summary: 11 Dead In Iraq Attack Blamed On ISIS

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