Between the Iraqi government and military data and the daily summary of the International Alliance Chamber, led by Washington, and what is happening on the ground in the city of Mosul is a clear difference. The battle, which Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said during his visit to the White House on March 20, is nearing the end. Iraqi leaders say they need another month of fighting because of the complexities they impose on the ground. In practice, the battle of Mosul ended on the morning of Monday, its 96th day, with 4600 hours of fighting, since its launch on October 17, including 59 days in the right coast, with 1300 hours of continuous fighting, according to reports from the Iraqi Army Operations Command , Led by General Abdul Amir Rashid Yaarallah, who was reinstated for his military efficiency and distancing himself from sectarian classification, especially in a battle of political and sectarian dimensions such as Mosul, an option that seemed acceptable to Washington, which runs the battle from heaven.
Ninety-one thousand fighters participated in the battle, 38,000 troops representing three ground divisions and an armored division of the Iraqi army, 9,000 from the counterterrorism apparatus, and 11,000 members of the Iraqi Federal Police. While the Peshmerga forces, which completed their mission in the plan on the borders of Baqiqa and Tailev and Bartla (eastern axis), by 7 thousand combat elements. The other forces distributed the formations of the rapid reaction forces, the local police and the militias of the "popular crowd", which distributed their components on the axis of Mosul and the city of Tal Afar, with the participation of units of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, described by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, according to the Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, military advisers, who agreed The government has them. Noting that these forces did not participate in a single battle, but instead adopted the rotation method in the attack plan, in a way that ensures that soldiers are not subject to fatigue, in the right guess of the military commanders who expected months of fierce battles. Internationally, there is a US Marine Logistics Support Battalion, a French Special Forces Task Force providing support, a record of direct involvement in a number of battles, as well as three artillery batteries and a smart coalition missile battalion. In the sky, five air weapons are involved in the support of the US, British, French, Canadian and Iraqi forces.