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02 January 2017

The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) Jordanian Chief of Staff Lieut.-Gen. Mahmoud Freihat: ISIS Controls Refugee Camps in Jordan; By the End of 2017, ISIS Will be in its Final Stages Lieutenant-General Mahmoud Freihat, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Jordanian military, said that the Rukban and Hadallat refugee camps in northern Jordan, on its border with Syria, were controlled by ISIS. According to Freihat, however, "tangible progress" had been made in the fight against ISIS, and he said that he was "optimistic that by the end of 2017, ISIS will be in its final stages." Freihat, who was speaking in an in-depth interview on BBC Arabic on December 31, discussed other challenges facing Jordan, including the danger posed by the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) in Iraq, which, he said, started in Diyala, on the Iranian border, now controls the vital airport area of Tal Afar, and strives to "push on until they reach Lebanon, through Syrian soil."


Jordanian Chief of Staff Lieut.-Gen. Mahmoud Freihat: ISIS Controls Refugee Camps in Jordan; By the End of 2017, ISIS Will be in its Final Stages Lieutenant-General Mahmoud Freihat, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Jordanian military, said that the Rukban and Hadallat refugee camps in northern Jordan, on its border with Syria, were controlled by ISIS. According to Freihat, however, "tangible progress" had been made in the fight against ISIS, and he said that he was "optimistic that by the end of 2017, ISIS will be in its final stages." Freihat, who was speaking in an in-depth interview on BBC Arabic on December 31, discussed other challenges facing Jordan, including the danger posed by the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) in Iraq, which, he said, started in Diyala, on the Iranian border, now controls the vital airport area of Tal Afar, and strives to "push on until they reach Lebanon, through Syrian soil." The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) Why doesn't any care that Arabs have kept their own people in "Refugee Camps" for over 65 years?

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