The Iraqi government is building a concrete wall on its border with Syria to stop the infiltration of Daesh terrorists into their country, international media reported.
According to information released this Sunday by an Iraqi military source, without revealing more details about the length of the wall once completed.
However, it revealed that the first segment of the wall, which is about ten kilometers long and 3.5 meters high, has been erected in the Sinjar district of Nineveh province.
In turn, the opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (OSDH) has reported that the first section of the wall is in the Syrian city of Al-Shaddadi, located in the south of Al-Hasaka province (northeast).
It should be noted that last February, the official Syrian news agency, SANA , reported that the US had transferred dozens of Daesh terrorists from the detention camps in Deir Ezzor, in eastern Syria, to its facilities in Al-Hasaka.
Meanwhile, the Islamic Resistance Movement of Iraq (Kataeb Hezbollah) warned that Daesh is trying to infiltrate the country with US military support.
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