Press sources: Around 1000 civilians flee from their areas in Anbar predicting of government attack
News reports published today announced that more than (250) families have been displaced from their areas in northern west of Anbar as the current government and US-led coalition have intended to attack their areas.
The reports quoted informed sources which confirmed that the current immigration ministry acknowledged receiving of one thousand displaced people from (Rawa),(Anna) and (Qa'im) cities by the tourist village ,Amiriyat Al-Fallujah and Bizebiz camps because of government declarations that referred to the possibility of starting of military operations there.
New York Times Newspaper mentioned earlier last week that the civilians in Mosul start to leave their areas once government forces enter implicitly explaining the size of criminality practiced by those forces and their militias propelled by revenge or sectarianism, according to analysts.
Within the same context, eyewitnesses asserted that north of Anbar and other areas are witnessing increasing waves of displacement that families are forced to it fearing of bad fate they may face due to the practices that are expected to be carried out by the government forces and militias.
On the other hand, the displacement camps suffer of serious humanitarian problems as well as they are overcrowded with thousands of people which their number exceeds the maximum capacity .Additionally, information reported from those camps confirmed that the conditions are extremely bad especially in winter.