Iraq War 2015 - Iraqi Paramilitary Fights IS In Baiji

Description:Iraqi paramilitary in fighting with IS during operations during the battle of Baiji, Iraq. It seems the battle in Baiji is mostly fought by Hezbollah units and Iraqi Paramilitary troops on the Iraqi government side. This footage is part of an ongoing documentary of the war in Iraq through raw combat footage. About the video / Community guideline..(more)

Iraqi paramilitary in fighting with IS during operations during the battle of Baiji, Iraq.
It seems the battle in Baiji is mostly fought by Hezbollah units and Iraqi Paramilitary troops on the Iraqi government side.
This footage is part of an ongoing documentary of the war in Iraq through raw combat footage.
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