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What is the Coalition?

The Global Coalition against Daesh was formed in September 2014 and is unique in its membership, scope and commitment. Together, the Global Coalition is committed to degrading and ultimately defeating Daesh.

The Coalition’s 79 members are committed to tackling Daesh on all fronts, to dismantling its networks and countering its global ambitions. Beyond the military campaign in Iraq and Syria, the Coalition is committed to: tackling Daesh’s financing and economic infrastructure; preventing the flow of foreign terrorist fighters across borders; supporting stabilisation and the restoration of essential public services to areas liberated from Daesh; and countering the group’s propaganda.


6 questions answered about the Coalition Ministerial Meeting and President Trump’s address

The Coalition Ministerial Meetings are where ministers from the 79 partners of the Global Coalition meet to discuss and coordinate efforts to degrade and destroy Daesh
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Good news from Syria: ISIS has been defeated in its last stronghold, thanks to the efforts of the coalition and its brave partners on the ground. But we have to stay vigilant, because the threat is far from gone. The Netherlands remains committed to the fight against terrorism.

#ItalyagainstDaesh | #Italy co-leads the counter-ISIS Finance Group (CIFG) aimed at identifying and disrupting #Daesh sources of revenue and financial networks.

Daesh has lost all the territory it once held in Syria and Iraq. Watch our special interviews with those who lived through Daesh’s terrible occupation – and why they’re looking forward to a better future:

Inspiring Women Series: Watch the fourth of our #InspiringWomen Sara Al-Adnani a Christian Humanitarian worker from Mosul who fled her city due to Daesh's brutal rule- Now helps Internally Displaced People like herself.

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DFA: The fight is not over yet as the threat posed by Daesh remnants and other affiliated terrorist groups remains. The Philippines stands solidly behind the efforts of the international community in addressing this threat.

Liberation of Syrian territory from #Daesh is a remarkable success. Unfortunately, threat is not completely gone. Further engagement of international community is needed to ensure an enduring defeat.

#Poland 🇵🇱 will remain committed to @coalition efforts.


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Weekly digest

Daesh calls on followers to ‘take revenge’ for New Zealand terror attack
Following the terror attack on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, The Independent reports on Daesh’s call for revenge made by the terror group’s spokesman. The message was the first by the spokesman for six months and follows a typical propaganda narrative of Daesh — that muslims and non-muslims cannot live side-by-side.
Daesh fighters pinned on river bank after final defences are breached
The Syrian Democratic Forces have broken through Daesh’s defences around Baghouz, The Times reports (paywall). A large number of fighters surrendered, despite having promised to fight to the death. The breakthrough pushes the SDF closer to eliminating the final sliver of territory still held by Daesh.
Daesh Spokesman Ends Silence by Calling for Retaliation Over Massacres
Writing in the New York Times, Rukmini Callimachi notes that the Daesh spokesman spoke for the first time in six months, calling for revenge attacks following the Christchurch mosque attacks. The 44-minute recording painted the attacks in New Zealand as an extension of the campaign against Daesh in Syria.
U.S.-backed force says it has taken positions in Islamic State Syria camp
Reuters reports that the SDF announced the taking of key positions around Daesh’s final enclave in eastern Syria. Many militants were killed and Daesh were reported to have launched four suicide attacks. SDF spokesman, Mustafa Bali, tweeted that several enemy positions were captured and an ammunition storage area blown up.
Iraq begins exhuming Daesh massacre victims in Yazidi region
Citing a Reuters story, Jordan Times reported that the Iraqi government began exhuming bodies of Yazidis massacred by Daesh in a village near Sinjar in 2014. Nadia Murad, a Yazidi woman who escaped sexual slavery by Daesh and won a Nobel Peace Prize for her advocacy work, attended the ceremony in her home village of Kojo.

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