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By John Ray: Diplomatic Correspondent at Mosul Dam
I have been speaking to General Mansour Barzani, head of Kurdish Peshmerga Special Forces.
He told me that the Islamic State seizure of Mosul Dam was like terrorists possessing a nuclear weapon, such was the potential destructive potential if the dam had been breached.
Whilst they controlled the area IS had killed many men and kidnapped many women, General Barzani said.
He also thanked the US for their air support but said that the Peshmerga still needed more heavy weapons from the West.