Death toll from an explosion in Iraq’s western city of Ramadi has risen to at least 37. Official sources said 22 security forces were among the victims. They said the attacker on Sunday rammed an explosives-laden military vehicle into a construction site that was used as a base by security forces. ISIL Takfiri militants hold control of major areas in Ramadi, which is the capital of Anbar Province. The latest attack comes as Iraqi security forces, backed by Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, have managed to break the ISIL’s month-long siege of the northern town of Amerli. Thousands of people have been trapped in Amerli, where the residents are facing a shortage of food and water. The humanitarian condition has also been described as dire by witnesses. ISIL terrorists have threatened all communities, including Shias, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Izadi Kurds and others, as they continue their advances in Iraq. Several gruesome video clips have been released, purportedly showing members of the ISIL cult brutally killing Shia Muslims in drive-by shootings in Iraq. Senior Iraqi officials have blamed Saudi Arabia, Qatar and some Persian Gulf Arab countries for the growing terrorism in Iraq. The ISIL has links with Saudi intelligence and is believed to be indirectly supported by the Israeli regime.