ISIS Scatters Like Cockroaches After TOP Leader Just Got KILLED



Mosul, IRAQ — A top level ISIS explosives expert was killed while Iraqi government forces attacked a district adjacent to Mosul’s Old City, one of the the group’s last strongholds.

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Shafaq News quoted security sources saying that troops killed Abu Furqan al-Maswseli along with 15 others at a house in al-Shifa district.


The Iraqi command said earlier this week its forces had consummated the recapture of al-Shifa, a home to major health and medical facilities, thus putting the medieval Old City under full siege, Iraqi News reports.

Also on Thursday, Federal Police chief Shaker Jawdat said his forces killed 43 Islamic State members in Ras al-Jada and Bab al-Beed in the old city, and destroyed five booby-trapped vehicles.


Iraqi troops have advanced on Wednesday closer to the Grand Nuri al-Kabir Mosque, where Islamic State’s supreme leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared the establishment of the group’s rule in 2014. IS members blew up the mosque’s ancient minaret on Wednesday as troops advanced, a move which the Iraqi command said signalled an imminent defeat to the extremist group.

A few hundred militants are thought to remain inside the Old City, but are holding at least 100,000 civilians who will be shot dead or caught and executed if they attempt to flee the neighborhood.

America’s Freedom Fighters reported that ISIS savages ruthlessly slaughtered at least 163 helpless civilians who were trying to flee the battlefields in Mosul, the United Nations said on Tuesday, confirming recurrent reports of targeted killings of civilians by the Islamic extremist group.

“The brutality of Daesh and other terrorist groups seemingly knows no bounds. Yesterday, my staff reported to me that bodies of murdered Iraqi men, women and children are still lying on the streets of the al-Shira neighbourhood of western Mosul, after at least 163 people were shot and killed by Daesh to prevent them from fleeing,” Zaid Ra’ad Al-Hussein, The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, told the U.N. Human Rights Council. “My staff have also received reports of missing persons from this neighborhood”.

U.N. Human Rights’ chief, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, released the number during his speech to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland on Tuesday, June 6.

“Yesterday, my staff reported to me that bodies of [those] murdered Iraqi men, women and children still lay on the streets of the al-Shira neighborhood of western Mosul,” Hussein said. “The brutality of Daesh [Islamic State] and other terrorist groups seemingly knows no bounds.”

 at Iraqi News reports that news of civilians being targeted by gunfire or executed upon fleeing areas of encounters between ISIS and Iraqi forces have been recurrent since a U.S.-backed campaign launched in October to retake Mosul.

While hundreds have been killed in action by ISIS and also by mistaken Iraqi and coalition airstrikes, others remain stranded in IS-controlled areas amid acute food and medicine shortages.

The United Nations says there are at least 200,000 civilians trapped in the Old City, the last ISIS entrenchment in western Mosul where the group first proclaimed an Islamic “caliphate” in 2014.

The war against ISIS in Mosul has so far displaced at least 700,000 civilians, with hundreds of thousands others not registered at refugee camps, according to U.N. and Iraqi government figures. There are more than four million homeless since ISIS emerged in 2014.


We have Obama to thank for this carnage.

Their days are numbered.

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