Families of ISIL militants evacuate Iraq’s Mosul, report says

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Monday, 29 December 2014

Families of the ISIL Takfiri terrorists have left Iraq’s hotbed city of Mosul, Kurdish sources inside the city say.

“According to our sources at least eight buses carrying the families of the militants departed from Mosul towards the Syrian border,” the Kurdish newspaper Rudaw quoted Saeid Mamozini, a Kurdish media spokesperson, as saying on Saturday.

ISIL took control of the country’s second largest city in June, before sweeping through parts of the country’s Sunni Arab heartland.

Speaking about ISIL’s strict rules in Mosul, Mamozini said the militants have “practically banned women to drive or travel alone in the city.”

The evacuation of the city comes as the Iraqi army gears up to regain control of the cities held by the Takfiri terrorists.

The army launched Operation Samarra on December 26 in an attempt to free regions south of the city of Tikrit in Salahuddin Province.

Iraqi forces freed the Al Bu Salebi village as well as Yathrib, al-Isehaqi and Balad districts.

The army also liberated the Albu Assaf village located near the town of Hit in Anbar Province.

Iraqi troops disarmed at least 16 cars packed with explosives and destroyed several armored vehicles belonging to ISIL.

Meanwhile in the town of Dhuluiya, Salahuddin Province, Iraqi police backed by tribes are pressing ahead with their offensive against the terrorists.

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