ISIL executes six former Iraqi officers: Report

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Thursday, 09 July 2015

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists have reportedly executed at least six members of the former Iraqi army in the city of Mosul, which is under the control of the terrorist group.

According to a local source, speaking on condition of anonymity in the northern Iraqi province of Nineveh on Wednesday, the ISIL Takfiri group executed “six former officers of the Second Division of the Iraqi army, after a year of their arrest in the city of Mosul”, online newspaper Iraqi News reported.

The execution took place in a public square in the city, the source said, adding, "The officers had been arrested from their homes in the city of Mosul in July last year, and had remained in detention until today."

In a separate development in the crisis-hit country, a unit of the Iraqi federal police managed to conduct an operation against the Takfiri militants in the area of Husaibah al-Sharqiah, located east of the city of Ramadi, the capital of the restive province of al-Anbar, an Iraqi source said.

The source added that 10 militants of the ISIL terrorist group were killed during the operation and a vehicle carrying mortar shells was destroyed.

Iraq’s Ministry of Defense also announced that at least seven members of the terrorist group were killed in an aerial raid by the Iraqi Air Force in the city of Saqlawiyah in Anbar province.

The northern and western parts of Iraq have been experiencing horrific violence since the ISIL terrorists launched their operations across the country in June 2014. ISIL is also wreaking havoc in Syria.

The Iraqi and Syrian government along with pro-government forces have engaged in various military operations to flush the ISIL terrorists out of the areas they have under control.

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