Daesh executes 70 tribesmen in Iraq Anbar province

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Monday, 05 October 2015

An Iraqi tribal leader has revealed that Takfiri Daesh militants have executed 70 of his fellow tribesmen in the western province of Anbar.

Shiekh Na'im al-Gaoud, the leader of the Albu Nimr tribe, said Monday that Daesh executed the 70 after abducting them from Tharthar area, north of the provincial capital city of Ramadi.

“The terrorist Daesh organization kidnapped late on Sunday night some 70 Albu Nimer tribesmen from Tharthar area in north of provincial capital city of Ramadi, and shot them dead in the same area,” said Gaoud, adding that the mass execution came because family members of the victims had joined the nation-wide battle against the terrorists.

Albu Nimr tribe is known for its fierce opposition to Daesh since the Takfiri group seized swathes of land in northwestern Iraq in the summer of 2014. Gaoud said hundreds of Albu Nimr tribesmen have joined the army, police and government-backed paramilitary Sahwa groups to fight Daesh in the town of Barwana, near Haditha, some 200 km northwest of Iraqi capital of Baghdad.

Daesh executed more than 400 Albu Nimer tribesmen in November 2014 while reports earlier this year showed that dozens more were executed across Anbar Province.

Gaoud called on Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to speed up operations for the liberation of the province from terrorists in a bid to save his fellow tribesmen.

Iraqi security forces, backed by Hashd Shaabi paramilitary militias, have been battling Daesh for a month in a bid to retake key cities and towns in Anbar, Iraq’s largest province.

Daesh have been carrying atrocities including public decapitations against all communities such as Shias, Sunnis, Christians and Kurds.

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