Iraqis Risk All to Spy on Daesh Terrorists in Mosul

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Saturday, 18 February 2017


Iraqi intelligence has some 300 people working as informants inside the city of Mosul, part of an enormous information-gathering operation unfolding on the sidelines of the intense urban fighting for Mosul, according to officials.

The Iraqi intelligence agent knew something was wrong. A Daesh group member working for him as an informant in the city of Mosul called him on his mobile, but he didn't identify himself by the code name they always used in their communications. Then the informant started talking to him about selling his car.

Days later, the informant called back and explained: The terrorists had seen the number on his phone and, always on the hunt for spies, demanded he call it. So he did and pretended he was talking to the guy who sold him his car.

Iraqi intelligence has some 300 people working as informants inside the city of Mosul, part of an enormous information-gathering operation unfolding on the sidelines of the intense urban fighting for Mosul, according to officials. They have pinpointed militants' positions and movements, warned of car bombs or hidden explosives and helped fill a list of names of Daesh supporters.

Daesh terrorists in Mosul are known to kill at the slightest suspicion of espionage. People caught speaking on mobile phones have been shot by snipers or killed and hung from lampposts, according to accounts from the city. And when Iraqi forces recapture a neighborhood, informants face getting caught up in residents' revenge attacks against militants.

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