ISIL systematically hunts Shias, Christians and Kurds in terrorist-held towns

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Friday, 04 July 2014


ISIL-killing-Iraqis-AnbarProvinceISIL terrorists have been methodically hunting down non-Sunnis and those opposed to the militants, refugees from the rebel-held towns say.
ISIL demanded officials and soldiers pledge allegiance to the caliphate they recently declared or face execution.

Bashar al-Khiki, provincial leader who fled Mosul, said that the terrorists were "collecting information about people and compiling a database in order to identify those who work for the government or security forces".
"If they don't repent and pledge their allegiance to the caliphate, they will be killed. A lot of these people have disappeared in Mosul," he added.
Human rights groups have reported that ISIL militants have been going neighborhood to neighborhood in Mosul, deliberately targeting non-Sunnis and those opposed to them.
ISIL last week declared it was establishing a so-called caliphate on the territories under its control in Syria and Iraq.

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More than one million Iraqis have fled their homes over the month as ISIL terrorists seized Mosul, Tikrit and other cities in the north-west.
At least 2,461 people were killed in June, the UN and Iraqi officials say.
The refugees in the Kurdish-controlled town of Sinjar, near Tal Afar, told the BBC that towns and villages they had fled were now being systematically cleared by ISIL (the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant).
Many of the displaced are Shias, Christians and ethnic Kurds.
"For Shias, if they cannot be exchanged for prisoners, [the ISIL terrorists] would simply cut off their heads," said Hassan, a Kurd who had spent 16 days in captivity until his family paid $51,500 for his release.
Bashar al-Khiki, provincial leader who fled Mosul, said that the terrorists were "collecting information about people and compiling a database in order to identify those who work for the government or security forces".
"If they don't repent and pledge their allegiance to the caliphate, they will be killed. A lot of these people have disappeared in Mosul," he added.
Human rights groups have reported that ISIL militants have been going neighborhood to neighborhood in Mosul, deliberately targeting non-Sunnis and those opposed to them.
ISIL last week declared it was establishing a so-called caliphate on the territories under its control in Syria and Iraq.

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