Daesh drone attack kills Kurdish Peshmergas near Mosul

Daesh drone attack kills Kurdish Peshmergas near Mosul

Chris Woods, the head of the Airwars project, which tracks the global air war in Iraq, Syria and Libya, said, “there are a million ways you can weaponize drones – fire rockets, strap things in and crash them”.Counter terror experts claim the depraved death cult brutally slaughtered 58 suspects believed to be part of the failed coup which was trying to help government forces liberate the Iraqi capital.The plot was reportedly led by a local aide of IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, according to accounts given to Reuters by multiple civilian and military sources, the identities of whom were not published due to concerns for their safety.Global forces are plotting a mission to reclaim Mosul, but tensions between Turkey and Iraq – two USA allies in the fight – could undermine recent gains in the battle against ISIS.The area around Mosul, the second-largest city in Iraq and one of the key bases of IS operations outside Syria, has been gradually under attack over the last few months.”ISIL militants detonated a number of explosive devices inside the Barbara Fouq Attal church in the Assyrian town of Karmlis near Mosul city”, human rights activist Ghazi Shamoun said, ARA News reported. Iraqi officials say a massive ground assault could begin this month, backed by USA air power, Kurdish security forces and Shiite and Sunni irregular units.A successful offensive would defeat Daesh in Iraq but the United Nations has warned that one million people could be uprooted.The unnamed defence official said the biggest implication was guidance being issued across the coalition to not pick up any drones.The news agency reported that America and Saudi Arabia had come to an agreement to create a peaceful passage for ISIS fighters to leave Mosul for Syria before Iraqi government security forces begin their liberation of the city, according toIraqi News.”Those were Daesh members who turned against the group in Mosul”, Iraqi Counterterrorism Service spokesman Sabah al-Numani in Baghdad told Reuters, using an Arabic acronym for ISIS.IS raided the three houses used to hide the weapons on October 4, Mr Hashimi said.Residents of Mosul had previously expressed their dissatisfaction with ISIS rule by spray painting the Arabic letter “meem” (M) for “moqawema” meaning “resistance”.”Some of the executed relatives sent old women to ask about the bodies”.”These guys have the time and they have the patience and they, frankly, have the know-how to put together some pretty lethal improvised weaponry”, Clarke said. ISIS has been heavily digging in around Mosul, walling in the city, digging moats and tunnels, and setting up booby traps.

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