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ISIS update 7/13/2016.. unknown group in Mosul has initiated beheading the senior leaders of the ISIL

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 11:47
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Iraqi army liberates ISIL-held village near Mosul

Iraqi forces link up south of Mosul, tightening noose around Islamic State

Iraqi government forces advancing on the Islamic State-held city of Mosul retook a village from IS on Tuesday and linked up along the Tigris river with army units pushing from a separate direction, Defence Minister Khalid al-Obeidi said. The territorial gain, which followed the recapture of a key air base nearby at the weekend, further isolated Mosul in preparation for a government assault to recover Iraq’s second largest city 60 km (40 miles) to the north.

“Forces from the 9th Armoured Division and the counter-terrorism service liberated Ajhala village north of Qayara base,” Obeidi said on Twitter. “Our heroes arrived at the riverbank and made contact with Nineveh Liberation Operation units,” he added, referring to troops who had set out from Makhmour, 25 km east of the Tigris, in March.

The newly retaken territory still needs to be secured since IS insurgents remain holed up in several towns behind the government’s front line, a military spokesman said. Backed by air support from a U.S.-led military coalition, government forces on Saturday regained Qayara air base, which is to be turned into a logistics hub for the main assault on Mosul.

On Monday, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced the dispatch of 560 additional soldiers to Iraq, most of whom will work from Qayara to assist the Iraqi thrust towards Mosul. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has pledged to retake the city, the largest still held by IS, by year-end, but there is still debate in Washington about the timing of any move.

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Unknown Group Starts Decapitating ISIL Leaders in Mosul

An unknown group in the Northern city of Mosul has initiated beheading the senior leaders of the ISIL terrorist group as Iraq’s Joint Military Forces are preparing to launch an attack to take back the city.

Ra’fat al-Zardari, the editor of Nineveh Journalists, said on Wednesday that a secret group called ‘Armed Resistance’ that is also known with its ‘M’ acronym has claimed responsibility for decapitating the ISIL leaders in al-Sarjkhaneh region.

According to him, the group has fooled the ISIL leaders by the help of two kids to take them to Sarjkhaneh busy market and beheaded them after a surprise attack.

Zardari said that decapitation of the two infamous terrorists has caused chaos in Mosul.

The Iraqi security sources disclosed on Monday that a large number of ISIL terrorists have fled the city towards Syrian territories in 160 vehicles.

“The ISIL terrorists most of them Arab nationals escaped from al-Ba’aj region in the Western part of Nineveh province towards Syria in machinegun- and DshK-equipped vehicles,” the Arabic-language media quoted an unnamed security source as saying.

The source reiterated that the ISIL has used 160 vehicles to escape to Syria.

The ISIL has suffered many defeats as a result of the Iraqi army advances in Nineveh and Salahuddin provinces.

Daesh on brink of collapse in Iraq, Syria

Kevin Barrett…..I think he may be a bit over-optimistic for talking about the long-term global view. But in terms of this plague of massive terrorism that’s been hitting the region and specifically the countries of Iraq and Syria, I think, he may be right that we’re going to see a significant improvement in the near future as Daesh collapses and as its whole approach is discredited.

Unfortunately, we are still in the midst of this destabilization of the region, which was planned as far back as the early 1980s. The Oded Yinon Plan out of Israel set out their intent to destabilize, balkanize, and generally take down the region, especially their neighbors, by splitting up these countries on ethnic and sectarian lines. And this program then was put into high gear with the public relations launch of the war on terror, their inside job in September 2001. And since then they’ve tried to take out seven countries in five years as General Wesley Clark said, and all seven of those countries are countries that are prone to threaten Israel.

Now that plan and that program is not yet finished. So, we do need to recognize that the further chances of Zionist mischief still exist. However, I do believe that it’s true that Daesh is on its last legs, and has zero support across the Muslim world. It’s really a group of neo-Kharijites who have stepped out of the house of Islam, and more and more people recognize it; so, that group has no future and I think Iraq and Syria are going to see better days.

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A British parliamentary report released on Tuesday has concluded there is “historical evidence” the Islamic State (IS) group received funding from within Arab Gulf states.

In evidence submitted to the foreign affairs select committee, the Ministry of Defence said: “[There] is historical evidence of financial donations to Daesh [IS] from within Gulf states. Furthermore, it is understood that family donations are being made to Daesh, through the unregulated Alternative Value Transfer Systems (AVTS).”

AVTS include ways of globally transferring money that includes little information about the individuals involved in the transaction – examples include the open source online currency Bitcoin.

The MoD cited as evidence an incident in September 2014 when an IS official was sanctioned by the US Treasury Department after receiving a $2m donation “emanating from the Gulf”.

The MoD also said in its evidence that private donations to IS are “minimal” compared to its other revenue streams, which include oil and taxation.

The committee said in an assessment of IS finances that Britain should be able to “ask hard questions of close friends” when discussing how donations have reached the Syria-Iraq based militant group.

The report concluded that IS has been put under severe financial pressure after a sustained international campaign that has forced the group to turn to “gangsterism and protection rackets” for money.

Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Completes Siege of Aleppo City

The Syrian army continued its military operations against the terrorist groups in Aleppo province, and completed the siege of the city of Aleppo over the past 24 hours.

The Syrian army killed and wounded scores of the terrorists in Aleppo province.

The Syrian army also inflicted heavy losses on the terrorist groups in other key provinces across Syria.


A senior battlefield commander announced that the Syrian army has completed its siege of the Takfiri terrorists in the city of Aleppo, and is now preparing to launch fresh attacks on a strategic region in Northern Syria.

“The Takfiri terrorists are under the army’s siege in Aleppo city, and they are preparing for attacking Bani Zeid district,” Commander of Syria’s Imam Baqer (AS) Brigade al-Haj Zayad Hassan told FNA.

Imam Baqer Brigade is a Syrian resistance force that is cooperating with the Syrian army in its fight against the Takfiri terrorists.

Bani Zeid is the most important stronghold of the Takfiri terrorists in Aleppo city.

“Imam Mohammad Baqer (AS) is preparing to recapture Bani Zeid that is used by the Takfiri terrorists to strike at the innocent civilians with tens of missiles and mortar shells,” Zayad Hassan added.

Earlier on Tuesday, another top field commander of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front was killed in fierce clashes with Syrian army soldiers in al-Malaah region in Northern Aleppo.

Abdullatif Darwish, the notorious commander of the Takfiri groups in al-Malaah farms, was killed in tough battles in Northern Aleppo.

Al-Nusra has been suffering a heavy death toll in its failed attacks on the government forces’ positions in al-Malaah and nearby areas of Castillo highway in the recent days.

Meantime, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) forced ISIL back from more strongholds in the Northwestern districts of Manbij, claiming the lives of over 32 terrorists.

The SDF’s anti-terrorism operation in the Manbij ended in seizure of al-Sharia region and its surroundings, which meantime left 15 terrorists dead and several more wounded.

The SDF also engaged in heavy fighting with the ISIL in al-Hazavaneh neighborhood, which ended in the killing of at least 17 militants and wounding of many more.

A tunnel of ISIL terrorist was also detonated in Manbij.

After hours of non-stop street battle, the SDF beat the ISIL back from more building blocks in the Northwestern districts of Manbij, pinning down the militants behind their positions.

The Kurdish-led SDF fighters’ continued attacks have slowed down ISIL’s movements across the Northwestern streets of the town of Manbij, and instead the SDF fighters have been advancing rapidly against the Takfiri terrorists.

The ISIL has retreated from many positions, including the training center for the children of non-Syrian ISIL member.

Meantime, a senior Syrian army commander revealed that the terrorist groups have shelled residential areas in Aleppo city with cluster munitions.

“The terrorists have targeted the Aleppo city with missiles which contain prohibited cluster bombs in residential areas, including al-Wahda University, al-Maridian district in the Southern parts of Issa hospital, Bouza al-Shafi and Forqan district which killed 50 people and injured 250 others,” Kamal al-Jolfa, also a military analyst, told FNA.


A notorious commander of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front was killed in the Syrian Army troop’s ambush operation Southeast of Hama city.

Abdullah al-Makhzoum and five of his comrades were killed in the Syrian army men’s ambush near al-Qantara al-Shamaliyeh on the Western side of al-Salamiyah.

Al-Nusra’s military hardware also sustained major damage in the ambush.


The Syrian fighter jets, for the third day in a row, targeted ISIL’s concentration centers and gatherings in the Eastern side of the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur), inflicting major losses on the terrorists.

The Syrian army aircraft pounded badly ISIL’s positions in Jubb al-Jarrah in Eastern Homs, which not only claimed the lives of many militants, but pinned the rest of them down behind their strongholds.


The Syrian Army troops traced and targeted ISIL’s fuel cargo in Western Sweida heading towards militant-held region in the province, military sources said.

“The Syrian soldiers hit ISIL’s tanker near the village of al-Aslaha,” the sources said, adding, “Several members of the ISIL accompanying the cargo were killed or wounded in brief clashes with the Syrian army men.”

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