TOP Muslim Terrorist Just Arrested


Nineveh, IRAQ — A top ISIS leader, who was in charge of confiscating houses and weapons of police conscripts, has been arrested, Nineveh Police Command announced.

Speaking to Baghdad Today website, Lt. Gen. Hamad Names al-Jabouri, commander of Nineveh police, said troops “managed to arrest ISIS member called Ahmed Hussein Khalaf Ibrahim, who is from a village in Nimrud region.”

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The militant, according to Jabouri, “was in charge of confiscating houses and weapons of the conscripts in Nineveh.”

“Troops managed to arrest him in al-Karama district in eastern Mosul,” he added.

On Tuesday, an ISIS emir was arrested in an operation in south of Mosul, the military intelligence department announced. Moreover, the Nineveh Operations command said 26 people were arrested in western Mosul over their suspected affiliation with the Islamic State, Iraqi News reports.

Earlier this week, around 20 ISIS militants were killed as Iraqi forces, backed by PMFs, clashed with ISIS militants at al-Saadiya village in Hawija, news reported quoted sources as saying. 15 others are still trapped inside the village. PMFs media service said on Saturday that troops, assisted by Federal Police troops, killed five members of ISIS and besieged two others during a raid on their hideout in Tuwairiya, Abbasi, northwest of Hawija.

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A total of 91 Iraqi civilians were killed and 208 others were injured in acts of terrorism, violence and armed conflict in February, according to the monthly report issued by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).

Thousands of ISIS militants as well as Iraqi civilians were killed since the government campaign, backed by paramilitary troops and the coalition, was launched in October 2016 to fight the militant group, Iraqi News reports.

As many as 3,298 civilians were killed and 4,781 others were wounded in 2017, excluding Anbar civilian casualty figures for November and December, which are not available, UNAMI said in a report in December.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi announced, in December, full liberation of Iraqi lands, declaring end of war against ISIS members.

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It looks like the Prime Minister was premature in declaring the end of the war against ISIS.

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