Saudi physicians treating ISIS terrorists in Iraq’s Mosul
Saudi Arabia has sent a large number of its medical experts and doctors to the help ISIS terrorists in Western Iraq, informed sources announced on Wednesday.
“A sum of 30 Saudi physicians who once treated the wounded members of the ISIS in Syria have now come to Mosul to serve the Takfiri group in the Iraqi city,” a member of Ahrar al-Mosul movement – a branch of Iraq’s anti-ISIS popular movement – was quoted by the Iraqi media as saying.
Mohammad al-Ba’aj said that the Saudi doctors had come to the Mosul hospital last week.
Saudi Arabia has been supporting and financing the ISIS Takfiri terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
In March, the Iraqi security forces discovered several tons of Saudi supplied foodstuff and dried fruits in ISIS hideouts in the city of Tikrit in Salahuddin province after winning back control over the city.
“The Iraqi security forces backed by the popular forces were engaged in cleaning up operations in several areas near Tikrit while they came across several tons of foodstuff and dried fruits sent by Saudi Arabia in ISIS’s hideouts.
All the parcels carried lables which ready: “Saudi Arabia Kingdom of Humanity, Emergency Relief Aid for the Needy”.
In January, Hussein al-Ramahi, the head of the political commission of Hezbollah brigades in Iraq, disclosed that his forces had discovered Saudi supplied arms and ammunition in areas taken back from ISIS control, adding that the arms aids have been dropped down for the Takfiri terrorists by unidentified planes.
“The Iraqi security and popular forces have discovered Saudi-supplied weapons in regions liberated from ISIS control,” Ramahi told.
He reiterated that unknown airplanes had supplied the ISIS with the weapons in coordination with the US.
“We have discovered boxes containing weapons and equipment with Saudi names and labels on them …,” he added.