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ISIL Shuts Down Internet Cafés in Raqqa City for Fear of Information Leak

22 November 2015 8:38


The ISIL closed down all Internet cafés in the city of Raqqa as the Takfiri terrorist group intends to prevent its secret information from being leaked to the outside world.

New high-speed Internet cafés had recently launched operation in Raqqa, but now the radical militants have started a new campaign to stop residents from using the Internet, forcing the Internet cafe owners to close their shops.

The problem isn’t just that it requires a computer hooked up to a satellite Internet connection, rather than a handheld device. It’s also easily detectable by the ISIL, residents say.

Meantime, many people in the business have been arrested by ISIL in Raqqa and are now facing spying charges that would cost them their lives, specially after the Russians’ recent heavy bombardment of the city that has come to be known as the capital of the Takfiri terrorist group.

The new strict measures by the ISIL Takfiri terrorist groups come as the top leaders and commanders of the ISIL terrorist group are escaping from Raqqa after sustaining heavy casualties in the Russian airstrikes and long-range cruise missile attacks from its Mediterranean fleet.

Intelligence sources confirmed citizens’ reports on Thursday that militants’ leaders were fleeing the so-called capital of the ISIL terrorist group after hundreds of ISIL members escaped the city on Wednesday to save their lives.

Various sources from citizens of Raqqa to local villagers and intelligence sources have reported that the terrorist group has started hasty evacuation of Raqqa after the Russian strikers and long-range bombers intensifying airstrikes on the strongholds and command centers of the ISIL militants in Raqqa in recent days.

The Russian military has also been pounding the ISIL stronghold in Raqqa with cruise missiles fired from the Mediterranean Sea since Tuesday.

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