Infographic: Geography of DAESH (ISIS/ISIL)
This info-graphic shows so-called Islamic State (ISIS, ISIL or Daesh) geography. Until the beginning of 2015 ISIS had occupied more than 40% of Iraqi land which included Nineveh, Al- Anbar, Saladin, and many parts of Diyala Province, and some areas in Kirkuk. The ISIS controlled areas in Syria in the first half of 2015 included 50% of the country. But according to the reports by Western countries, ISIS has lost 14 to 30 percent of areas that were under its control in Iraq and Syria, Al-Alam News Network reports.