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Source: ISIL Terrified by Army’s Advances Near Mosul

7 September 2016 21:14



Local sources in Nineveh province disclosed that the ISIL has declared state of alert in Mosul as the terrorist group is terrified by the Iraqi army’s rapid advances towards the city.

“The ISIL has transferred several heavy construction machineries and equipment to the center of Mosul to construct trenches and tunnels in the city, specially in its Western part,” a local source in Mosul city said.

The ISIL terrorists have also transferred all the equipment of Mosul University to the city’s trophy market to sell.

Meantime, the ISIL terrorist group has also ruined Mosul city’s German hospital to sell its equipment in a bid to compensate for its budget deficit.

On Tuesday, local sources disclosed that the main building of ISIL’s financial department caught fire in the center of the city of Mosul in Nineveh province.

“The 3-storey building of ISIL’s financial department in Mosul center caught fire which was followed by explosions and five financial managers of the terrorist group were also arrested for the incident,” the Arabic-language media quoted an unnamed informed source as saying.

The source noted that all the documents related to the ISIL members and their salaries were destroyed in the fire breakout.

On Monday, informed local sources disclosed that ISIL’s Hasaba (monitoring-security system) forces’ commander has been gunned down near the city of Mosul in Nineveh province.

“Notorious ISIL commander, Abu Ayoub Mohammad Soleiman Mosleh, and four other terrorists were killed in an attack by unknown gunmen in the town of al-Ba’aj near Mosul city,” the Arabic-language media outlets quoted an unnamed local source in Nineveh province as saying.

The source reiterated that the assassination of the ISIL commanders in Mosul city has increased in recent weeks.

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