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Terrorist ISIL Confiscates People’s TVs, Radios, Cell Phones in Mosul to Avoid News of Iraqi Army Advances

2 October 2016 18:12

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Local sources in Nineveh disclosed that the ISIL has conducted house-to-house search in the city of Mosul for more than 10 hours to confiscate the television sets and cell phones to prevent the public from hearing the news of the recent advances by Iraq’s joint military forces in the province.

“The ISIL is taking strange and confused decisions as the Iraqi army and volunteer forces (Hashd al-Shaabi) are making remarkable advances in Mosul city,” an informed local source said.

The source, meantime, said that the ISIL has also ordered closure of the photography studios in Mosul city for the time being.

Earlier on Sunday, informed local sources in Nineveh province disclosed that the ISIL has blocked the roads leading to Wadi al-Hajr district in the Southern part of the city of Mosul and set up military outposts after the M resistance movement (an opponent group of the ISIL) increased its activities in the region.

The ISIL’s intensified security measures came after the letter M appeared on all walls of al-Hajr district.

M stands for the Arabic word ‘Moqavamah’ or ‘Resistance’ in English.

The ISIL terrorists are very much fearful of people’s uprising in areas under their control in Mosul city.

In late August, the ISIL executed several civilians in a new brutal method after charging them with spying for the government in Mosul city.

“Six civilians were put between two trucks with their hands tied up to them; then the trucks moved in opposite directions as ISIL terrorists poured oil on the six and lit them up,” the Arabic-language media quoted a local source as saying

The Mosul citizens were burned and maimed before the eyes of other people in a square near Hamam al-Alil square in Mosul city

Also in August, the ISIL terrorist group executed several civilians in a new brutal method after charging them with spying for the government in Mosul.

“Six civilians were put between two trucks with their hands tied up to them; then the trucks moved in opposite directions as ISIL terrorists poured oil on the six and lit them up,” the Arabic-language media quoted a local source as saying.

The Mosul citizens were burned and maimed before the eyes of other people in a square near Hamam al-Alil square in Mosul city.

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