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Terrorist ISIL Executes Dozens of Sunni Tribal, Iraqi Government Fighters

ISIL Executes Dozens of Tribal, Iraqi Government Fighters

So-called Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant terrorists killed at least 40 Sunni tribal fighters and security forces personnel in a public mass execution.
Sabah Karhout, the head of the provincial council of Anbar in western Iraq, said ISIL militants paraded some 40 fighters from the Albu Nimr tribe through downtown Hit, a city 85 miles west of Baghdad, on Wednesday afternoon before shooting and killing them in front of local residents in the city’s central square.
Reports from ISIL sources on Twitter said the terrorist group killed as many as 46 men in Hit, Al-Manar reported.
Eyewitnesses took photographs of the shooting’s aftermath that showed nearly two dozen bloodied corpses lying in a row on an urban street. The images’ authenticity couldn’t be independently verified.

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