Salahuddin (IraqiNews.com) A local source in Salahuddin Province revealed that anonymous persons drew a graffiti that reads “death to IS” on the walls of alleys in eastern Sharqat, driving the Islamic State group to raise the state of alert, Alsumaria News reported on Wednesday.
The source said that unidentified men drew graffiti, threatening the Islamic State group, on the walls of some alleys in Sharqat district, north of Salahuddin, while added that one of the graffiti was drawn on the gate of an IS militant’s house.
The graffiti, which was drawn in black and includes phrases such as “death to the Islamic State” pushed the terrorist group to raise the state of alert, the source explained.
Lately, Iraqi people, especially in Mosul and Salahuddin, resorted to graffiti to show hostility against the Islamic State group.
Noteworthy, Islamic State group is still controlling the eastern side of al-Sharqat District, which considers one of the important strongholds of the group.