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IS executes its Legal Judge in Hawija for attempting to secede

IS executes its Legal Judge in Hawija for attempting to secede
Islamic State’s militants. File photo


Hawija (IraqiNews.com) The Islamic State group executed, on Saturday, the so-called Legal Judge in the area of Abbasi in Hawija, for trying to secede from the group, a local source in Kirkuk Province told AlSumaria.

The source said that the Islamic State group has executed the legal judge of al-Abbasi area in Hawija District, southwest of Kirkuk, along with four of his aides, then the group’s militants hang the bodies on electricity poles, on charges of secession and forming new militia against the caliphate state.

The Islamic State group is witnessing a wave of internal executions, due to the intense disputes between its elite leaders in some areas of the so-called Wilayat Kirkuk, the source further added on condition of anonymity.

It is noteworthy that the district of Hawija and the areas of al-Rashad, al-Zab, al-Riyad and al-Abbasi, southwest of Kirkuk were captured by the Islamic State group in June 2014, and controlled by it since then.


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  1. I love these feel good stories. I never get tired of reading about ISIS killing each other.
    I think it needs to speed up more though.

    There coming for you ISIS.
    Remember ISIS you better get rid of the ISIS informants in your ranks.
    I am sure there are some high ranking ISIS soldiers that are informers.

    Better take them out now; you need to hurry, as there are a lot of them.
    Don’t worry about killing a few innocent ISIS fighters, that comes with the territory.
    It would be an honest mistake.

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