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ISIS abduct 182 children to recruit them in Mosul, says Kurdish official

The Kurdistan Democratic Party spokesman Saeed Mamouzini. File photo.
The Kurdistan Democratic Party spokesman Saeed Mamouzini. File photo.

(IraqiNews.com) Nineveh – On Friday, a Kurdish official of the Kurdistan Democratic Party said, that the ISIS militants kidnapped 182 children from different areas in Mosul City.

Saeed Mamouzini, a Kurdish official of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Mosul, stated for IraqiNews.com, “During the past few days, ISIS militants kidnapped 182 children from the city of Mosul,” noting that, “The age of the abducted children ranged between 10 and 15 years.”

He added, “The children were transferred to centers for ideological training, weapons and suicide operations,” adding that, “The abductions of children angered the residents of Mosul.”



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  1. Yes it would anger the residents and after Iraq liberates Mosul then what is Iraq going to do with these children?

  2. It angered them? Why are they not fighting? I can think of no better thing to die for than to keep my children out of the hands of ISIS or preventing them from becoming one of them. Residents need to resist. If they don’t there is no reason not to carpet bomb.

  3. I do so admire the Kurdish fighters even PKK who have stood against ISIS. I wish Obama would not do a deal with Iran and give them 150 billion dollars. The US should stand with Kurdistan and the other groups suffering under ISIS. I email my Senators and Reps and wish that our government would not do this.

    Karen

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