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ISIS burns its fighters alive for losing Ramadi to Iraqi troops

Archival photo
Archival photo


(IraqiNews.com) Anbar – News reports revealed, that the ISIS organization burned its fighters alive as a punishment for losing control of the city of Ramadi after they fled to the stronghold of the organization in Mosul.

A statement received by IraqiNews.com said, “ISIS fighters were burned alive in the main square in Ramadi in a terrifying message to other criminals who may be forced to defend Mosul of a possible attack.”

The statement added, “The expulsion of ISIS terrorists of Ramadi, the capital of Anbar Province is a serious setback to their goals of creating a caliphate across Iraq and Syria,” pointing out that, “The liberation of Ramadi is a great success for the Iraqi army.”


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