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ISIS executes 4 of its commanders by direct order of al-Baghdadi in Diyala

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(IraqiNews.com) A security source in Diyala province announced Thursday, that the ISIS organization has executed four of its most prominent commanders in the province by a direct order from its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, because they fled from battles in Diyala, indicating that the execution took place in Salahuddin province.

The source said in an interview for IraqiNews.com, “ISIS leader al-Baghdadi ordered to execute four of the most prominent commanders of the terrorist group in Diyala, including a security officer in the former regime, on the outskirts of al-Sharqat area in Salahuddin, because of their escape from the battlefield in the northern areas of Muqdadiya (40 km northeast of Baquba),” noting that, “The execution was in front of a gathering of people.”

The source, who requested to remain anonymous, added, “The four leaders were arrested two months ago in Hamrin on the border between Diyala and Salahuddin, after fleeing from Muqdadiyah battles.”



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