ISIS publicly executing Iraqi man. Filer photo
(IraqiNews.com) Baghdad – Al-Hashed al-Sha’abi leader Jabbar Maamouri revealed on Saturday that ISIS executed two of its own leaders and detained 30 other members in Hawija district.
Maamouri, in a press statement, said, “ISIS executed two of its own leaders and transferred four others to Mosul, a day after the were arrested near Hawija, south-west of Kirkuk. They were linked to the Emir of ISIS in Kirkuk, who was executed yesterday. The Emir was arrested because in an audio recording he was heard of appealing to the ISIS fighters to withdraw and fall back from Hawija.”
“On the other hand, ISIS detained over 30 of its own men due to the chaos and internal confusion in the ranks of the organization. Rifts among the leaders have also surfaced and the morale of the fighters have also gone down in the past few weeks,” Maamouri further added in the statement.