Islamic State members arrested booby-trapping Mosul road

An expert while trying to dismantle an IED.

Mosul ( Iraqi security forces arrested on Sunday a number of Islamic State members while boobytrapping a road in southern Mosul, according to a security source.

The source told Shafaq News website that three militants were arrested in the morning while booby-trapping the road linking central Mosul with the southern town of Qayyara, which was recaptured by Iraqi security forces back in

Since the Iraqi government declared early July the recapture of Mosul, Islamic State’s former capital in Iraq, police forces have been combing the western side of the city for sleeper militant cells and munition hiding places. The militants have also launched a few sporadic attacks against troops and civilians since the declaration.

The Iraqi government intends to aim at other Islamic State havens in Anbar, Kirkuk and Salahuddin once it is done with retaking Tal Afar, Islamic State’s last stronghold in Nineveh which the Defense Ministry had completed preparations for invading. The Defense Ministry said recently it was waiting for orders to launch operations for the enclave. So far, operations by pro-government militias, the Popular Mobilization, have isolated the town from Mosul and from the Syrian borders, and retook several surrounding villages.


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  1. Nice work.
    I think he will give up information on ISIS hiding places and weapons caches.
    ISIS they are coming for you.

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