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Iraqi Shia militia of al-Abdal kills ISIS commander of Hamrin Mountains, a former General under Saddam Hussein

Elements of the Shia militia of Harakat al-Abdal during clashes with ISIS militants near Tikrit. Archival photo.
Elements of the Shia militia of Harakat al-Abdal during clashes with ISIS militants near Tikrit. Archival photo.

(IraqiNews.com) Salahuddin – On Tuesday, Shia militia of Harakat al-Abdal announced the death of Faisal al-Abeli, the ISIS military commander of Hamrin Mountains area.

Harak al-Abdal said in a statement received by IraqiNews.com “The commander of the ISIS operations in Albu Ajil and Albu Alas fields in the area of Hamrin Mountains, Lt. Gen. Faisal Khaled al-Abeli, has been killed along with a number of his aides in the area,” adding that, “The so-called al-Abeli had served as an officer in the intelligence service under the former regime.”



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  1. YAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!! GOT ANOTHER ONE. Oh this does my heart good.

    On an entirely different note, I have seen that often ISIS fighters have been taken prisoner alive. While it is important to extract info, where I come from (I grew up in a nice, homespun Sicilian neighborhood in NJ back in the ’50s and ’60s, a favorite childhood pastime was “count the bodies”), we would never let an enemy live. What, so he can come back and kill me tomorrow? Only way to let them live is to enslave them as they have done to others but first physically castrate first and brand him with EUNUCH on his forehead. Now that boy ain’t goin nowhere, lol. He be ur houseboy tha rest of his natural life and serves him right for being a low down sheep bugger ISIS idiot.

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