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ISIS Plants Bombs in Holy Qurans to Use against Iraqi Forces in Fallujah

ISIS terrorists have planted bombs in copies of the Quran to prevent the advance of Iraqi forces in Fallujah, Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim Jafari announced.
Speaking to Iraqi media, Jafari underlined that methods employed by ISIL contradict the teachings of Islam, al-Wasat daily reported.

He said such acts of desecrating the Quran by ISIS only strengthen the resolve of Iraqi troops and volunteers to combat the terrorist group.

Iraqi forces launched an offensive on May 23 to retake the city, the first to fall to ISIL in Iraq in January 2014.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on June 1 the offensive on Fallujah had been slowed down in order to protect civilians.

Humanitarian aid groups and residents said at the time that ISIS has trapped around 50,000 civilians, including 20,000 children, in Fallujah, threatening those who try to escape with death.

The Northern and Western parts of Iraq have been plagued by violence ever since ISIL terrorists began an offensive through Iraqi …

Iraqi Army Troops Gain More Grounds against ISIS near Fallujah in Anbar

Iraqi forces have managed to liberate more areas near the strategic city of Fallujah in Anbar province from the control of the Daesh (ISIS / ISIL) terrorist group, tightening noose around the militants in the city.

Iraq’s counter-terrorism forces regained control of the neighborhood of al-Shuhada Two to the south of the Fallujah on Wednesday, according to the Arabic-language al-Sumaria news website.

According to the report, the forces raised the Iraqi flag over the buildings of the district and are continuing to advance towards others areas.

The development comes as Lieutenant General Abdelwahab al-Saadi, the commander of Fallujah Liberation Operations, said on Tuesday that government forces, together with fighters from the allied Popular Mobilization Units, are poised to liberate Fallujah from Daesh within the next few days.

On May 22, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the start of the liberation operation of the Daesh-held Fallujah. Nearly 70 kilometers west of the cap…

ISIS' Members Execution Increased; 38 Executed for Abu Hayjaa Al Tunsi

In March Abu Hayjaa Al-Tunsi, a "Tunisian jihadi" and a senior commander with the Daesh group was targeted by a drone missile when driving through northern Syria in order to lead terrorists in the fighting there. His death led to Daesh executing dozens of its own terrorist in search of informants. The killing of Al-Tunsi at the time caused the group kills 38 of its own members on suspicion of acting as informants.They were among dozens of Daesh members killed by their own leadership in recent months in a vicious purge after a string of airstrikes killed prominent figures. "Others have disappeared into prisons and still more have fled, fearing they could be next as the terror group turns on itself in the hunt for moles, according to Syrian opposition activists, Kurdish militia commanders, several Iraqi intelligence officials and an informant for the Iraqi government who worked within Daesh ranks." A mobile phone or Internet connection can raise suspicions. As a warn…