Daesh executes several own commanders for fleeing battlefield
A security source in Nineveh Province in northwestern Iraq reported that Daesh has executed 12 senior commanders that tried to flee the town of Tal Afar.
The source said that Daesh arrested 12 commanders of its forces in Tal Afar and executed them on charges of fleeing the town.
After their defeat in Mosul and losing a large number of terrorists, the Daesh front in Tal Afar has collapsed.
Relevant reports said on Saturday that clashes broke out between members of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group at a mosque in northwestern Iraq, where four of the terrorists were killed or injured in the infighting.
Al-Sumaria television network on Saturday cited a local source as saying anonymously that heavy gunfire had broken out at the mosque in the northwestern Iraqi province of Nineveh’s Tal Afar District.
The source added that Daesh, which suffered crushing defeats at the hands of the Iraqi military in the recent past, was witnessing a breakup and increasing internal differences gave way to open clashes.
The source declared that the group went about arresting some of its elements after the recent confrontation.