An Update On ISIS Activities

June 3, 2016

June 3, 2016

Dispalced People Camps-Falluja

Today’s Major Developments

Iraqi forces still fighting to control areas north of Falluja.

Several thousand Falluja-area residents reported escaping to Iraqi lines.

Violence is down in Baghdad.

Daesh challenging Iraqi forces near Haditha.

Peshmerga stop Daesh attack in Hamdaniya District.

Turkey newspaper report shows Daesh scheming to control border towns inside Turkey.

Campaign to capture Manbij in Aleppo gains momentum.

Libyan government troops have Daesh on the defensive in Sirte.





Hundreds of people demonstrated in Baghdad demanding faster reforms and more anti-corruption measures. [Rudaw]

Smaller groups demonstrated in Babel, Kerbala and Basra demanding more reforms. [Sumaria] [Sumaria]


A senior security source says security captured a Daesh terrorist in Baghdad responsible for providing Daesh in Anbar with medical supplies. He arrived in Baghdad and was followed by intelligence and captured before he was able to detonate his explosives vest. [Mada]


Osama Al-Nujaifi, the chairman of the Sunni United bloc says many violations were committed by “uncontrollable armed groups,” including kidnapping and mass executions in Falluja. He says the Falluja battle is important and it should be managed in a professional military way. [Sumaria]


The Sistani rep in Friday prayers urged PMF fighters to respect the life, dignity and the properties of the citizens of Falluja, even if they have Daesh members in their families. He says even Daesh terrorists’ properties should not be touched because they belong to their inheritors. He also urged the fighters not to mutilate dead bodies and not to take anything from the battlefield except enemy weapons and ammunition. [Sumaria] [Sumaria] [Sumaria]

DaeshDaily comment. Some videos appeared online showed PMF fighters mutilating or even burning dead bodies of Daesh terrorists or insulting and beating civilians. Regardless of what the Arab media says, and unlike Daesh crimes against civilians and prisoners, these are isolated incidents, and they are not supported by the Iraqi government or by the Shia, Sunni, or Kurdish leaderships.


A member of the CoR’s Legal Affairs committee says the Iraqi government should establish a special commission to study the problems created by Daesh in the liberated areas. [Sumaria]

DaeshDaily comment. While most of the government’s efforts are focused on the military side, and to a much lesser degree on the displacement and reconstruction issues, there many serious problems created by Daesh that should be addressed urgently, including transitional justice, women issues, children issues, education, and many others. It is rather strange that CoR has just started talking about such problems.


The Combined Joint Task Force says the Coalition conducted 15 airstrikes on Daesh in Iraq, in the areas of Falluja (4), Habbaniya (2), and Hit (1); Mosul (4), Kasik (3), and Tal Afar (1)). [CJTF]




Security-related incidents reported

Northeast (Adhamiya, etc.)

An MoI source says an IED exploded near a commercial area in Hay Ur, killing two people and wounding seven. [Mada]


East (Sadr City, New Baghdad, etc.)

An MoI source says an IED exploded near a restaurant in Obeidi, killing one person and wounding five. [Mada]


South (Dora, Mahmudiya)

An MoI source says one person was killed and eight wounded when an IED exploded near a mosque in the Albu Aitha area. [Mada]

An MoI source says two people were killed and seven wounded when an IED exploded near a wholesale market in Abu Dsheer. [Mada]

Iraqi forces found 2 explosives caches in Gharran and in Albu Awsaj in Latifiya. [BOC Facebook Page]


West (Mansour, Ghazaliya, Abu Ghraib)

A local police source says a civilian and his daughter were killed when a sticky IED exploded under their vehicle in Ameriya. [Maalomah]


Total Baghdad incidents reported:    6     (Includes only incidents reported)




The IFP commander says his troops have killed 402 Daesh terrorists and destroyed 5 bulldozer bombs, 32 machine gun-mounted vehicles, 604 IEDs and 7 IED and vehicle bomb workshops since the start of the Falluja campaign. [Buratha]


Daesh issues a video of battles in Falluja. Daesh says in the video that Iraqi forces were not able to advance towards the city of Falluja despite the American warplanes. The video also shows a suicide attack conducted by an Uzbek terrorist. [DawaAlhaq]


A JOC source says Baghdad Operations Command troops shelled and rocketed several areas in Falluja city, killing more than 30 terrorists and destroying storehouses, vehicle bombs, a field hospital used for wounded Daesh terrorists, and other targets. [Harbi]

DaeshDaily command. Someone needs to tell the BOC that destroying a hospital, even it was used to treat Daesh terrorists, is a war crime.


The Iraqi Red Crescent says 10,000 people have been displaced since the start of Falluja battles. [Sumaria]


Falluja city. The West Baghdad Operations commander says Iraqi forces advanced towards the Shuhada’ area in south Falluja city. He says the advances are slow because of Daesh IEDs, vehicle bombs and tunnels in the area. [Baghdadia]


The JOC spokesman says Iraqi forces liberated 27 villages so far in the Falluja area. He says only 400-600 Daesh terrorists remain in the city, most of them Iraqis. [Mawazin]



A local tribal leader says Shia PMFs heavily rocketed several residential areas in north Falluja, killing more than thirty one civilians, including women and children, and wounding twenty seven. [Anadolu]


A video of Iraqi forces destroying Daesh tunnels around Falluja. [MoD Website]

A video of Iraqi airstrikes on Daesh locations in the Falluja area [MoD Website]


North. The Qarma tribal PMF brigade Commander says Iraqi forces cleared the Azraqiya area northwest of Falluja, killing “tens” of Daesh terrorists and destroying 3 vehicle bombs and 4 boats. [Mada]

A tribal PMF commander says Daesh attacked Iraqi forces in the Azraqiya area but Iraqi forces stopped the attack, killing several, including a suicide bomber. [Maalomah]

Daesh claims it stopped a large-scale Iraqi attack on Azraqiya. [A3maq]


Daesh says Coalition planes launched heavy airstrikes on the Azraqiya area. [A3maq]

Daesh says Iraqi forces used civilians as human shields while attacking Azraqiya. [A3maq]

DaeshDaily comment. This is another way of saying “we killed civilians because we couldn’t do anything else.”


Iraqi forces, supported by Iraqi and Coalition airpower, killed 52 Daesh terrorists and destroyed a machine gun-mounted vehicle, 8 hideouts, a motorcycle, 12 combat positions, and 5 rocket launchers, and defused 16 booby-trapped houses and 53 IEDs in the military sector north of Falluja. [BOC Facebook Page]


The IWMC says Coalition warplanes bombed a Daesh headquarters in the Albu Jbail area in south Falluja. The source says “tens” of Daesh terrorists, including the new military commander of Falluja, were in the headquarters at the time of the strike. The headquarters is also the main entrance to several tunnels that lead to several places in the city. [Sumaria]


The PMF spokesman says 300 families (more than 1,500 people), mostly from Saqlawiya, were secured by the PMFs today. He says the Anbar provincial government and the Sunni Endowment brought vehicles to the families as well as humanitarian aid. [Sumaria]


A member of the security committee in Anbar PC says Iraqi forces secured more than 1,000 families from Saqlawiya to the Mazraa military camp east of Falluja. He says more displaced families are expected in the coming hours and the camps don’t have the capacity to shelter them, asking international organizations for help. [Mada]


The IWMC says a Daesh suicide terrorist, disguised as a civilian, blew himself up among displaced families who were trying to leave under the security of Iraqi forces in Saqlawiya, killing or wounding several of them. [Mada]

DaeshDaily comment. This will further complicate Iraqi forces efforts to secure families from Falluja. 


Saraya Al-Jihad, a Shia PMF faction, says Iraqi forces are 1 km (.6 mile) away from Saqlawiya center. [Mada]

The Baghdad Operations commander says the IAA bombed a Daesh hideout in Saqlawiya, killing a Daesh commander. He says Iraqi forces are 600 m (.4 mile) away from Saqlawiya center. [Sumaria]

The West Baghdad Operations commander says the IAA destroyed a Daesh communications center in Saqlawiya. [Mawazin]


A security source says the IAF bombed a Daesh hideout in Saqlawiya, wounding a Daesh sniper commander. The source says Iraqi forces captured the terrorist after the IAF strike. [Mada]


Badr Organization says its troops destroyed 2 Daesh vehicle bombs on the road between Saqlawiya and Falluja. [Sumaria]


Daesh says it conducted a suicide attack on Iraqi forces near the Maftoul Bridge outside Saqlawiya. [A3maq]


An MoI source says the IFP killed a Daesh suicide terrorist wearing an explosives vest and destroyed a vehicle bomb in the Shuhada’ area in Saqlawiya. [Mada]

Daesh says twenty six Iraqi soldiers, including two officers, were killed in the battles in the Shuhada’ area. [A3maq] Daesh also says it destroyed an Iraqi Army bulldozer and damaged another in the Shuhada’ area. [A3maq]


East. A video of displaced families east of Falluja [Sumaria]


The Chairman of the Khaldiya subdistrict council says Iraqi forces captured “tens” of Daesh terrorists who were trying to sneak out with displaced families east and south of Falluja. [Maalomah]


South. A security source says Iraqi forces raised the flag over the Nuaimiya police station. [Baghdadia]


The Ministry of Migration and Displacement says 868 families from Falluja District arrived at the camps in Ameriyat Al-Falluja. [Sumaria]

Photos of families crossing the river, escaping Daesh controlled areas in Zoba’a toward Ameriyat Al-Falluja [Ghad]


Daesh says it attacked Iraqi forces near the Ma’amir area in Zoba’a, destroying 6 Humvees and a bulldozer before returning safely. [JustPaste]

Daesh says it destroyed 4 Iraqi Army Humvees, damaging two, and destroying a bulldozer in the Ma’amir area. [A3maq]

Daesh issues a video of destroying an Iraqi Army bulldozer with an SPG9 rocket in Ma’amir. [A3maq]


Daesh says it destroyed 2 Iraqi Army Humvees, a tank, and a bulldozer in the Jami’a area south of Falluja City. [A3maq]



The Iraqi Ground Troops commander visited Hit and Kubaisa and met with the tribal leaders. [MoD Website]


The Jazeera Operations Commander says Iraqi Army 7th division destroyed 3 Daesh bombs, including a vehicle bomb, north of Abli village north of Baghdadi. He also says the division destroyed 3 Daesh boats and a house used as a weapons storehouse along the Euphrates River north of Baghdadi. [Sumaria]


The Jazeera Operations Commander says Iraqi forces liberated Mesakhan village south of Dolab, destroyed a vehicle bomb and 7 boats and defused 22 IEDs. [Maalomah]


The Jazeera Operations Commander says Iraqi forces destroyed 85 IEDs on the road between Hit and Kubaisa. [Maalomah]


The Jazeera Operations Commander says Iraqi forces destroyed a Daesh machine gun-mounted vehicle northeast of Jubba, north of Baghdadi. [Maalomah]


Daesh says it killed seven Iraqi soldiers and destroyed 4 SUVs with IEDs near the Ain Al-Asad military base. [A3maq]



A tribal PMF commander says Iraqi artillery destroyed a Daesh hideout in the Jazeera area in Haditha District, killing 5 terrorists. [Maalomah]


Rutba/Western Anbar

The Jazeera Operations Commander says Explosive Ordinance Disposal cleared 30 booby-trapped houses and several government buildings in Rutba. [Maalomah]




A security source says a civilian was killed by a Katyusha rocket that fell at his house in the Mazraa area south of Baiji. [Mada]


Daesh says it targeted Iraqi Army positions in the Baiji area with mortars and rockets. [JustPaste]


A JOC source says Salahuddin Operations Command troops defused 27 IEDs in the Albu Tu’ma area. The IFP killed 2 Daesh terrorists in the Makhoul Mountain area. [Harbi]



The Chairman of the Security Committee in Salahuddin GC says the IAF launched an airstrike on a Daesh meeting near the Allas oilfield, killing Nasser Al-Ammouna, a local Daesh commander, and 3 of his associates. The terrorist, originally from Rawa, was one of the leaders of the Speicher Massacre. [Mada]

DaeshDaily comment. Unfortunately, this is not the first time the government announced the killing of this criminal.



Northern Diyala

A security source says security captured 2 suspects implicated in killing two civilians in the victims’ house in Qara Tapa. The suspects were arrested in Midan village 10 km (6 miles) west of Qara Tapa. [Sumaria]




Daesh says it targeted Bashir with 10 mortar shells. [JustPaste]




A Kata’eb Al-Mosul says it killed a Daesh terrorist near Thawra neighborhood in Mosul. [KM Facebook Page]


Kata’eb Al-Mosul issues a video of the Daesh hisbah office in Mosul after it was destroyed by Coalition warplanes. [KM Facebook Page]


A security source says Daesh is using heavy cloths over the streets of Mosul to hide its vehicles and anti-air craft weapons from warplanes in many areas in Mosul. [Karemlash]


Nineveh Plain

The Peshmerga says it stopped a Daesh attack on Mufti village near Khazer, killing 40 terrorists, including suicide bombers. [Ghad]

A Peshmerga commander says the Peshmerga stopped a large-scale Daesh attack on Wardak village in Hamdaniya. He says the village was liberated 4 days ago. Four Peshmerga fighters were killed and two wounded in the attack. [Maalomah]

A Peshmerga commander says a Peshmerga colonel was killed and seven Peshmerga fighters wounded in the attack. [Rudaw]

In an overlapping report, the Peshmerga command says the Peshmerga stopped a Daesh attack on Mufti, Zahra Qatoun, and Wardak, killing 30 terrorists, including several suicide bombers and destroying 2 Humvee bombs. It also says one Peshmerga fighter was killed and seven wounded. [BasNews]


A KDP official says Mosul hospitals received the dead bodies of 90 Daesh terrorists killed in the battles in Khazer. [Mada]



Daesh says it attacked Peshmerga forces in Kermerdi village west of Makhmur, killing four soldiers and burning down 3 military positions and a machine gun-mounted vehicle. [A3maq] [JustPaste]

Daesh issues a video of the attack. [A3maq]


Daesh says it shelled and rocketed Iraqi Army positions in the Makhmur area. [JustPaste]


A video of a Coalition airstrike destroying a Daesh weapons storage facility near Qayara on May 5th. [CJTF]


Northwest (Tal Afar, Sinjar)

Daesh says it shelled or rocketed several Peshmerga locations in the Sinjar area. [JustPaste]



An American YPG fighter says he was captured by the KDP after fighting Daesh for 7 months with the YPG in Syria. He says the KDP Asayesh caught him and put him in prison with Daesh terrorists for 40 days prior to his release. [ROJ]




Turkey’s Cumhuriyet newspaper gained access to a confidential document (a copy of the original signed document is shown) sent by the police to the Provincial Governors’ Offices in Gaziantep and Kilis making the following warnings: • Daesh is preparing an attack with a bomb-laden truck on the border crossing point into Syria at Kilis. • Daesh will increase its activities in the Kilis and Gaziantep provinces with the aim of adding them to the territory it controls. • It will continue to attack the area with rockets with the aim of forcing the population to leave, after which it will infiltrate its own people into these places. • Daesh has made a tunnel from Jarabulus in Syria and has sent its members into Kilis through this tunnel; these people are currently acting as sleeper cells and are engaging in no activity. • Instructions are being given in sermons at prayers that Turkish officials/soldiers should be shot on sight. [Cumhuriyet]

DaeshDaily comment. We thank our friend in Turkey for this report.




The Combined Joint Task Force says the Coalition conducted 14 airstrikes on Daesh in Syria, ten of them in support of the Manbij campaign, three in Raqqa, and one in Mare’. [CJTF]


Northeast (Hasaka, Raqqa)

Syrian military sources say Syrian troops are now 12 km (7.5 miles) away from Raqqa’s official boundary. [BasNews]


Hundreds of people in Suluk, north of Raqqa, demonstrated, demanding to return to their houses that were taken by the YPG 11 months ago. The demonstrators say the YPG is not allowing Arabs and Turkmen to return to the city, using the excuse that their houses were booby-trapped by Daesh. The YPG used live ammunition to break up the demonstrations, but no casualties were reported (video). [Qasioun]


The YPG freed a Yazidi woman and her three children from Daesh during a special operation in Raqqa Governorate. The family was delivered to the Asayesh in Kobane. [Hawar]


Northwest (Aleppo, Idlib)

Manbij campaign. An offensive by U.S.-backed fighters in Syria to clear a strip of land along and south of the Turkish border would free up to 40,000 civilians from Daesh control if successful, the U.S. military said on Friday in its first briefing on the operation. The assault around the Syrian city of Manbij, backed by U.S.-led coalition air strikes and a contingent of American special forces, aims to help cut off Daesh’s last major stretch of the Syrian-Turkish frontier by seizing territory in northwestern Syria west of the Euphrates River. Colonel Patrick Ryder, a spokesman at the U.S. military’s Central Command, said the mostly Arab force had made significant advances since the start of the offensive this week. “They are facing some heavy resistance from Daesh, which is to be expected … But so far the progress and the momentum is going in the right direction,” Ryder said. [Reuters]


The Syria Democratic Forces say they captured 3 more villages near Manbij. [Dorar]

A military source says a Syrian Democratic Forces commander was severely wounded in Manbij and transported by an American helicopter to a hospital in Iraqi Kurdistan. [BasNews]


Manbij Military Council troops liberated Qabr Eimo village, 4 km (2.5 miles) east of Manbij and just west of the Euphrates River, from Daesh. Daesh sent 2 vehicle bombs, but they were destroyed before reaching their targets. The troops also liberated Nuaimiya village 9 km (5.5 miles) west of the Euphrates. [Hawar] [Hawar]

Daesh says 2 of its Syrian suicide terrorists attacked a YPG gathering in Qabr Eimo village near the Qara Quzaq Bridge east of Manbij, killing or wounding “tens” of fighters. Daesh says the YPG had captured the village hours prior. [JustPaste]


Manbij Military Council troops captured Tal Saraj, a strategic hill 13 km (8 miles) west of the Euphrates after heavy clashes with Daesh, killing 13 terrorists including a commander, and capturing a mortar unit. The MMC troops also captured Muqbila village and destroyed a Daesh machine gun-mounted vehicle in the Qara Quzaq area. People from the village supported the MMC in the fighting. [Hawar]


A video of the Manbij Military Council troops in the liberated Tal Arash village west of the Tishrin Dam [Hawar]


Manbij Military Council troops liberated the Um Al-Shajar Mountain, west of the Tishrin Dam. The troops found 3 Daesh bedrooms used for the “recreation” of its emirs. Local sources say Daesh terrorists used to rape kidnapped women in these rooms. [Hawar]


Manbij Military Council troops captured a Daesh military camp used to train Ashbal Al-Khilafa, underage boys, hidden in Al-Hay Mountain west of the Tishrin Dam. Local sources say the camp was also used for meetings by Daesh commanders. [Hawar]


Daesh says tens of young men from Manbij joined its terrorists after the Friday prayers (video). [A3maq] [A3maq]


Informed sources say Daesh kidnapped more than 30 people, including young boys, from Asaliya village, 15 km (9 miles) west of Manbij. [Hawar]


Mare’. Syrian opposition groups stopped a Daesh attack on Mare’ from 3 sides, killing 36 Daesh terrorists and wounding “tens”. [Dorar]

Here Daesh says its terrorists sneaked into Mare’ and clashed with opposition groups for hours before American warplanes arrived, causing them to withdraw, killing 17 fighters and destroying a heavy machine gun and SUV. Daesh also says that earlier, American planes had dropped weapons and ammunition on the opposition groups in the city. [JustPaste]

Daesh says Coalition warplanes launched 7 airstrikes on Mare’, 4 of them with heavy machine guns and 3 with rockets. [A3maq]


Daesh says it attacked Mare’ city after midnight and killed seventeen opposition group fighters. [A3maq]

Daesh publishes photos of the attack. [JustPaste]


Daesh says four women and one man from the same family were killed in an American airstrike on Talalin village north of Mare’. [A3maq]


Turkey backed opposition groups shelled Sheikh Maqsoud in Aleppo city, wounding fourteen civilians, including a child. [Hawar]


Northwest border. More than 14,000 displaced people have arrived in Afrin since May 25th. [Hawar]

The United Nations refuted media reports about the PYD not allowing displaced families to enter Afrin. [ROJ]


Daesh says it detonated a IED on an opposition group vehicle, killing six fighters east of Azaz. [A3maq]


Central and West (Homs, Hama, etc.)

Syrian troops and allied militias captured the military storehouses area north of Tadmur after heavy clashes with Daesh. Syrian troops, supported by Hezbollah militias, captured several mountain areas north of Ameriya subdistrict east of Homs. Daesh withdrew without a fight. Heavy clashes are still ongoing between Daesh and Syrian troops near the Sha’er oilfield. [Qasioun]


A Syrian military source says Syrian troops supported by militias captured more areas in Ithariya and cut off Daesh’s most important supply line in the area. [SANA]

Daesh says heavy clashes erupted between its terrorists and Syrian troops on the road between Ithariya and Raqqa. [A3maq]


Daesh says one of its suicide terrorists attacked Syrian troops east of Tadmur with a vehicle bomb, killing or wounding several soldiers and destroying their vehicles. [JustPaste]

Daesh publishes one photo of its terrorists shooting at Syrian troops near Tadmur [A3maq]


Daesh says it destroyed a Syrian Army tank in the northeastern outskirts of Tadmur [A3maq]


East (Deir Ez-Zor)

Local media sources say Syrian warplanes bombed Albu Lail village east of Deir Ez-Zor, killing eleven civilians, including two women, and wounding seventeen. [Dorar]


Daesh says it captured a “strategic position” on Tharda Mountain near the Deir Ez-Zor airport. [A3maq]

Daesh issues a video of Syrian troops fleeing the fighting near Tharda Mountain. [A3maq]




North Africa


The spokesman of the Egyptian Army says Egyptian troops killed 22 terrorists and destroyed 28 hideouts and 9 houses, and defused 4 IEDS in the 3rd stage of its military campaign in Sinai. [Wasat]


Eyewitnesses say security forces launched a large military campaign in west Rafah. [ElWatan]


Security forces killed 6 Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis terrorists and captured 2 in Rafah. [VetoGate]


Security forces killed an Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis terrorist in Sheikh Zuweid. [VetoGate]


A medical source says 6 policemen were wounded when an IED exploded on their armored vehicle in Bir Lahfan south of Arish. [VetoGate]


Security forces captured 4 armed men in south Rafah, and 3 in Sheikh Zuweid. [ElWatan]




The Libyan special forces spokesman says Libyan troops, supported by artillery and warplanes, advanced further in the Qawarsha area in Benghazi. He also says eight soldiers were killed in the battles. [AfriGate]


Daesh claimed responsibility for killing the Libyan special forces commander with an IED in the Qawarsha area yesterday. [JustPaste]


Central coast

The Libyan National Accord Government troops captured the steam electric power station in the Qubaiba area west of Sirte. Local sources say Daesh sabotaged the station before fleeing toward the city. Medical sources say six Libyan soldiers were killed and fourteen wounded in the battles. [AfriGate]

Daesh says it destroyed several Fajr Libya vehicles with IEDs west of the steam station. [JustPaste]


Daesh says its tanks destroyed 3 Fajr Libya vehicles in the Qubaiba area west of Sirte. [A3maq]

Fajr Libya is the dominant military group in Misrata, west of Sirte.


Daesh says it destroyed 3 Fajr Libya vehicles with 3 IEDs west of the steam electric power station west of Sirte. Daesh also says it shelled and rocketed Fajr Libya troops in the area. [JustPaste]


A Libyan military source says Libyan troops advanced further toward Sirte and captured the Garbiyat area, killing 3 Daesh terrorists and wounding others. [AfriGate]


A spokesman of the National Accord Government military says Libyan troops advanced toward Sirte, forcing Daesh terrorists to retreat. He also says the troops destroyed a Daesh vehicle bomb and captured 4 foreign terrorists, including a senior commander, in the Dhair area west of Sirte. [Wasat]


Local sources say Daesh detonated a vehicle bomb near the main water tank in the city of Harawa. The sources also say Daesh established sand barriers around the city from the east and the south and planted IEDs and land mines around the city. [Wasat]

A National Accord Government military source says aircraft bombed Daesh locations in Harawa. [AfriGate]


The spokesman of the National Accord Government military refuted reports about foreign fighters, saying there are no foreign military fighters among his troops in the battles for Sirte. However, he says, they are receiving logistical support from “friendly states”. He also says his troops will surround Sirte in the coming hours. Another spokesman says thirteen Libyan soldiers were killed and thirty five wounded in the battles in southern and coastal areas, 20 km (12.5 miles) from Sirte, during the last 24 hours. [Wasat] [Wasat]


The Libyan Coast Guard commander says his forces are monitoring the coast near Sirte, in support of the troops battling Daesh in Sirte. [Wasat]


The people of Nawfaliya held the first Friday prayer in the city since it was liberated from Daesh. This is the first Daesh-free prayer in a year. [Wasat]


The Marada brigade in says it captured 4 Daesh terrorists on the outskirts of the city, located south of the Mediterranean in a desert area. [Libya24]


Other countries


The Lebanese National Media Agency says security captured a Daesh cell in the Alia area on Lebanon Mountain. [SANA]




Facebook Page of the Day

Lions of Roj Ava, a pro-YPG page


Daesh Twitter Accounts of the Day


Other Daesh media  

Daesh audio newsletter for today [JustPaste]



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