An Update On ISIS Activities

May 16, 2016



Today’s Major Developments

Daesh stages Sunday suicide attack on Taji gas factory in Baghdad.

Iraqi forces secure several Daesh-held villages in Hit, Haditha.

Iraqi troops make lightning move toward Rutba against light resistance.

Daesh leader Baghdadi reported back in Ninewa for a meeting.

US, Iraq reportedly tell Ninewa’s National Mobilization Forces “No thanks.”

PUK official reports Gorran and PUK will form a new bloc in CoR & Kurdish parliament.

Syrian opposition groups source says Turkey, US planning Turkey-led assault on Aleppo northern border.





On Sunday Daesh says 4 of its suicide terrorists attacked the Taji gas factory in northern Baghdad Governorate. Daesh says the attack started with a vehicle bomb, then the terrorists detonated their suicide vests, killing or wounding more than fifty soldiers. [JustPaste]

The Spokesman of the Ministry of Interior says Daesh terrorists detonated a vehicle bomb near the factory gate, killing one of the guards and three Sahwa fighters, and wounding three IFP members and 2 Sahwa fighters. He says the 6 suicide terrorists detonated themselves after they were trapped by security forces. However, another MoI source says 24 Iraqi security personnel were wounded and three gas storage tanks were destroyed. [Mada]

A video of the explosion [YouTube]

Daesh Daily Comment. Iraqi forces are targeting Daesh sleeper cells in north and south Baghdad and Diyala. This may be one of the motivations for Daesh to use these sleeper cells before they get caught. Also, Daesh’s main goal these days is to maintain relevance in the face of its recent defeats by appearing more in the news, using the chaotic political situation to give validity to Daesh attacks. This also shows that Iraqi security forces are still not capable of securing Baghdad, and they need better explosive detection devices in addition to K9 units. It also demonstrates the harm that could be done by the objections of Sunni politicians to proposals for securing Baghdad.


Prime Minister Abadi ordered the Ministry of Interior to investigate the terrorist attack on the Gas Factory in Taji and re-evaluate the police unit responsible for its security. [Mada]


Speaker Jubouri’s office issued a statement that Jubouri met in his office with Prime Minister Abadi and the leaders of the Coalition of Iraqi Powers, i.e., the Sunni alliance. [Sumaria]


Media sources say the Interpol removed the name of former Vice President Tariq Al-Hashimi from its wanted list because of information repeatedly requested from Iraqi authorities that was not provided. [Sumaria]


Brett McGurk, U.S. President Barack Obama’s special envoy in the fight against Daesh, told a news conference in Amman that Daesh has not gained significant ground since it took the Iraqi city of Ramadi a year ago, which it then lost in December, as the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq and Syria has been helped by better intelligence and better equipped local forces. He also said Daesh “is shrinking so they are very much on the defensive,”

McGurk said that U.S.-led coalition effort to capture Mosul and Raqqa was making progress.

“We are doing precision strikes in Mosul almost every day,” he added. “There is constant synchronized pressure,” “We will be beginning over the coming weeks and months a pressure campaign on Raqqa in all its aspects,” he said. [SotKurdistan]


The UNDP says Finland donated $1,130,000 dollars to support the stabilization efforts in the liberated areas in Iraq. [Mada]


The Combined Joint Task Force says Coalition warplanes conducted airstrikes 8 on Daesh in Iraq (near Albu Hayat (Haditha) (1), Rutba (1), and Habbaniya (2); Kasik (1) and Mosul (3)). [CJTF]


A JOC source says the IAF conducted 2 sorties, and the IAA 11. [Harbi]




Security-related incidents reported

Northeast (Adhamiya, etc.)

An MoI source says an IED exploded near Shallal market in Shaab, killing two people and wounding eight. [Mada]


Southeast (Mada’in, etc.)

An MoI source says the police found the bodies of two unknown women stabbed to death in Zafaraniya. [Mada]

An MoI sources says two PMF fighters were killed and three wounded when a sticky IED exploded under their vehicle in Zafaraniya. [Mada]

An MoI source says two people were killed and seven wounded when an IED exploded near a parking lot in the Old Diyala Bridge area. [Mada]


South (Dora, Mahmudiya)

The spokesman of the AAH says Daesh sleeper cells in parts of Baghdad are planning to attack Mahmudiya with vehicle bombs and explosives vests. He says Daesh sleeper cells are trying to use the political confusion to create chaos in Baghdad. [Maalomah]

Iraqi Army 23rd brigade defused 3 IEDs in the Manari and Zanbaraniya areas in Arab Jubour. [BOC Facebook Page]


Southwest (Rasheed)

An MoI source says an IED exploded near a cattle market in Suwaib, killing one person and wounding six. [Mada]


West (Mansour, Ghazaliya, Abu Ghraib)

A JOC source says Iraqi forces killed a Daesh terrorist in the Abadi area of Abu Ghraib. [Harbi]


Total Baghdad incidents reported:   10    (Includes only incidents reported)




Iraqi Army 14th division artillery killed 5 Daesh terrorists and wounded 2, destroying a construction shovel and rocket launcher in Albu Shijil, Rofa, and Zaghareed areas.

[BOC Facebook Page]


Daesh says it attacked Iraqi forces in the Ma’amir area in Zoba’a, killing twelve soldiers and destroying a BMP armored vehicle. [A3maq]

Iraqi Army 59th brigade found a weapons and IED cache in Zoba’a. [BOC Facebook Page]


Rapid Intervention Units destroyed 2 Daesh hideouts and 2 heavy machine guns in the thermal station area. [BOC Facebook Page]

Daesh says its snipers killed an Iraqi soldier near the gypsum factory east of Falluja and another soldier in the Albu Aziz area. [JustPaste]


A video of a Coalition airstrike on a Daesh tactical unit near Falluja on April 25 [CJTF]



The Chairman of the Khaldiya council says Daesh shelled and rocketed several areas in Khaldiya, killing six civilians and wounding thirty, including women and children. [Maalomah]


The Deputy Anbar Operations Commander says Iraqi Army artillery destroyed 2 Daesh mortar units and killed 6 terrorists in Jazeera Khaldiya. [Sumaria]


A JOC source says Iraqi forces cleared 3 buildings in Anbar University. The source also says Iraqi forces defused 5 booby-trapped houses and destroyed 11 IEDs in the Dhubat and Aramel neighborhoods in Ramadi. [Harbi]


Daesh says it shot down an Iraqi recon drone near the Habbaniya Air Base southeast of Ramadi. [A3maq]


Hit/Baghdadi/ Haditha

A tribal PMF commander says Iraqi forces liberated several villages between Baghdadi and Haditha, killing 25 terrorists. (Baghdadi is in Hit but close to the Haditha border.) He also says Coalition warplanes destroyed 7 Daesh tunnels in the area. [Mada]


He also says that Iraqi forces cleared the Gharraf area in Hit just northeast of Baghdadi, killing 30 terrorists, including 3 snipers. [Maalomah]


A JOC source says Iraqi forces liberated Samaniya and Owaina villages north of Baghdadi, killing many Daesh terrorists and destroying 2 vehicle bombs, a ferry, and 238 IEDs. The source says one Iraqi soldier was killed and one wounded in the operation. [Harbi]


The Jazeera Operations Commander says Iraqi forces liberated Suwainikh in Haditha, and other villages north of Baghdadi along the river, killing 7 Daesh terrorists. [Mada]

He also says Daesh booby-trapped the entire area, but Iraqi Explosive Ordinance Disposal is working on clearing the area. [Maalomah]


The Jazeera Operations commander says Iraqi forces launched a large attack on Daesh in areas northeast of Barwana, close to Haditha, killing 15 terrorists and destroying 3 vehicles bombs. He also says Daesh lost “tens” of its terrorists in addition to many vehicle bombs over the last 24 hours. He also confirmed that Iraqi forces liberated and cleared Baraziya village northeast of Baghdadi, killing 5 Daesh terrorists. [Mada] [Mada]


The PMF source cited above says Iraqi forces cleared the Jadida, Suwaidiya, and Omairiya areas and they are moving ahead to liberate Zuwaidiya, Saqra, and Rayhaniya areas on the road to Rawa, further northwest in Anah District. [Maalomah]


The Anbar Operations Commander says Prime Minister Abadi issued an order to accept 600 more recruits from Anbar to join the Iraqi army in Ain Al-Asad base. [Sumaria]


Rutba/Western Anbar

The Mayor of Rutba announced that Iraqi forces, supported by Iraqi and Coalition airpower, started a large military campaign to liberate Rutba. [Mada]


The Mayor said Iraqi forces took control of the international road towards Rutba and killed a Daesh suicide terrorist. He says Iraqi forces are preparing to break into the city and will liberate it in the coming hours. He says Daesh presence is “weak” in the clashes with the Iraqi forces. [Mada]


An Anbar Operations Command source says Counter Terrorism troops captured large areas of Rutba District. The source also says Iraqi forces, supported by IAA helicopters, are in control of the situation and Daesh terrorists are posing little front line resistance. [Maalomah]

DaeshDaily comment. The limited Daesh resistance is good news in a way but should not be taken at face value. Iraq has made great progress lately in Anbar and Daesh has clearly lost its grip on most of the governorate. However, this does not necessarily mean that Daesh is going away. It may just be choosing not to get into direct battles with Iraqi forces at this time. It could renew its military efforts later, or go underground and wait for a later opportunity. We notice that the progress reports from Hit and Haditha districts don’t say much about Daesh resistance or casualties either. Remember too that in vast Anbar, and especially in Rutba, neither the government nor Daesh can control all the territory at all times. Neither has enough manpower. By winning back more and more territory in Anbar, Iraq’s military is getting extended farther and farther out, which creates potential vulnerability.


Daesh says 5 of its terrorists attacked Iraqi forces in the Saqqar area near Rutba. Daesh says 2 of the terrorists detonated their explosive vests, killing or wounding several soldiers and destroying a tank, an armored vehicle, and several Humvees as the remaining terrorists returned back safely. [JustPaste]


Photos of Iraqi forces near Rutba [AIN]



A JOC source says around 50,000 citizens have returned to their houses in different areas in Salahuddin so far. [Harbi]



Daesh says it detonated several IEDs on Iraqi soldiers and PMF fighters on part of the Baiji-Haditha road, killing three of them and wounding two. [JustPaste]


A security source says a PMF fighter was killed and two wounded when they tried to defuse an IED near Siniya. [Mada]


Daesh publishes photos of battles west of Baiji. [JustPaste]



A security source says Iraqi forces shut down a Daesh recon drone near Ajeel oilfield. [Mada]


Southern Salahuddin

A PMF commander says Daesh sent one of its Saudi terrorists to activate sleeper cells in the Bishkan area in Dhuluiya, in order to conduct terrorist attacks in Salahuddin and Diyala, but the plan was foiled by security forces. A PMF source said yesterday that security forces found a Daesh weapons and explosive storehouse near the Diyala River in Al-Khalis in southeastern Diyala. [Sumaria]



A security source says security forces captured 2 Daesh terrorists involved in the suicide attack in Sadr City last week. He says one of the terrorists was captured in Suleikh in north Baghdad, and the other in Diyala. [Maalomah]



A security source says the local police captured a vehicle loaded with TNT explosives in west Al-Khalis. The source says the truck was heading to Baquba. [Maalomah]


A security source says security forces captured a Daesh sleeper cell of 7 terrorists near Baquba. [Harbi]


A local source says unknown armed me shot and killed a farmer near Kanaan east of Baquba. [Sumaria]


Northern Diyala

The Manager of Udhaim subdistrict says 501 families returned to their houses in the district after passing the security check. A source in Speaker Jubouri’s office says an additional 700 families will return soon. [Sumaria]


The Chairman of Udhaim subdistrict council says Daesh launched 3 more mortars on the subdistrict without causing human casualties. [Sumaria]

The Chairman earlier said 6 mortar shells fell on different areas in the subdistrict. He says the shells came from the Al-Hawi area near Salahuddin. [Mada]

Daesh Daily Comment. The attack on Balad in southern Salahuddin last week also coincided with the return of displaced families. Daesh does not favor such returns. Sunnis living in their houses and attempting to restart their lives are a threat in the eyes of Daesh. Daesh will always attempt to disrupt peace to advance their agenda and to recruit more people from displaced communities


A security source says a PMF fighter was severely wounded by a Daesh shooting on a military position in the Al-Hawi area. [Sumaria]




A security source says unknown armed men in a civilian vehicle kidnapped a high school student from the Ihtifalat area in south Kirkuk city. [Sumaria]



A local source says the Daesh leader, Awwad Baghdadi, arrived in Ninewa from Albu Kamal for a visit lasting several hours. [Sumaria]


An MP from Ninewa says the provincial government of Ninewa is waiting for the Council of Ministers to form and arm tribal PMFs in Ninewa in order to hold the ground in liberated areas. He says the recent political and security events have put this directive on hold. [BasNews]


The spokesman of the NMF says political parties in Ninewa will soon a hold a meeting to ask the (Saudi-led) Islamic Coalition for weapons after the national government and the International Coalition let them down. [Sumaria]

DaeshDaily comment. Isn’t it great that the countries who actually helped the Daesh terrorists to invade Iraq are being asked to help in fighting terrorism.



An informed source says Daesh stoned a woman and twenty young men to death, after accusing them on separate adultery charges. [Mada]


Local sources say Daesh withdrew most of its hisbah personnel from Mosul streets and kept only 2 in every market after the heavy Coalition airstrikes on the city. Daesh terrorists are using taxis instead of their vehicles in order not to be targeted. Coalition warplanes have destroyed 40 Daesh hisbah vehicles recently. The sources say Daesh now has only 50 hisbah members left in the city. [BasNews]


Kata’eb Al-Mosul says its fighters shot at a Daesh vehicle in the Rashidiya area, killing or wounding 4 terrorists. [KM Facebook Page]

Kata’eb Al-Mosul says it killed a local Daesh terrorist the Intisar neighborhood in Mosul. [KM Facebook Page]


A Shabak MP says the National Mobilization Forces attacked a Shabak village in Bashiqa, supported by Peshmerga, Turkish troops, and Coalition warplanes, starting early morning on Sunday and withdrawing in the afternoon. He says the NMF cannot hold ground, and have destroyed 3 other villages the same way, as their method of attack is to attack without the firepower to maintain control, and then retreat. He says this is part of a plan to change the demography of Shabak, Christian, and Yazidi villages. [Karemlash]

DaeshDaily comment. This is a rather wild statement, and we are in no way trying to validate it, only to report what the gentleman said.


Daesh publishes photos on Sunday of destroying Mashki Gate that was built more than 2,600 years ago. [JustPaste]

Daesh Daily Comment. Another attack on Iraq’s cultural history! Daesh has been in charge of the area for a long time, however, and it could have destroyed this gate much earlier, so why now? The answer is Daesh wants to remain relevant. Daesh needs media attention, especially with its recent defeats and territorial losses. Daesh wants to create, as usual, a shock wave, but this is now becoming an old technique.


Nineveh Plain

A JOC source says Coalition warplanes killed 2 Daesh terrorists and destroyed 2 weapons storehouses in Bashiqa. [Harbi]


A JOC source says Coalition warplanes killed 3 Daesh terrorists and destroyed a bulldozer in Batnaya village in Tel Keif. [Harbi]


A JOC source says Coalition warplanes bombed Daesh gatherings in Badana Sufla village in Hamdaniya, killing 6 terrorists. [Harbi]


A video of a Coalition airstrike destroying a Daesh transportation barge along the Tigris River Valley near Sultan Abdullah in Hamdaniya, near Qayara, on April 13 [CJTF]



A JOC source says Coalition warplanes bombed a Daesh gathering near Kubruk village, killing 12 terrorists and destroying a vehicle bomb and 2 mortars. [Harbi]


A PUK official says Coalition warplanes destroyed several Daesh boats near Makouk village in Qayara, killing 5 terrorists. [PUKMedia]


A PUK official say Coalition warplanes bombed a Daesh meeting in Haj Ali village, killing or wounding more than 20 terrorists, most of them foreigners. [PUKMedia]

The IWMC says Coalition warplanes also destroyed a machine gun-mounted Humvee in Haj Ali village, killing the terrorists inside, and killed 4 Daesh terrorists and destroyed a mortar in Awsaja village.  [PUKMedia]


Ninewa Operations Command says Coalition warplanes destroyed Daesh rocket launchers in the Qayara Cemetery. The warplanes also destroyed 3 Daesh mortar units in Sidawa village, and ammunition storehouses in Haj Ali village. [AIN]


A JOC source says Iraqi forces killed a Daesh sniper in Al-Nassr village. [Harbi]


Northwest (Tal Afar, Sinjar)

Daesh says it destroyed a Peshmerga vehicle with an IED in the Khara’ej area, killing or wounding the fighters inside. [JustPaste]


A JOC source says Coalition warplanes destroyed a 500 meter long Daesh tunnel in Ashiq village in Tal Afar. [Harbi]


Daesh publishes photos of its greenhouse in Tal Afar. [JustPaste]

Daesh Daily Comment. This will be useful for the rightful land owners when they return.



A PUK official says the PUK and Gorran signed a preliminary agreement to form united blocks in Baghdad and Erbil parliaments and participate in the coming elections with a united list. [SotKurdistan]

DaeshDaily comment. If true, this would be a huge political development. 


According to a Kurdish MP, the KRG Prime Minister, Nechirvan Barzani issues an order to the Kurdish ministers and MPs to return to Baghdad and resume normal duties,. However, the Chairman of the Gorran COR block says in a press conference with the Chairman of the PUK, Kurdistan Islamic Union, and the Islamic group, that they cannot go to Baghdad given the current circumstances. [Sumaria] [Sumaria]


President Masoum arrived to Erbil to meet with KRG leaders to discuss the political and economic situation and the solutions for the current crisis between Baghdad and Erbil. [Mada]




A security source says security forces captured a man wanted on terrorism charges in Iskandariya, north of Hilla. [Harbi]


Dhi Qar

The Dhi Qar police say an IED exploded near the AAH headquarters in Gharraf subdistrict, causing material damages. [Mada]



A security source says an employee of the state owned South Oil Company was killed when a sticky IED exploded under his vehicle in Hay Al-Zahra’ in Basra. [Baghdadia]


Daesh issues an infographic about its operations in southern Iraq for the first half of the lunar year. [A3maq]




The Turkish General Security Agency says Turkish counter terrorism troops launched a large campaign in Kharbit City and arrested 7 Daesh terrorists, including a Syrian emir. The terrorists allegedly sneaked into Turkey a month ago. [Rudaw]


According to the HaberTurk news portal, Turkish intelligence sources are warning that Daesh is planning ten different attacks in Ankara and other large cities on May 19th, which is a public holiday in Turkey known as the “Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day” devoted to the efforts of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk to create a modern, secular Turkish state (obviously anathema to Daesh). The targets are said to include Ataturk’s mausoleum, the US embassy and a military office in the quarter of Cebeci in Ankara. [HaberTurk]

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




Syrian opposition sources leaked information about a meeting between American and Turkish officials and opposition leaders. They had an agreement to launch an attack on Daesh, starting from Turkey, financed by Qatar and Saudi Arabia. The sources say opposition fighters were already positioned near the Syria Turkey border. The sources say the attack will be from four sides, one toward Jarabulus, the second toward Al-Ra’i, the third toward Azaz. These attacks will be launched from Turkey, while the fourth will be from Mare’ towards the east. The attacks will commence in two weeks, according to the sources. [BasNews]


Daesh issues an infographic about its operations against Syrian troops for the first half of the lunar year. [A3maq]


The Combined Joint Task Force says Coalition warplanes conducted 6 airstrikes on Daesh in Syria, in or near Bukamal in Deir Ez-Zor (1), Tanf on the Iraqi border in Homs (1), and Manbij (1) and Mare’ (3) in Aleppo. [CJTF]


Northeast (Hasaka, Raqqa)

Daesh publishes photos of shelling YPG locations with mortars south of Shaddadi, [JustPaste]


Daesh issues a video of military training of young children from Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia. The video was issued by Daesh’s Baraka (Hasaka) wilaya. [DawaAlhaq]


Northwest (Aleppo, Idlib)

Local sources say Turkish artillery shelled Daesh locations in Harjala, Hawar Kilis, and Dalha, near Azaz. [BasNews]


Turkish media sources say Coalition warplanes and Turkish artillery targeted Daesh north of Aleppo, killing 27 terrorists. [ARA]


Syrian opposition groups recaptured 5 villages from Daesh north of Aleppo. [Qasioun]


A local activist says Daesh executed and crucified a young man in Manbij, accusing him of working with the Free Syrian Army (FSA). [ARA]


A Turkey-backed opposition group leader says Daesh attacked Mare’ and heavy clashes erupted, but Daesh was forced to retreat after losing several of its fighters. [ARA]


Medical sources say a civilian was killed and six others wounded, including women and children, when a Daesh rocket fell on Tal Abr village, 35 km (22 miles) west of Kobane. [Hawar]


Local sources say a Daesh leftover mine exploded in Karak village, south of Kobane, severing the limbs of a 17 year old girl. [BasNews]


Turkey-backed opposition groups issued a video of assassinating a YPG official near Azaz. [Dorar]


Local sources say Turkey-backed opposition groups shelled the Sheik Maqsoud neighborhood in Aleppo with heavy artillery, severely wounding nine civilians. [Rudaw]


Turkey-backed opposition groups shelled Afrin with 4 Katyushas without causing human casualties. [Hawar]


Media sources say the YPG arrested 20 people who were heading from Raqqa to Tal Abyad, including men and women. They fled Raqqa after Coalition airstrikes and were then captured by the YPG. [Dorar]


Daesh publishes photos of its air defense against American airplanes north of Aleppo. [JustPaste]


Daesh publishes photos of shelling Turkey-backed opposition groups in Fayrouziya and Hawar Kilis villages, north of Aleppo. [JustPaste]


Central and West (Homs, Hama, etc.)

A Syrian military source says Syrian troops captured a hill west of Sha’er oilfield, east of Homs, killing “tens” of terrorists [SANA]


Daesh issues a video of the battles near Tadmur City. [JustPaste]


East (Deir Ez-Zor)

Media sources say Coalition warplanes bombed a house in Albu Kamal, killing three children and wounding seven others while five others are still under the rubble of the destroyed home. [Dorar]


On Sunday, Daesh says its terrorists captured a Christian cemetery west of Deir Ez-Zor, after surrounding ten Syrian soldiers for more than a day. Daesh says it killed all of the soldiers and captured all of their weapons and ammunition (photos). [JustPaste] [JustPaste]


Daesh says it captured a Syrian military position west of Deir Ez-Zor (photos). [JustPaste]


South (Rif Damashq, Suwayda, Daraa, etc.)

A local activist says opposition armed groups launched a massive attack on Daesh west of Daraa. He says two opposition fighters were killed in the attack. [ARA]




North Africa


A security source says security forces surrounded and shelled a house in central Sinai, killing 3 Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis leaders. [ElWatan]


A security source says Explosive Ordinance Disposal destroyed a 50kgm IED south of Sheikh Zuweid. [ElWatan]


A medical source says an IED exploded in a garbage truck, killing a sanitary worker and wounding two others in Sheikh Zuweid. [VetoGate]


A policeman was wounded by a sniper in Shallaq, south of Sheikh Zuweid. [VetoGate]


An IED exploded, targeting a police armored vehicle, but failed to hit the mark in the Sadd Al-Wadi area in Arish. [VetoGate]




A Daesh leftover landmine exploded in Derna, wounding seven children. [Libya21]


A Libyan commander says Libyan troops are shelling Daesh locations in Sabiri in Benghazi as Libyan warplanes target the area. [Libya21]


A Libyan Explosive Ordinance Disposal expert was wounded severely when a land mine exploded on his vehicle in the Sidi Faraj area in Benghazi. [Libya21]


Central coast

The Misrata Operations Room says heavy clashes erupted between its troops and Daesh near Bu Qarin. It also says a warplane destroyed a Daesh vehicle bomb in the area. [AfriGate]


Sources from Albu Hadi town, south of Sirte, say young men from the Gaddafi tribe attacked a Daesh vehicle with an RPG, killing 3 terrorists. [AfriGate]


The Bani Waleed Protection Battalion says its fighters, with support from local young men, stopped a Daesh attack in the Shumikh area. [AfriGate]



Libyan special forces say they caught a Daesh cell of 12 terrorists in Tripoli on Sunday. [Libya21]


Other countries


Daesh says one of its Yemeni suicide terrorists detonated his explosives vest inside of a police building in Mukalla, killing forty people and wounding “tens.” Daesh published a photo of the suicide terrorist. [JustPaste] [JustPaste]



On Sunday, Daesh published photos of executing 3 Taliban fighters. [JustPaste]



The Italian Prime Minster says Italy will not send troops to Libya. [AfriGate]



On Sunday, Daesh says one of its terrorists attacked a police station in Darband, south of Dagestan, killing three security members and wounding fourteen, including a senior intelligence member and the Chief of Police in the city. [DawaAlhaq]




Facebook Page of the Day

A Syrian anti-Assad news page


Daesh Twitter Accounts of the Day


Other Daesh media  

Daesh publishes infographics about its types of suicide attacks which include different types of vehicles, explosives vests, and explosive bags. [A3maq]


Daesh’s archive for last week [JustPaste]


Daesh’s audio newsletter for today [JustPaste]

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