An Update On ISIS Activities

October 27, 2016

October 27, 2016

Children in Qayara

Children in Qayara

Today’s Major Developments

Erdogan confronts Obama over using YPG in Raqqa campaign. [..]

Anah mayor complains of errant airstrikes hitting civilians. [..]

99 Daesh terrorists dead so far in Kirkuk after Friday attack. [..]

IFP troops enter Shura city south of Mosul. [..]

Special report: Mosul liberation campaign on hold due to Daesh human shields strategy in villages. [..]

Key numbers: 800-900 Daesh killed; 93 villages captured; 11,000+ civilians displaced. [..]

UNOCHA leader blasts Russia, Syria for civilian catastrophe in Aleppo. [..]





One important phone call, two versions:

President Obama spoke by phone on Wednesday with Turkish President Erdogan to discuss the next steps in the campaign against Daesh. The President recognized the contributions of Turkey to the campaign, especially in supporting local Syrian forces who have cleared Daesh from Turkey’s border in northwest Syria. He noted the need for close coordination between the United States and Turkey to build on these successes and to apply sustained pressure on Daesh in Syria to reduce threats to the U.S., Turkey, and other countries.

The President welcomed continued dialogue between Turkey and Iraq to determine the appropriate level and form of Turkey’s participation in the Coalition’s efforts in Iraq, and both leaders affirmed their strong support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq.  The two leaders agreed on the importance of denying the PKK a safe haven in northern Iraq. [WhiteHouse]


Turkish President Erdogan says he informed President Obama, in the phone call, that Operation Euphrates Shield will move to Raqqa after Al-Bab and Manbij. [Dorar]

The Turkish Minister of Defense says Turkey insists on not allowing the YPG’s participation in the Raqqa liberation operations. He says Turkey can find alternatives among the opposition groups. He also says Turkey will do what needs to be done in case the US doesn’t fulfill its commitment to withdraw the YPG to the east of the Euphrates. [ARA]


The NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg NATO says in a 2-day Defense Ministers meeting in Brussels on Thursday that ministers agreed that training and capacity-building of Iraqi armed forces should begin in Iraq itself in January, building on existing training of Iraqi officers in Jordan. The Secretary General called the expanded training mission “an important contribution to the fight against (Daesh).” [NATO]

DaeshDaily comment. This is a great initiative that would help meet one of Iraq’s main post-liberation requirements. Daesh will still be present and making local attacks and the armed forces still need a lot of improvement.   


The Turkish Minister of Defense says Turkey will respond to any attack on the Turkmen in Tal Afar. He says the PMFs want to enter Mosul and other Sunni cities and that Turkey will not remain silent. [Sumaria]

DaeshDaily comment. But Turkey was silent for two years when thousands of Turkmen were killed or displaced by Daesh. It wasn’t just Tal Afar, either. Hasn’t Turkey heard of what happened in Bashir? Amerli? So it’s not really about the Turkmen but about a foreign policy that is now out of control and not being effectively confronted.  


The Coalition says it conducted 11 airstrikes on Daesh targets in Iraq, seven of them on or near Mosul, the other four being in Sultan Abdullah and Kasik in Ninewa, Rawa and Rutba in Anbar.  [InherentResolve]



Security-related incidents reported

Center (Rusafa, Karkh, etc.)

The spokesman of the Judicial Council says a group of Daesh terrorists was captured by the Intelligence Service. He says the terrorists admitted their role in several suicide attacks in Baghdad and Salahuddin. [Baghdadia]


North (Tarmiya, Taji, etc.)

An MoI source says three people were killed and eight wounded when an IED exploded near a popular market in the Falahat area, in Tarmiya. [Mada]

Iraqi Army 22nd brigade found a Daesh suicide terrorists’ guesthouse in the Tabi area and confiscated 3 IEDs and 4 motorcycles. [BOC Facebook Page]


Northeast (Adhamiya, etc.)

An MoI source says one person was killed and seven wounded when an IED exploded near a commercial area in Suleikh. [Mada]


East (Sadr City, New Baghdad, etc.)

An MoI source says one person was killed and seven wounded when an IED exploded near a construction materials market in Ubaidi. [Mada]

An MoI source says one person was killed and eight wounded when an IED exploded near a commercial area in Ameen. [Mada]


Southeast (Mada’in, etc.)

An MoI source says two people were killed and six wounded when an IED exploded near a café in Mada’in. [Mada]


South (Dora, Yusufiyah, Mahmudiya, etc.)

An MoI source says a Military Intelligence unit captured 5 men wanted on terrorism charges in Arab Jubour. [Mada]

Security units found 7 IEDs and 66 locally made rockets in the Al-Atar area. [BOC Facebook Page]

Iraqi Army 23rd brigade found 2 Daesh guesthouses and defused an IED in the Khtaimiya area. [BOC Facebook Page]

Iraqi Army 55th brigade found an IED and other explosives in the Albu Wawi area. [BOC Facebook Page]


Total Baghdad incidents reported:   11   (Includes only incidents reported)

Total IED incidents                                  8



Rutba/Western Anbar

The Anbar Operations commander says Coalition planes destroyed 10 Daesh vehicles in the Kilo 45 area, south of Rutba, killing 25 terrorists. [Sumaria]


A Tribal PMF commander says a group of Daesh terrorists arrived in Rawa from Raqqa and arrested a local Daesh member, responsible for municipal services, and several of his associates. [Maalomah]

He also says unknown armed men attacked a Daesh hideout in Raqqa and killed a local terrorist called Abdul Salam Al-Rawi. Al-Rawi was the son of the head of Daesh’s tribal office, who planned the attack on Rutba few days ago. [Maalomah]


The Mayor of Anah District says some airstrikes in Anah are targeting civilians who have no links to Daesh. He also says a water purification station was destroyed by an airstrike. [Sumaria]


Daesh issues a video of a public relations religious gathering in Anah. Many of the attendants were children. [A3maq]




A Salahuddin Police source says a joint police and PMF force captured 2 Daesh terrorists in Shirqat. The Mayor of Shirqat says Iraqi forces should conduct a raid and search campaign in the district because Daesh terrorists are still occupying the houses of displaced people in several areas. [Mada]


Daesh says its snipers killed two PMF fighters in Imam Gharbi village, north of Shirqat, on Wednesday. [JustPaste]


Daesh says its snipers killed two PMF fighters in Khanuqa village. Daesh also says it killed or wounded several Iraqi soldiers in an attack near Khanuqa, and destroyed a PMF vehicle in a nearby area, killing or wounding the fighters inside. [JustPaste]



Baquba/southeast Diyala

The Diyala Police Chief says his troops launched a search campaign in the Abbara and Abu Saida area and destroyed 2 Daesh guesthouses and defused 2 IEDs. [Mada]


Northern Diyala (Kifri, Khanaqin, etc.)

The Dijla Operations commander says his troops, supported by the IAA, destroyed 7 Daesh guesthouses in the Himrin Hills area. [Sumaria]


Daesh says it killed four PMF fighters with an IED in Udhaim subdistrict. [A3maq]


Southern Diyala (Balad Ruz, Mandali)

The Diyala Police spokesman says the police found an explosive cache in the Nida area. [Mada]




A security source says a joint police and Asayesh force killed 5 Daesh terrorists in Yarmaja village, in Laylan subdistrict. The terrorists had fled Kirkuk after participating in the Daesh attack on Friday. [Mada]

A Kirkuk Police commander says 99 Daesh terrorists who participated in the Friday attack have been killed so far. He says several terrorists remain in the city and a security campaign will be launched to get rid of them. [BasNews]


A Kirkuk Police commander says a joint Asayish and police force captured 4 men wanted on terrorism charges in different areas in Dibis District, northwest of the city. [Sumaria]



Photos from the battlefields in different parts of Ninewa [Sumaria]



Military Developments within Mosul

The anti-Daesh popular resistance (symbolized by the Arabic letter meem) has raised the Iraqi flag over the eastern bank hisbah office, one of the largest Daesh command centers in the city, after infiltrating the center before dawn, a local source said. The source added that Daesh remains in a state of fear and unease in the city due to the ongoing anti-Daesh resistance activity. [Sumaria]


The bodies of three prominent Daesh members arrived at Mosul’s morgue Thursday after the men were killed in Hamdaniya District The three were Ahmad Salim Ahmad, his personal driver Salim Obeid Mohammed, and Salih Mohammed Toukan, who commanded Daesh’s artillery east of Mosul, a PUK media official said. [PUKMedia]


Mosul liberation campaign

DaeshDaily’s correspondent in Ninewa reports that Daesh’s strategy of capturing civilians for use as human shields has caused delays in the operation, as Joint Forces have postponed the capture of villages where Daesh is holding residents captive. A new security plan is being drawn up to address these developments, our correspondent reports.

In a press conference in Erbil with the leader of the “National Coalition” parliamentary bloc Ammar Al-Hakim, KRG President Masoud Barzani reiterated that the Peshmerga will not enter Mosul. Al-Hakim also raised the issue of the Turkish military presence in Ninewa, which his parliamentary bloc rejects. [ROJ]


Between 800 and 900 Daesh fighters have been killed since the launch of the Mosul operation, according to Gen. Joseph Votel, chief of US CENTCOM. [PUKMedia]


93 villages have been captured from Daesh since the launch of the Mosul operation, the IWMC said. [Waradana]


11,735 people have now fled the fighting in villages around Mosul, the Ministry of Migration and Displacement has announced. [Rudaw]


Multiple Coalition airstrikes killed 22 Daesh members in Mosul over the previous 24 hours, a PUK media official said. [PUKMedia]


Photos from the front lines in multiple fronts of the Mosul operation, originally published by Reuters. [Sumaria]


MP Hanin Qado said that only the Nineveh Plains Protection Units PMF, which is composed of fighters from the Christian, Shabak, and Turkmen communities, will enter Mosul. [Buratha]

Qado also said that Mosul residents are “ripe for revolt,” citing reports that Daesh members had been killed by resistance activities in multiple areas of the city. He also cited very difficult conditions in Mosul, saying that some residents were resorting to eating just dates in order to survive. [Maalomah]


Conditions in Mosul

Daesh electrocuted 22 civilians in central Mosul on charges of having provided information to the Iraqi Joint Forces, a local source said. The source said that the victims had been in a Daesh prison west of Mosul for four months. [Sumaria]

DaeshDaily comment. Prisoners are often the victims in Daesh’s show executions, as they are already rounded up and easy to put on display. Whether they are guilty or not is unimportant to Daesh. Prisoners current in Daesh custody are at grave risk, and Daesh keeps capturing more people.


Daesh has closed offices in the eastern half of Mosul after transporting its furnishings across to the western half of the city, according to a PMF media statement citing “PMF intelligence.” [Ghad]


Daesh has “emptied” elderly patients from Mosul General Hospital, including from intensive care units, to make room for its injured fighters, a security source said. Four elderly patients have died as a result of their expulsion from the hospital, the source said. Daesh has also detained an unspecified number of civilians in Mosul and forced them to give blood to treat its injured fighters, the source added. [Baghdadia]


Residents of Mosul have begun making white flags in response to leaflets dropped by the IAA instructing them to do so, a local source says. Daesh has threatened to execute anyone found with a white flag, the source added. [Sumaria]


Shura/Hammam Alil

The IFP commander says his troops fought their way into Shura city after heavy clashes with Daesh, killing 30 terrorists and destroying 4 vehicle bombs and an oil tanker truck at the entrance. [BasNews]


“Abu Ayman Al-Mosuli,” a Daesh commander “very close” to Daesh “caliph” Awwad Baghdadi, who supervised Daesh combat operations in areas east of Mosul, has been killed in fighting with government troops near Shura, a local source said. [Sumaria]


The IFP announced two villages captured, Wadi Al-Qasab and Hamza, in northern Shura subdistrict. [Mada]


A Coalition airstrike killed 40 Daesh fighters south of Mosul, an MoD statement said. [Baghdadia]


An IAF airstrike destroyed a Daesh command center in Hammam Al-Alil, killing nine Daesh members. [Maalomah]


Coalition planes destroyed multiple Daesh vehicle bombs in airstrikes in the villages of Khusfan and Al-Qutba in Hammam Al-Alil south of Mosul, the IWMC said. [Ghad]


Coalition planes acting on Iraqi intelligence destroyed a Daesh cannon in the village of Hassoun, and killed an unspecified number of Daesh members who were gathered near the Ninewa Iron Works in the Al-Qutba area. Further airstrikes killed an unspecified number of Daesh members in multiple locations in Shura subdistrict. [MoD Website (video)]


The fires ignited by Daesh as it vacated the Mishraq Sulphur Plant in Shura are now under control after more than a week, the Ninewa governorate director for Shura subdistrict said. The fires caused injuries among residents of nearby villages, he added. [SotAlIraq]


Daesh says it destroyed an Iraqi Army armored vehicle with a guided missile near the Shura Intersection. [A3maq]



Sky News reportedly visited Al-Hawd village where villagers, angry that the Iraqi Joint Forces did not enter the village to get rid of Daesh, staged a successful intifada [uprising] to expel Daesh from the village. [Ghad]


A DaeshDaily correspondent visited residents of Tel Tiba village in south Qayara, which was captured three days ago from Daesh. The villagers described harsh conditions imposed by Daesh when it controlled the village, even forbidding smoking, shortening men’s robes, and growing beards, on pain of fines and 25 lashes. After the village was freed from Daesh rule, supply vehicles arrived and government technicians are trying to bring back water and electricity as rapidly as possible, as well as re-open the schools that Daesh had forbidden children from attending.


A Sunni CoR member criticizes the Ministry of Oil for not extinguishing the fires in Qayara oilfields and describe the environmental situation there as “catastrophic”. [BasNews]


A high school in Makhmur has been closed because of the smoke in the air from burning oil wells in Ninewa. [ROJ]


Daesh publishes photos of targeting a PMF convoy with mortars and light weapons near the Albu Fishqa area, near the Qayara Intersection. Daesh said  yesterday it destroyed a PMF Humvee and a car carrying fighters near Albu Fishqa village. [A3maq]  [DawaAlhaq]


Nineveh Plain


Peshmerga fighters have captured the Fadhiliya neighborhood in Bashiqa after entering it Thursday morning, a Peshmerga source said. [Sumaria]


Daesh militants east of Mosul have shaved their beards, changed clothes, and fled their positions, according to a report in the UK newspaper the Independent. [Sumaria]


Daesh says “American planes” also mistakenly targeted Peshmerga and PMF positions near Bashiqa. [A3maq]

Daesh Daily comment. This is the usual propaganda, in which US airstrikes are always inaccurate, never hitting Daesh targets and always killing civilians. If this actually happens, there will be a confirming story from a more reliable source.



For the first time since the launch of the Mosul operations, Daesh deployed tanks and heavy artillery to the battlefield, an officer in the Counter Terrorism Service said. The CTS captured the heavy weapons near Bartella after Daesh fighters abandoned them when they fled the battlefield, he added. The Force also discovered large tunnels that connect villages to each other, the officer said. [Ghad]


Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service units repelled three Daesh vehicle bomb attacks in Hamdaniya on Thursday, a CTS officer said. [BasNews]


Ninewa Police have begun deploying in Hamdaniya and are holding recaptured territory along with Christian militiamen, the Ninewa Police commander Brig. Gen. Wathiq Al-Hamdani said. [BasNews]


Counter Terrorism units discovered the longest Daesh tunnel found to date, stretching 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) underground between Jenin Camp and the village of Al-Qalaa, a security source said. They also discovered one of Daesh’s largest IED- and explosives-making factories, the source said. [Sumaria]


Daesh says it damaged an Iraqi Army Abrams tank near Qaraqosh. [A3maq]


Tel Keif

78 Daesh members have been killed on the Mosul Dam front since the launch of the Mosul operation, the IWMC announced. [Waradana]


Daesh says “American planes” mistakenly bombed a Peshmerga convoy near Tel Keif city. [A3maq]


Daesh issues a video of damaging a Peshmerga bulldozer in the farm area near Tel Keif. [A3maq]


Northwest (Tal Afar, Sinjar)

PMFs are reportedly deploying in preparation to open a new front in the Mosul operation in Tal Afar with the objectives of capturing 30 villages and completing the encirclement of Mosul. The PMFs will deploy tanks and heavy weapons in the battles. Ninewa Operations western front commander has announce that preparations are complete for launching the new phase. Participating in the operation will be the PMFs Asa’ib Ahl Al-Haq, Badr, Al-Nujaba, Sayyid Al-Shuhada Brigades, Imam Ali Brigades, and Hezbollah [of Iraq], he said. The fighters are waiting for the “zero hour” to be announced by the JOC. [Mawazin]


Daesh publishes photos of targeting Peshmerga positions in the Aski Mosul area with a 23mm cannon. [JustPaste]


South (Baaj, Hatra)

Gunmen dressed in typical Daesh “Afghani” style stopped a vehicle carrying around 11 Syrian Daesh members in Baaj west of Mosul as they were heading for Syria. The gunmen removed the passengers from the vehicle and killed them with their pistols, a local source said. [Maalomah]



The Turkish artillery targeted 2 villages on Kara Mountain in Amedi District in Dahuk. [PUKMedia]


Local activists say three Peshmerga fighters were killed by a Turkish bombing on Qarmayan at the beginning of the week. They criticized the KRG for covering up the news. [ROJ]




A security source says a Basra Governorate employee was killed when unknown armed men shot into his personal vehicle in Basra city center. [Sumaria]




The Turkish Dogan News Agency says security units captured 81 suspects, mostly foreigners, in raids in 6 regions in Turkey on suspicion of attempting to join Daesh in Iraq and Syria. [AfriGate]




Stephen O’Brien, head of the Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) launched a searing attack on Russia and Syria for the continued bombardment of Aleppo, telling the Security Council he was “incandescent with rage” about the diplomatic stalemate and sparking one of the most stormy and confrontational UN meetings of recent times. He told the 15-member body that “the buck stops with you” – drawing parallels with Srebrenica, Cambodia and Rwanda. He also said “Month after month, worse and worse, and nothing is actually happening to stop the war, stop the suffering.”



“Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia had no other option but to clear out what he called “a nest of terrorists” from Syria’s Aleppo despite the fact that civilians were also present in the city. Putin said civilian casualties in conflicts should be mourned everywhere, not just in Aleppo, pointing to what he said were civilians killed around Mosul in Iraq. “Bells should toll for all innocent victims. Not just in Aleppo,” said Putin.” [Reuters]


Amnesty International says the Coalition conducted “arbitrary airstrikes” on different areas in Syria, killing or wounding tens of civilians. [ARA]


The Coalition says it conducted 7 airstrikes on Daesh targets in Syria, on or near Albu Kamal (1), Shaddadi (4), Raqqa (1) and Ain Eissa (1). [InherentResolve]


Saudi Arabia says it is ready to participate in the liberation of Raqqa. It also says Saudi Arabia is committed to its mission to conduct airstrikes on Daesh in Syria using airplanes at Incirlik Airbase. [ARA]


Iranian media sources say an assistant of General Qasem Soleimani was killed in battles in Syria. [BasNews]


Northeast (Hasaka, Raqqa)


The Turkish Army shot heavily at Qarmana village west of Darbasiya, without report of civilian casualties. [Hawar]


Northwest (Aleppo, Idlib)

Aleppo city

The SOHR says six children were killed by shelling on a school in west Aleppo. [SyriaHR]

The Syrian News Agency says three children were killed and fourteen wounded by opposition group shelling on a school in west Aleppo. [EnabBaladi]



Daesh publishes photos of battles with opposition groups and the Turkish Army in Jatal village west of Ghandoura town. [DawaAlhaq]



An opposition group commander says the opposition, supported by the Turkish Army, captured 2 more villages in the Al-Bab area. He says the opposition groups are advancing toward Al-Bab from Mare’ and Jarabulus. [ARA]


Daesh says it destroyed 2 cars carrying opposition fighters with 2 IEDs in Thalthana and Tal Jijan village northwest of Al-Bab. [A3maq]

Here Daesh says it killed five opposition fighters and destroyed a vehicle between Tal Jijan and Kassar villages. [A3maq]



An opposition commander says the Turkish Army sent large military reinforcements to the opposition in Mare’ to fight the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). [BasNews]


The Turkish Army continued its shelling on Tal Al-Madhiq, Hasiya, Um Hawsh, Um Al-Qura, Harbal, and Sheikh Eissa. [Hawar]


An opposition group commander says they captured 2 more villages in Azaz, supported by the Turkish Army. [ARA]


Daesh publishes photos of targeting opposition groups and the Turkish Army with mortars, rockets, and heavy machine guns east of Al-Ra’i. [DawaAlhaq]



Eight civilians including a child were wounded when the Turkish Army shot at protesters in Sorka village in Afrin. [Hawar] [Hawar]

Hundreds of people protested when the Turkish Army entered the village and started to cut trees down in order to build a wall (video). [Hawar] [ARA]


The Turkish Army and opposition groups shelled 2 villages in Afrin and Tal Rifaat. [Hawar]



Russian warplanes continued their heavy airstrikes on the Idlib area. Thirty-five people were killed, mostly children, and tens wounded since yesterday. [Qasioun]

The opposition education directorate suspended school operations in Idlib after the airstrikes. [Dorar]

The Russian Ministry of Defense says no Russian warplanes flew over Idlib on Wednesday. It also says the videos that were circulated by media were fabricated because they don’t show any damage to the school’s roof or any hint of airstrikes. [SyriaNow]


East (Deir Ez-Zor)

Media sources say suspected Coalition warplanes targeted a house in Briha village east of Deir Ez-Zor, killing five people, mostly children. [Dorar]


Daesh issues a video of shelling Syrian Army positions in Deir Ez-Zor city. [A3maq]


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

Eight civilians were killed and tens wounded by a Syrian Army rocketing on Douma city in Rif Dimashq. [ZamanAlWasl]


A local source says the Daesh affiliate in Daraa, Khaled Army, arrested several of its commanders after one of its senior commanders was killed by an IED on October 18th. [EnabBaladi]




North Africa


A senior security source says security units captured 75 ABM terrorists who sneaked from Gaza into Rafah. [ElWatan]


Eyewitnesses say an Egyptian warplane destroyed a car carrying 3 terrorists near Bala’a village west of Rafah. [ElWatan]


Eyewitnesses say the bodies of two unknown men were found shot in south Arish city. [ElWatan]


ABM terrorists shot and killed a policeman in south Arish city. [VetoGate]


Eyewitnesses say security units launched a major search campaign near the Mazraa area south of Arish and have captured 12 suspects so far. [ElWatan]


A 19-year-old girl was killed and her mother wounded when takfiri terrorists shot at security forces in Sheikh Zuweid city. [VetoGate]


Three civilians were killed and a woman wounded when a mortar shell fell on a house in Hay Al-Kharfin in Sheikh Zuweid. [VetoGate]




The LNA says its planes conducted 2 airstrikes on Qanfouda west of Benghazi. [Libya24]


Daesh publishes photos of targeting LNA units in Benghazi with mortars and heavy machine guns. [DawaAlhaq]


Daesh said it killed an LNA soldier in the Qawarsha area on Wednesday. [JustPaste]


Central coast

A medical source says two GNA soldiers were killed and fifteen wounded, including a commander, in battles in the Giza area. The source says GNA troops captured most of Daesh’s positions in the area. [Wasat] [Wasat]

GNA troops have advanced in the Giza area after heavy shelling. [Libya24]

A medical source says a GNA field commander was killed by a Daesh sniper in Giza. [Wasat]


A military source says a Daesh Libyan terrorist was killed in Giza. The source also says tens of bodies of Daesh members are still lying on the ground in the 656 and Giza areas. [Wasat]


Photos of GNA troops in Giza. [AfriGate]


The Italian Military Hospital was officially opened in Misrata to treat GNA fighters. The hospital will be run by an Italian crew of more than 200 members. [Libya24]


Daesh says four GNA soldiers were killed and twenty wounded after walking into a land mine field in Hay 3 in Sirte city. [A3maq]


Daesh says it destroyed a GNA machine gun-mounted vehicle with an IED in the Sakir area west of Sirte. [A3maq]



A judicial spokesman says the two Americans who were arrested in Jendouba were not involved in any terrorist activities and were released. [Tunisien]

Tunisien reported on Tuesday that security units captured 2 American brothers who arrived in Jendouba and were promoting takfiri ideas. The security found jihadi materials on the brothers’ computers. Speaking through a translator, they said they arrived in Tunisia for jihad.


The Tunisian Ministry of Interior says a security unit in Ben Guerdane arrested 2 suspects who were communicating with Daesh terrorists in Sirte. [AfriGate]


Other countries


Daesh issues a video of one of its terrorists who attacked a military base in Russia on Sunday, pledging allegiance to its caliph. [A3maq]


Daesh said yesterday 2 of its terrorists attacked a military base in Nizhny Novgorod on Sunday.




Videos of the Day

A video of the environmental problem in south Ninewa [Sumaria]


A video of the destruction caused by Daesh in Hamdaniya [Rudaw]




Daesh audio newsletter for today [Bayan]


Daesh publishes a new issue of its Naba magazine. [DawaAlhaq]


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