An Update On ISIS Activities

July 25, 2016

July 25, 2016


Coalition Leaflet Dropped on Manbij

Today’s Major Developments

Daesh suicide attack in Kadhimiya kills at least 12, wounds 15

Iraqi troops attack Daesh in Jazeera Khaldiya, face continued resistance.

Suicide attack in Al-Khalis, Diyala kills 12, wounds 39

Daesh commits two more mass atrocities in Ninewa.

Daesh refuses offer of free passage out of Manbij; keeps using human shields.

UN estimates over 90,000 people have been displaced from Sirte, Libya

Daesh attack on Shia demonstration in Kabul kills 80, wounds 200.






Prime Minster Abadi says in a meeting with the Ninewa Governor and Provincial Council members that all the ethnic and religious groups should go back to Mosul in order to keep the harmony between the different groups in the governorate. [Sumaria]


Foreign Affairs Minister Ibrahim Al-Jaafari, in a speech in the Arab League Summit in Nouakchott, Mauritania, calls on Arab nations to take a “stronger position” to make Turkey withdraw its troops from Iraq. [Mada]

DaeshDaily comment. Good luck with that.

Mithal Al-Alusi, a CoR member from Anbar, said the Iraqi government should ask the Summit to do their best to stop the Saudi and Qatari support for Daesh. [Mada]

DaeshDaily comment. Good luck with that too.


The media center of the CoR issued a statement saying the proposed internal CoR law about members’ benefits is only in its first reading and it will be discussed publically. [Sumaria]

DaeshDaily comment. This law is a shameless effort to negate some of the Prime Minister’s reforms and benefit individual CoR members financially and otherwise. Not surprisingly, this has caused public outrage about this draft law.   


The Ministry of Migration and Displacement says the Ministry failed to do its duty toward displaced people because of the lack of financial allocations. He says the Ministry didn’t receive any allocations from the government for this year. The Minister, a Kurd, was speaking to a Barzani family-owned news outlet. [BasNews]

DaeshDaily comment. We have a hard time believing this statement, given the many tens of thousands of displaced people. However, it does suggest that the priorities of COR members should be on displaced people and not on their own benefits and perks.  


The Supreme Judicial Council issued a statement saying 6 Daesh terrorists from Daesh’s “wilayat Diyala” were captured by security personnel. It says the terrorists admitted to their role in the Nahrawan attack in April, in addition to attacks in Baghdad Al-Jadida in June and July of this year. [Etejah]


The French Ambassador to Iraq says in a meeting with the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs that France has provided Iraq with modern weapons to fight Daesh. [AIN]


The Coalition says it conducted airstrikes on 7 Daesh targets in Iraq, around Qayara (2), Mosul (1), Sultan Abdullah (1), and Tal Afar (1); and in Ramadi (1), and Rutba (1). [InherentResolve]




Security-related incidents reported

Center (Rusafa, Karkh, Karrada, etc.)

A security source says the body of a Shia cleric from Kerbala was found tortured and shot in the morgue in Baghdad. The cleric used to be an activist in youth issues, and he was kidnapped in Baghdad on Friday. [IraqPress]


Northwest (Kadhimiya)

On Sunday, a suicide terrorist attacked civilians in Aden Square in Kadhimiya, killing twelve people and wounding fifteen. [Dijla]

Daesh claimed responsibility for the suicide attack in Kadhimiya, saying it was conducted by an Iraqi suicide terrorist, and that it killed or wounded fifty people. [JustPaste]


North (Tarmiya, Taji, etc.)

An MoI source says the body of an unknown man was found shot in Husseiniya. [Mada]

Iraqi Army 45th brigade destroyed 2 Daesh guesthouses and confiscated a vehicle near the Kaf Ali Cemetery. [BOC Facebook Page]

Iraqi Army 22nd brigade defused a vehicle bomb in the Hora area. [BOC Facebook Page]


East (Sadr City, New Baghdad, etc.)

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

A security source says Iraqi Army 44th brigade found 2 explosives vests in an abandoned lot in Binouk. [Baghdadia]

A police source says a roadside IED exploded in the Ma’amel area, wounding two civilians. [Sumaria]


Southeast (Mada’in, etc.)

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


South (Dora, Mahmudiya)

An MoI source says an Iraqi soldier was killed and four others wounded when an IED exploded on their vehicle in Arab Jabour. [Mada]

Iraqi Army 55th brigade found an explosives cache in Arab Jabour. [MoD Website]

Iraqi Army units found 2 Daesh guesthouses and an IED in the Zanbaraniya and Sayafiya areas. [BOC Facebook Page]

Iraqi Army 23rd brigade destroyed 2 Daesh guesthouses, defused a booby-trapped house, and killed a terrorist in the Akhsaf area. [BOC Facebook Page]

The same brigade found 2 Daesh guesthouses and defused a booby-trapped house in the Al-Sour area. [MoD Website]

Iraqi Army 23rd brigade found an explosives vest in the Albu Saifi area. [MoD Website]

Iraqi Army 25th brigade found an explosives cache in the Shakha1 area in Latifiya. [MoD Website]


Southwest (Rasheed)

An MoI source says five people were wounded when a parked car bomb exploded in Hay Al-Amel. [Mada]


West (Mansour, Ghazaliya, Abu Ghraib)

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

A police source says an IED exploded near the house of a COR member from Salahuddin in Harthiya, causing material damages. [Sumaria]


Total Baghdad incidents reported:   20    (Includes only incidents reported)




Iraqi forces defused 35 more booby-trapped houses and 25 more IEDs, and cleared a 7 km road, finding an IED storehouse with 351 IEDs, in addition to others weapons and explosives in different areas in Falluja District. [BOC Facebook Page]



An Anbar Operations Command source says Iraqi forces launched a major military operation targeting Daesh locations in Jazeera Khaldiya, killing 14 terrorists, and destroying 4 vehicles and a mortar unit. [Mada]

The Chairman of the Khaldiya subdistrict council confirmed the attack on Jazeera Khaldiya, saying Iraqi forces, supported by the IAA, killed 14 terrorists, destroyed 3 vehicle bombs, and killed 2 suicide terrorists on motorcycles, in addition to destroying 4 Daesh locations in the area. He also says Explosive Ordinance Disposal defused several booby-trapped houses, and cleared several roads near Jazeera Khaldiya.  [Maalomah]

A member of the Security Committee in the Anbar Provincial Council says Daesh’s presence in Jazeera Khaldiya is still threatening the nearby areas. He says tens of civilians, mostly women and children, were killed or wounded by Daesh mortars and rockets over the past few days in Khaldiya in Habbaniya. [Mada]

The Anbar Operations Commander says Iraqi forces are cutting off Daesh supply lines and destroying its hideouts and gatherings in Jazeera Khaldiya. [BasNews]


The Anbar Operations Commander says Coalition warplanes killed 7 Daesh terrorists and destroyed 4 boats in the Jazeera Ramadi area, north of Ramadi. [BasNews]


A tribal PMF commander says the IAA intensified its attacks on Daesh in areas north of Ramadi, after getting information that Daesh terrorists are planning to flee the area toward western Anbar. [Maalomah]



Iraqi Military Intelligence Service says Coalition warplanes bombed Daesh locations in the Hit and Masriya areas, killing 34 terrorists and destroying 6 vehicles, a mortar unit, and a weapons storehouse. [Harbi]


A tribal PMF commander says Daesh terrorists are gathering to attack the Saqra, Zawiya, and Makhazen areas west of Haditha. He says Iraqi Army, police, and tribal fighters were deployed to stop the potential attack. [Mada]


Daesh says it shot down an American warplane near the Ain Al-Asad Airbase, killing its crew. [A3maq]

DaeshDaily comment. We asked the Coalition media center about this and they told us all planes were accounted for.  


Rutba/Western Anbar

The chairman of the Anah District Council says Iraqi forces should liberate the Horan Valley area and the border area with Syrian before liberating the remaining cities in western Anbar from Daesh. He says that although Iraqi forces liberated Rutba and Hit, Daesh is still able to attack these cities because of its hideouts in those areas. [Mada]

DaeshDaily comment. Since 2003, these areas have been a refuge for thousands of jihadis coming from Syria. This problem was not solved by the Coalition or the Iraqi government. Daesh attacked Iraqi cities in 2014 from these areas, and the next phase of Daesh will start from there too if the Coalition and the Government don’t wipe out the terrorists there.


A tribal PMF commander says the IAA destroyed a Daesh hideout in Al-Qa’im, killing 11 terrorists and destroying 2 vehicle bombs. [Maalomah]


Iraqi F-16s targeted several buildings in Al-Qa’im, in addition to a Daesh trade center, killing 12 terrorists, including the Daesh security commander in Al-Qa’im, Abu Harith Al-Rawa. [MoD Website]




The Chairman of the Salahuddin Provincial Council says the PC formed an emergency room to follow up on the issues of the displaced families from northern Salahuddin areas, and asked the international community for support. [Mada]

The Salahuddin Governor says more than 12,500 families have left their houses in Shirqat so far. He asks Prime Minister Abadi to start the liberation operations there. [Sumaria]


Salahuddin Operations Command secured more than 200 displaced people who had escaped Daesh-controlled areas in Shirqat. They also defused 20 IEDs in the Bedouin residential compound area in Shirqat district. [MoD Website]


Iraqi forces destroyed a Daesh trailer and a machine gun-mounted vehicle with Kornet rockets in the Zuwiya area in Shirqat district. [MoD Website]


Iraqi forces stopped a Daesh attack on Ain Al-Baidha village, destroying 3 vehicle bombs. [MoD Website]



Iraqi forces found 4 IEDs planted near Tikrit University, in addition to 3 barrels of ammonium nitrate. [MoD Website]


Daesh says its snipers killed two Iraqi soldiers in the Allas Oilfield. [A3maq]



A Samarra police source says a Daesh terrorist was captured while he was trying to smuggle a vehicle bomb loaded with explosives in addition to 3 explosives vests to Samarra city center (photos). [BasNews]


Samarra Operations Command troops captured 4 men wanted on terrorism charges, in addition to 3 other suspects, in Samarra city. [MoD Website]

DaeshDaily comment. Look at the two Samarra stories together. This is the second time in less than 2 weeks that Daesh terrorists were captured in Samarra city. We have previously suggested that Daesh might try to distract from its defeats by attacking Shia shrines, in order to start a new wave of sectarian violence. The shrine in Samarra remains one of the most important Shia shrines.




The Diyala Health Directorate says twelve people were killed and thirty-nine wounded in a vehicle bomb attack near the Directorate of Agriculture in Al-Khalis. It says eight of its own employees were among the victims. [Mada]

Daesh claims responsibility for the attack, saying it was conducted by an Iraqi suicide terrorist. [JustPaste]




A security source says the National Security Service captured a Daesh terrorist at a checkpoint south of Kirkuk. [Sumaria]


A Kirkuk Police commander says an IED exploded near a wholesale market south of Kirkuk, wounding three civilians. [Rudaw]



A local source says Daesh terrorists burned a woman and her three children to death after the family was caught trying to escape from Hawija. However, the same source says Daesh terrorists started to take money, in thousands of dollars, to allow families to escape the city. [Maalomah]


The IWMC issues a video of an Iraqi F-16 airstrike on a Daesh headquarters in Hawija. [Ghad]


Daesh publishes photos of Sadr Al-Mahar village northwest of Hawija. [JustPaste]




Al-Sabah newspaper reported that, according to a military source, Daesh terrorists publicly sewed shut the mouths of 20 young men in Nabi Younes Square in Mosul, after accusing them of mentioning Daesh’s defeats in the Qayara areas. [Etejah]


A KDP official says Daesh blew up the Al-Hadba’ University building in Mosul city. [Baghdadia]

DaeshDaily comment. The private university, which is located now in Kirkuk, had issued a statement on July 13 condemning Daesh’s terrorist attack on Karrada.


A Sunni MP from Ninewa says people of Ninewa raised Iraqi flags inside Mosul city. He also says people in Mosul conducted several attacks against Daesh in Mosul city. He will give more details later. [Ghad]


The Director of the so-called “Information Center” says the Coalition lied about the number of civilians trapped in Mosul city. It says the Coalition had said that between 500,000 – 1 million people are trapped by Daesh in Mosul, but the “Center” says there are 2.25 million people trapped in the city and accuses the Coalition of disrespecting people’s lives. [Hurra]

DaeshDaily comment. The director of this “Center” was a huge Daesh supporter. In 2014 he appeared on Al-Jazeera saying that “Mosul lives its most glorious days under (Daesh) control.” He called Daesh a revolution against the oppressive government. Now, he claims to have changed sides and talks about “the liberation of Mosul from Daesh.” Some months ago, we mentioned that many Daesh supporters were changing skin when Iraqi forces started to advance against Daesh, and this guy is a clear example. Daesh’s local and regional supporters are changing sides, but just on paper, while preparing for another wave of media attacks against Iraq and the Coalition. The petro-dollar media has gone to this second stage already. However, we don’t know how a respected organization like Al-Hurra would quote such a “center”.


Nineveh Plain

An Iraqi Army commander says Daesh beheaded twenty-three young men from Nimrud subdistrict in Hamdaniya, after accusing them of communicating with Iraqi forces. He says all of the victims were under 20 years old. [BasNews]


A Peshmerga source says Coalition warplanes bombed Daesh locations in Khorsabad and Babyukhat in Tel Keif, north of Mosul, killing 10 terrorists and destroying 5 vehicles. The source also says the Coalition destroyed a Daesh tunnel linking the Mosul motor homes area to Barima village in Tel Keif. [BasNews]

A PUK official says a Daesh “sharia judge” was killed in the airstrike on Khorsabad, in addition to another local leader. He also says Coalition warplanes bombed Daesh in the Tal Al-Rumman area on the west side of Mosul, killing several terrorists, including 3 local commanders. [PUKMedia]



A PUK official says Coalition warplanes bombed Daesh hideouts in Qayara, killing 5 terrorists. [PUKMedia]


The Ninewa Operations Commander says Coalition warplanes bombed a Daesh gathering in Arkabah village just south of Qayara, killing 28 terrorists and destroying 13 vehicles. [Mawazin]

However, the MoD says only 12 Daesh terrorists were killed in the airstrike. [MoD Website]


A Peshmerga commander says Daesh terrorists targeted Ihjala village with mortars, killing or wounding more than 30 civilians, mostly women and children. [Harbi]


Daesh says Coalition warplanes destroyed 6 Daesh fuel tanks in Dakazel village, killing 8 terrorists; 7 Daesh rocket launchers in Safina village, killing several terrorists; and a Daesh mortar unit in Qayara city, killing 3 more terrorists. [MoD Website]


Daesh publishes photos of burned out Iraqi Army vehicles south of Qayara. [DawaAlhaq]


Daesh publishes photos of its terrorists in a village southeast of Makhmur. The photos show the terrorists digging underground tunnels and living there. [JustPaste]


Northwest (Tal Afar, Sinjar)

A Peshmerga commander says his troops, supported by Coalition warplanes, stopped a Daesh attack on Sahl Al-Malih village near Tal Afar, killing 4 terrorists. [Rudaw]



The Peshmerga Ministry issued a statement saying it will not withdraw its troops from the liberated areas in Ninewa. It says such withdrawal should be done through an agreement between the Iraqi Government and KRG, and not according to a unilateral plan from Baghdad. The Iraqi Ministry of Defense issued a statement on Friday, saying the Peshmerga will withdraw from Ninewa. [Etejah]




A security source says the local police, supported by tribes, captured 4 terrorists who sneaked into Najaf via Haidariya. [Mawazin]



A security source says an IED exploded near an Iraq official near the Hakimiya area in Basra, causing material damages. Local residents say the cafe owner had previously received threats from armed men, accusing him and his café of “wasting the time of young people”. [Ghad]

DaeshDaily comment. This seems to be another lawless militia incident in Basra.




A Jihadi source says Nusra Front has decided to cut its links with Al-Qaeda and change its name. He says the Nusra leader will soon appear in a video message to announce this move. [Arabi21]


Northeast (Hasaka, Raqqa)

Two Syrian Government soldiers were killed in clashes with the Kurdish Asayesh in Hasaka city. [Hawar]


The Chairman of the Executive Council of Kobane district says most of the countries and organizations did not keep its promises to keep the district safe. He says 75% of people from Kobane have returned since its liberation from Daesh. [ROJ]


The YPG says Daesh targeted the Kari Sor area in Kobane district with heavy artillery. [Hawar]


Northwest (Aleppo, Idlib)

Manbij campaign. Manbij Military Council troops advanced toward the city center from the east and north after heavy battles with Daesh, killing 13 terrorists. [Hawar]

The YPG Asayesh sent rapid intervention troops to Manbij on Sunday to help MMC fighters liberate the city center. [ARA]

Manbij Military Council troops liberated Hay Al-Banawi, 100m from the city center, on Sunday, after 3 days of battles. [Hawar]


The Coalition says it conducted 13 airstrikes on Daesh targets in Syria, 7 near Manbij and 6 near Mare’. [InherentResolve]


The MMC Spokesman refuted media reports about the conclusion of Manbij’s liberation, saying MMC fighters are still in the process of liberating the city, street by street. He also says they offered another chance for Daesh to leave the city in order to save civilians, but it refused. The MMC’s proposal included Daesh allowing all the civilians to leave the city through secure routes while the MMC would allow Daesh to peacefully leave the city. The MMC negotiated with Daesh by sending a delegation of local leaders. [Hawar] [Hawar]

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says Syrian Democratic forces and Manbij city notables are still working on an agreement to get Daesh out of the city. [SyriaHR]


Coalition planes dropped leaflets on Manbij, promising people that Daesh’s end is coming. Daesh asked all terrorists to go to the front lines while its leaders are hiding among civilians in a public location in order to avoid Coalition airstrikes. Daesh cut the bread ration in half in Manbij city. Coalition warplanes bombed 2 houses in Manbij where Daesh snipers were hiding. [Qasioun]

Hawar publishes a short video of Daesh terrorists hiding among civilians in Manbij. [Hawar]


Manbij Military Council troops killed 6 Daesh terrorists, including a sniper, and destroyed a Daesh vehicle loaded with explosives in west Manbij. The MMC troops are also advancing in the southeastern side of the city. [Hawar]


Daesh snipers killed eight women and five children north of Hay Al-Hazawana on Friday because the civilians were trying to leave Manbij city. Twelve more civilians, mostly women and children, died on Saturday by a Daesh landmine in the same area. [Hawar]


Hawar publishes a video from the ground of Coalition airstrikes on Daesh positions in southeast Manbij. [Hawar]


Manbij Military Council troops secured 60 civilians, mostly women and children, from Hay Al-Kajli in Manbij city. The civilians were trapped in a basement without food or water for 4 days. [Hawar]

The MMC entered the area on Sunday, after killing 14 Daesh terrorists and wounding 9. [Hawar]


Manbij Military Council troops stopped 3 Daesh attacks outside the city. One on Awsajli village southwest of Manbij, the second on Zonghal, northeast of Manbij, and the third on Um Al-Saraj Hill south of Manbij on Sunday night. MMC fighters stopped the attacks killing 37 terrorists, destroying 2 vehicle bombs, and capturing weapons and ammunition (video). [Hawar] [Hawar]


Manbij Military Council troops shot down a Daesh drone in Magharat village north of Manbij. [Hawar]


The MMC’s Explosive Ordinance Disposal team, which consists of only 3 members, has defused 6,000 landmines and 25 IEDs, and has confiscated large quantities of weapons and explosives, since the start of the Manbij liberation campaign 55 days ago. They say that most of the land mines and explosive materials, such as the Kukurt, a fertilizer material, come from Turkey. The packages say, in Turkish, that this material is “state owned material”. The MCC has confiscated 4,000 25kg bags thus far. Also, some of the land mines used by Daesh cannot be manufactured in Syria, but can be in Turkey in Iran, according to an MCC EOD officer (video). [Hawar]


Other reports from northwest Syria. An opposition group commander says Daesh launched a massive attack on Kaljibrin town between Mare’ and Azaz. He says opposition groups stopped the attack, causing mass casualties for Daesh. [ARA]


Two civilians were seriously wounded in a Turkey backed opposition group’s shelling on Sheikh Maqsoud. [Hawar]

The YPG says a child was killed in the shelling. It also says it stopped an opposition groups’ attacks, killing four fighters. [Hawar]

The groups also shelled and rocketed Jalma and Maranaz villages in Afrin. [Hawar]


The YPG says Daesh rocketed civilian areas in Kafr Naseh village, southeast of Tal Rifaat. [Hawar]


Daesh says it killed 10 YPG fighters in battles on Al-Rabita Street in west Manbij on Sunday. [A3maq]


On Sunday, Daesh said it stopped an opposition groups attack on Kafr Ghan village, killing twenty-four fighters. Daesh says the opposition groups were supported by Coalition warplanes. [JustPaste]


Daesh publishes photos of the “return of life” to Sawran after it was bombed. [JustPaste]


Daesh publishes photos of its religious activities in Al-Bab. [JustPaste]

Daesh publishes a photo of a crucified man in Al-Bab after accusing him of being murderous radical. [JustPaste]

DaeshDaily comment. Look who’s talking.


Central and West (Homs, Hama, etc.)

Special sources say the Syrian Regime brought large military reinforcements, specifically Afghans, in to Tadmur. [ZamanAlwasl]


The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says Syrian warplanes targeted several locations near Sukhnah east of Homs, killing a civilian and wounding others. Battles continued between Syrian troops and Daesh near the Tadmur silos while Syrian warplanes bombed the area. 6 Daesh terrorists were killed in the battles. [SyriaHR]

The battles also continued between Syrian troops and Daesh near Ark Oilfield east of Homs. [SyriaHR]


The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says Syrian troops, supported by warplanes, launched a massive attack on Daesh east of Silmiya. [SyriaHR]


Syrian troops destroyed a Daesh vehicle on the road between Ithariya and Khanaser. [SyriaNow]


Daesh says a Syrian soldier surrendered to its men in the Shindakhyat area east of Homs. [A3maq]


Daesh says it stopped a Syrian Army counter-attack on areas Daesh recently captured east of Silmiya, killing twenty soldiers, and wounding others. [JustPaste]


East (Deir Ez-Zor)

Media sources in Deir Ez-Zor says Daesh informed money transfer offices in Deir Ez-Zor to give exact information about people who receive money from outside, in order to check for people who provide information about the Coalition. Daesh closed several internet cafes in Albu Kamal without giving any reason. Daesh also cut off electricity from houses whose families could not afford to pay the bills, according to a local activist. [ARA]




North Africa


On Saturday, Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis terrorists broke into a school near Rafah, and Egyptian Counter Terrorism troops surrounded them before the terrorists detonated the school with IEDs, causing heavy battles to erupt between Egyptian troops and the terrorists, killing 15 terrorists, and wounding 12. [ElWatan]


Daesh says it killed an Egyptian Police major in Arish, and captured his vehicle, pistol, and machine gun. Daesh publishes photos of the victim’s ID, car, and weapons. [JustPaste]


Eyewitnesses say armed men shot and killed a police officer and stole a civilian car in Arish city center. [VetoGate]


Three civilians were wounded when an IED exploded near Al-Wadi Bridge in Arish. [VetoGate]


Egyptian aircraft launched attacks on Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis south of Arish, destroying several hideouts and killing many terrorists. The attacks came after the terrorists attacked a security barrier. [VetoGate] [VetoGate]


Two soldiers were wounded when an IED exploded near Kharouba south of Sheikh Zuweid. [VetoGate]


A Counter Terrorism soldier was killed and nine wounded, including an officer, when an IED exploded on an armored vehicle in the Karm Al-Qawadis area south of Sheikh Zuweid. [ElWatan]



The Chairman of the National Accord Government Presidential Council, at the Arab Summit in Mauritania, said Libya will join the International Coalition to fight Daesh [AfriGate]


Central coast

The United Nations says 90,449 people have displaced from Sirte so far. [Wasat]


The National Accord Government Military Spokesman says five of his troops were killed and nine wounded by a Daesh landmine in southeast Sirte. He says three hundred and thirty-eight soldiers have been killed and around two thousand wounded so far in the battles. [Wasat]


The Libyan National Accord Government says it captured Daesh’s largest explosives factory in Sirte after heavy battles. [Hawar]

Photos of Daesh’s explosives center after it was captured by Libyan troops in Sirte [Wasat]


A military source says Libyan troops captured the Central Medical Compound in downtown Sirte. A medical source says Daesh terrorists stole several pieces of medical equipment from the compound. Libyan troops also captured 2 National Security buildings in south Sirte. [Wasat]


Daesh publishes photos of battles in Sirte. [JustPaste]


Other countries


Daesh publishes photos of the 2 suicide terrorists who attacked a Shia gathering in Kabul. [JustPaste]

Eighty civilians were killed and 200 wounded when 2 suicide terrorists attacked a peaceful demonstration in Kabul on Saturday.

Daesh said it will continue its attacks against Shia until it clears all Islamic lands from them. [JustPaste]

DaeshDaily comment. Of course Daesh can’t kill hundreds of millions of people. However, the propaganda that calls for this genocide comes from powerful religious establishments that laid the foundation for Daesh to commit all its crimes.  


Daesh publishes photos of executing an Afghani policeman in Nangarhar. [JustPaste]



Polish media sources say an Iraqi national was arrested Sunday in the city of Lodz (central Poland) after police discovered traces of explosive agents on his clothes.

A spokesman for the local prosecutor’s office said on Monday that the 48-year-old man, who has no permanent address in Poland, was detained on charges of possessing explosives and was possibly planning to commit a terrorist attack. [Sumaria]



A video of the Syrian suicide terrorist who injured 15 people in a Sunday night attack on a music festival in Ansbach, Germany, pledging allegiance to the Daesh leader Awwad Baghdadi. [A3maq]




A video of 2 alleged Daesh members captured by Iraqi forces in Zangoura [YouTube]


A video of families who escaped Shirqat and were received by Tal Afar PMFs [YouTube]


A video of MMC fighters bravely rescuing families trapped in Manbij [Twitter]


Photos of the Daesh terrorists who were caught in Najaf [Twitter]




Daesh audio newsletter for today [JustPaste]


Daesh publishes an infographic about 6 aircraft it shot down since July 14th, including 3 Syrian warplanes and 2 helicopters, and 1 American drone over Raqqa. [A3maq]


Daesh issues infographics about its attacks in different countries, including the United States, France, Belgium, Tunisia, Bangladesh, Germany, Indonesia, and Australia. [A3maq]

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