The ISIS terrorist group has burned the biggest archive of its secret documents and data known as “The Blue Archive of ISIS” in Tal Afar, near the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
A Qatari official says any confrontation with the Islamic Republic of Iran could lead to crisis at the international level.
A picture has been widely circulating on social media in recent days showing the face of a young girl who has managed to escape the ISIS terrorists. The girl has been dubbed the modern-day Mona Lisa as her face shows a mixed expression of fear, shock, sadness, hope and happiness.
The operation to liberate Mosul from the ISIS terrorists was completed three years after the terrorist group’s ringleader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared himself “caliph” in the Great Mosque of al-Nuri in 2014.
As the Iraqi army’s operation to retake the last stronghold of ISIS in Iraq is going on, many inside and outside of the war-torn country are preparing for a post-ISIS Iraq.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has strongly censured the Sunday terrorist blast in the Syrian capital of Damascus where a number of civilians were killed and wounded.
The ISIS terrorists have, in their latest mass murder, burned a dozen Iraqi civilians alive in iron cages in the city of Hawija in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk.
Abu Qutaiba, one of the ISIS’ Friday prayer leaders, has been executed by the terrorist group on charge of confirming the news of their leader al-Baghdadi’s death during his sermon in Tal Afar, near the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, on Friday (June 30).
Iraqi forces have managed to find one of the ISIS terrorist group’s drone-making factories in their recent advances on Mosul, northern Iraq.
The ISIS has announced that it will whip whoever spreads or confirms the news of the death of their ringleader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi