Ramadi ISIS Fighters Burned Alive

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Ramadi ISIS Fighters Burned Alive

ISIS fighters who fled to Mosul after the fall of Ramadi to Iraqi and coalition forces,  were burned alive in the town square, according to local residents. They have also begun murdering women and children as “spies.”  The fighters who lost Tikrit to the Kurds in 2014 were also executed.

“They were grouped together and made to stand in a circle. And set on fire to die.” Local resident

Nice folks, these Islamic terrorists. If you lose, there is no sympathy, only death. If you win, you are expected to win more or there is death. Death is the name of their game and it is meted out with ruthlessness. And they have left behind unbelievable disasters in their wake.

 ramadi ISIS fighters

Ramadi after the ISIS occupation

Ramadi- remains uninhabitable

The Islamic state has been pushed to the outer limits of the city, but with land mines, and a destroyed infrastructure, it’s not likely the residents can come home anytime soon.

The Daily Mail reported,

“Most areas are now under the security forces’ control,” Anbar governor Sohaib al-Rawi said on Saturday at a temporary government complex southeast of the city.

“Most of the streets in Ramadi are mined with explosives so it requires large efforts and expertise,”he said.

Specialised bomb disposal teams from the police and civil defence force would begin work ‘soon’, he said.

The counter-terrorism forces which spearheaded the city’s recapture are securing only main streets and tactically important buildings, security sources said.

They have built up earth banks at the entrance of central neighbourhoods deemed clear of militants but still laden with explosives, and marked buildings’ exteriors as ‘mined’, the sources added.


“ISIS is fracturing, paranoid from within. They are using women and children executions to intimidate – the harsher the tactic the more desperate the leadership is.” Michael Pregent, foreign policy adviser to David Petraeus

Wounded predators? 

“They continue to lose territory, we’ve seen a growing number of defections and a rise in the number of alleged internal spies – many of whom they have killed mercilessly without demonstrating significant evidence of internal espionage. ISIS pattern of internal killings looks remarkably similar to al Shabaab’s decline in Somalia.  As Shabaab lost ground and defectors increased, internal killings and harsher punishments were meted out across the terror group further accelerating the loss of local popular support.” Clint Watts, Foreign Policy Research Institute

As with all such rosy news reports, be wary of those who claim that any jihadist group is “in decline.” Before you go rejoicing about them falling apart, remember this: a wounded predator is more dangerous than normal. We must be more vigilant, more wary than ever before.

The last thing we want to do is be standing in front of an ISIS sympathizer who is wielding a knife or a gun and try to say to him, “Hey ISIS is in decline.” Stay alert!




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