600 ISIS Fighters Flee Fallujah in Northern Iraq

Hundreds of ISIS fighters have left the city of Fallujah and moved to a surrounding area in Iraq, said a military commander in the city.

Hundreds of ISIS fighters have left the city of Fallujah and moved to a surrounding area in Iraq, said a military commander in the city.

Following the attacks carried out by the Iraqi army and tribal forces on ISIS in Jolan area in the south of Fallujah, and after liberating some neighbourhoods of the city from ISIS on February 25, more than 600 ISIS terrorists fled the area.

The ISIS terrorist remaining in the city are estimated to be 400, according to sources in the city.

Some Arab tribal forces gathered in Fallujah to stand against the atrocities carried out by ISIS insurgents against the locals.

They managed to liberate some neighbourhoods of the city by killing several militants in the area.

The extreme Sharia laws imposed in IS-held areas and the brutal actions by the terrorist group has encouraged some unidentified armed groups to, every now and then, carry out deadly attacks on ISIS positions and inflict the terrorists with heavy damages.


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