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    Battle Against Daesh in Iraq (49)

    In Iraq, even the animals are doing their part to fight the jihadis.

    Wild boars attacked a Daesh base in the al-Rashad region of Kirkuk Governorate late Sunday, IraqiNews reported, specifying that three members of the internationally condemned terrorist group were left dead.

    The clash occurred because the animals had encroached on the terrorists' farmland.

    Alsumaria News quoted a source as saying that "Daesh militants took revenge on the pigs that attacked the farmland," but did not provide details.

    Daesh captured areas of Kirkuk Governorate after invading the country in 2014 and has executed civilians over what it considers disobedience (such as collaboration with the country's legitimate authorities and attempts to flee). The Iraqi government is expected to launch a campaign against Daesh in the region after it completes the operation to retake Mosul, the terrorists' stronghold in the country, which kicked off in October.

    Battle Against Daesh in Iraq (49)


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