Chemical detection scheme to Daesh Mosul and the arrest of Ayman involved


 

History of edits:: 2017/4/30 9:1111 times readable
{Baghdad} Euphrates News reported intelligence sources inside the city of Mosul that security forces arrested a group belonging to the terrorist gangs Daesh and possession of toxic materials used to manufacture explosives and chemicals.
The sources told {Euphrates News} a copy of it, that ” the security forces and their advance in the health district of the right coast of the city of Mosul arrested a group belonging to the gangs of terrorist Daesh and possession of quantities of toxic substances used in explosives and chemical weapons manufacturing to hit security forces and civilians fleeing towards Iraqi forces liberated from the oppression and injustice of those criminal gangs. ”
He pointed out that “gangs Daesh filming these crimes as violations carried out by Iraqi forces to highlight the local and international public opinion and to cover the size of the victories achieved by the security forces in the liberation of the cities and the revival of Mosul as well as refraction and defeat Daesh before offering liberated troops.”
The sources said that ” the detainees confessed to having received orders from their leaders to carry out bombings toxic chemical and Tsouriha materials and documented in the city of Mosul , in order to copy the experience of what happened in Khan Shaikhoun Syria abuses against civilians who have suffered a chemical attack and took the incident international repercussions.”
The terrorist gangs Daesh beat the security forces and civilians with chlorine gas and some toxic substances three times in the right coast of Almousel.anthy

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