Commander of IMIS terror militia, Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes ordered his terrorists to get out of Tal Afar, well-informed sources told The Baghdad Post on Saturday.
The withdrawal came in conformity with PM Haider al-Abadi’s instructions in order not to get IMIS in clashes with Turkish troops, according to the sources.
An offensive has been launched to oust ISIS terrorists from Tal Afar.
The Iran-backed terror militia has repeatedly killed, looted and tortured Iraqis, particularly Sunnis in the newly-liberated areas from ISIS.
Abadi is planning to merge the 120-terrorist militia within the Iraqi army after the demise of ISIS.