Arrest of 6 IS terrorists in Mosul

11/7/2019 14:57:00

The Interior Ministry announced on Thursday the arrest of 6 members of the IS terrorists, who were fighters in the so-called Diwan al-Jund on the left side of the city of Mosul.


In a statement, the spokesman for the Interior, Major General Saad Maan, said: "A joint force of the Karama Police Directorate and the 12th Police Regiment of the Nineveh Police Command and the Intelligence and Terrorism Control Directorate of Nineveh, operating within the Federal Intelligence and Investigations Agency of the Ministry of the Interior and on the basis of judicial warrants and the cooperation of citizens, 6 elements of IS terrorists were arrested and who were working fighters in the so-called (Diwan al-Jund) during the period which IS terrorists took control of Mosul."


Maan added that "the 6 terrorists were arrested in (Hai Ts’in) on the left side of the city of Mosul."



PUKmedia \ Media Office of Interior 


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