Wild boars overrun Islamic State position, kill 3 militants
- Author: Ryan Wade Apr 27, 2017,
Apr 27, 2017, 2:00
Al-Assi explained that the militants had already massacred 25 people attempting to flee the seized area of Hawija three days prior to the boars mauling them.
The Times report cited Sheikh Anwar al-Assi, a leader of the tribesman fighting the Islamist group, who gave his own take on the boar attack: "It is likely their movement disturbed a herd of wild pigs, which inhabit the area as well as the nearby cornfields".
Kurdish Intelligence Brigadier Azad Jelal told the Telegraph that the jihadis "met some feral boars and the boars killed" them, but he did mention another reason the men may have been in hiding.
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According to IraqiNews, three members of ISIS were left dead by the boar attack.
Hawija resides about 100 miles south of Mosul and sees dozens of residents flee to Kurdish Kirkuk daily.
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"This will not be ISIS's last massacre against citizens", he is quoted as saying. USA -backed troops launched the effort to drive the militants out of Mosul in October. An Iraqi news site reported that residents of the city have sought refuge in neighboring cities and camps throughout the province since ISIS took control of different areas within Kirkuk.
Three Islamic State terrorists were brutally killed near the Iraqi city of Kirkuk - but not at the hands of the US military.
Active in Iraq since 2014, Daesh holds some territory in the southeastern region of Kirkuk.
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