Daesh Takfiris on Tuesday 26th January 2016 killed fellow commanders in northern Iraq.
The four Daesh commanders were executed in Iraq’s oil rich northern province of Kirkuk on charges of fleeing the battlefield.
According to Jabbar al-Mamouri, a commander of the pro-government Popular Mobilization Units, Daesh Takfiris killed the four commanders along with three other fighters by firing squad in Hawijah district located some 282 kilometers (175 miles) north of the capital, Baghdad.
An English-language online newspaper, Iraq News also reported Daesh killing its own commanders accused of escaping clashes with Iraqi government forces in the predominantly Sunni village of Tal Kusaiba located some 35 kilometers (20 miles) east of Salahuddin’s provincial capital city of Tikrit, nearly a fortnight ago.
Same day (Tuesday 26th January 2016) Daesh terrorists publicly beheaded 10 fellows in Hawijah on the ground that they had collaborated with government forces and leaked information about militant commanders.
Separately on January 24, Daesh executed three of its own commanders in Iraq’s embattled northern province of Nineveh after the militants sought to break away from the terrorist outfit and escape the city of Mosul, located some 400 kilometers (250 miles) north of Baghdad.
Daesh terrorists had executed fellow extremists in the western city of Khan al-Baghdadi, situated about 180 kilometers (110 miles) northwest of Baghdad, after accusing them of espionage and passing confidential information to Iraqi security personnel on October 10, 2015.
Northern and western parts of Iraq have been plagued by gruesome violence ever since Daesh Takfiris launched an offensive in June 2014, and took control of portions of Iraqi territory.
Daesh militants have been committing brutal crimes including crucifixions and beheading against all ethnic and religious communities in Iraq, including Sunnis, Shias, Christians and Kurds.