Daesh Takfiri militant group has taken another step in effort to tame their own troops. Daesh is a derogatory Arabic acronym for Islamic State/ISIS/ISIL.
The Takfiri group has arrested dozens of its own fighters in Iraqi’s troubled western province of Anbar over attempts to stage a coup against the group’s leadership.
According to credible OSINT report, Daesh terrorists arrested and detained 60 fellow extremists in the city of Fallujah, some 69 kilometers west of capital city Baghdad.
The extremist were planning to rise up the ground rebellion against their group commanders.
Rebellion in the Daesh Takfiri movement which has been witnessed in separate occasion threatens the future of the Jihadist group capability.
The imminent rift is widening among the various levels of the Daesh militant group meaning change of policies, strategies that have resulted in massive deaths or defections of many of its adherents.
According to the spokesman for the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) in Mosul, Saeed Mamouzini, Daesh on August 31, 2015 executed 112 of it own members in Mosul some 400 kilometers north of capital city Baghdad
The slain militant fighters were accused of seeking to stage a rebellion against the militant group’s leader, Ibrahim al-Samarrai aka Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The killed terrorists fighters also had allegedly planned to execute the self-proclaimed Mosul governor, Abu Abdul Majid Afar then overrun Nineveh Province, break from Daesh, and declare war on the outfit.
On another incident, Daesh members have killed three fellow extremists in Fallujah over the same allegations and that they had refused to adhere to the group’s ideology.
SUMMARY & FORECAST
According to commander of the First Regiment of Popular Mobilization Units, Colonel Juma al-Jumaili, Daesh is worried of facing public humiliation and uprising against it rule in the embattled western city of Iraq.
The killing of its own fighters allegedly accused of opposing it rule and even accused of collaborating with Iraqi security personnel and army is a step aimed to tame, intimidate and scare it members to remain put with the wagon.
Daesh continues to register losses, from self inflicting execution of its members to Iraq military air strikes which this week has claimed 20 commanders while in hideouts in Albu Shajal and al-Malahama districts, which lie east of Anbar’s provincial capital city of Ramadi.
More military campaigns expected to continue in the plagued northern and western parts of Iraq. The region is volatile and sanctuary for ISIL Takfiris who invaded the area in June 2014 taking control on huge swathes of Iraq.