Mosul residents claim to have discovered a map depicting current and future ISIS Wilayat (States)
Nineveh – The residents of Mosul discovered what was one of the main headquarters of ISIS in Mosul, The ‘Land of Caliphate’ Map according to Al Sumaria.
Residents of Mosul sneaked into one of ISIS security headquarters that was evacuated by the group earlier due to the intense air strikes. The residents discovered a large map on a wall inside the archive room titled "The Land of Caliphate Map.”
The map marked with black and blue markers. The black marks indicating to the ISIS Wilayat (states) in Iraq and Syria, and the blue marks were designating States, soon announced. Included on the map were Sixteen City/States in Arab and Islamic countries."
In addition to Egypt and the Maghreb areas, the majority of ISIS Wilayat on the map are located within the Gulf Region Countries. Al Sumaria expected that I...
Approximately 8:00 a.m. Central European Time the first reports began to filter out that a bomb had exploded in the Brussels airport. Here is what is known at the moment: Multiple explosions rocked Brussels, Belgium in what appears to be coordinated terrorist attacks.
The first was carried out at Brussles Airport at approximately 8:00 a.m CETZ. At least 15 people have been killed with scores more seriously injured. Within 20 minutes, more terror attacks claiming the lives of at least 10 more were carried out at Brussels Metro Rail system.
These attacks are considered to have been cooridinated and carried out by ISIS as the bombs used in today's attacks have a lot of the same marking as those used in the Paris attack which were made by Salah Abdeslam. Abdeslam who was arrested last Friday has been making public statments which could have sent signals to other t...
Eighteen months after Ramadi was captured by ISIS, Iraq's elite counter-terrorism unit and army have now regained control of the Country's Capital Anbar Province. Ramadi hopefully is only the first of many major victories by Iraqi forces over the Islamic Extremists group. Now everyone waits to see whether or not Iraq's army and counter-terrorism unit can do the same in the country's 2nd largest city Mosul.