Daesh Abducts Over 200 near Mosul, Retreats with Thousands: UN

تم نشره في Tue 8 November / Nov 2016. 01:00 AM - آخر تعديل في Tue 8 November / Nov 2016. 03:36 PM
  • Iraqi Army tank at the gates of Mosul - (Archives)
  • Iraqi Army convoy - (Archives)
  • A member of Iraqi security forces inspects a building that was used as a prison by Daesh militants in Hammam al-Ali, south of Mosul. - (REUTERS)

CAPITALS — ISIS fighters, aka Daesh, have abducted 295 former Iraqi Security Forces members near Mosul and forced 1,500 families to retreat with them from the town of Hammam al Alil toward Mosul airport, UN human rights spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani said on Tuesday.

"People forcibly moved or abducted, it appears, are either intended to be used as human shields or - depending on their perceived affiliations - killed," she said.

The UN also had information about the abduction of at least 30 sheikhs in Sinjar last week, and one report that 18 of them had been killed on Friday.