ISIL Massacres Members of The Iraqi Security Forces Following Their Surrender

ISIS Leading Captured Iraqis, Presumably to Execution

Mainstream media (MSM) is beginning to report that the ‘nice’ behaviour of Isis/IsiL (I’m sticking with IsiL from this point in) has evaporated and they have resorted to the use of extreme violence in the pacification of the population in areas that they control. The United Nations in Iraq has stated that 27 ‘civilians’ were killed in one street in Mosul, a dozen Iraqi soldiers in another area, and at least 4 women ‘committed suicide’ after being raped and/or ‘married’ to IsiL fighters in the city of Mosul. Footage on the internet showed an Iraqi police force Major being apprehended in his home, handcuffed, blindfolded and then be-headed with a knife. His head was then photographed, resting on his legs, and uploaded to ‘Twitter’ with the title ‘This is our football, it’s made of skin #World Cup’; expect a lot more reprisals by IsiL against the Iraqi state apparatus but, maybe less on social media, as the current Shi’ite dominated Iraqi government have been attempting to dampen panic in Baghdad by closing down internet portals.

BestGore readership has already raised questions as to the fate of the security forces captured during the advance of IsiL, rumours from Baghdad suggested that there is a distinct possibility that up to 1700 may have been executed, many by removal of heads from bodies and shooting; photographic evidence of this has just hit the internet.

An IsiL spokesman, Abu Mohammed al-Adnani, has declared ‘The battle is not yet raging, but it will rage in Baghdad and Karbala. Put on your belts and get ready’ He also taunted the current Iraqi President, Nouri al-Maliki as being ‘an underwear salesman who had lost Iraq for the Shia’, adding ‘You lost a historic opportunity for your people to control Iraq and the Shi’ites will always curse you for as long as they live’.

Al-Adnani also indicated that IsiL is planning to march toward Baghdad and other pivotal cities, including the holy cities Karbala and Najaf, and then ‘March to Baghdad al-Rashid, the Baghdad of the Caliphate. We have a score to settle…Be certain of the victory of Allah as long as you fear Him’. It sounds, very much, as if the gauntlet has been thrown on the ground.

Baghdad, itself, appears to be a city poised on the brink with many of its 9 million population stockpiling food and water with commodity prices rising, rapidly. BBC interviews with residents suggest that market areas are abandoned, possibly due to fears of IEDs/suicide bombers, and that many are contemplating mechanisms of escape; possible if you have the means and money, impossible if not.

The country’s leading Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani announced yesterday that ‘Citizens who are able to bear arms and fight terrorists, defending their country and their people and their holy places, should volunteer and join the security forces to achieve this holy purpose’ and this has led to large numbers of young men ‘enlisting’ into the Army and joining militias with the aim of President al-Maliki to create a ‘ring of iron’ around the capital.

It will be interesting to see how untrained adolescents and young adults fare against the seasoned IsiL fighters, in comparison to the capitulation by the US trained Iraqi Army in previous encounters, not least because the rout left behind equipment worth around $1.3 billion; including at least 72 tank and armoured cars, and several helicopters which were seen in a triumphant fly-past in Mosul; it’s believed that they were piloted by Sunni ex-military pilots who were previously loyal to Saddam Hussein. The abandoned tanks appear to be Russian built T55 medium tanks; not a great deal of use to IsiL as they need to be moved to where they are required by transporter, and, also you can’t just hop into them and play World of Tanks as this video demonstrates.

Nonetheless, tanks are useful in obliterating road blocks (IsiL used bulldozers in Mosul), destroying other armour and terrifying untrained infantry.

Baghdad has witnessed demonstrations of gunmen from the Shia Mardi army driving in trucks, saloon cars and expensive 4×4 vehicles complete with flags and honking horns, as well as a procession on foot of Shi’ites who were ‘ready to fight

Although a T55 is vulnerable to anti-tank rounds and rockets, you need to have the weapons systems and training to light them up. IsiL has a pretty good record of scoring hits on Syrian T72s, so we’ll see if the Shi’ite militia can match them if IsiL actually deploy their new toys.

Meanwhile Kurdish Peshmerga (‘those who confront death’) forces have retaken the city of Kirkuk and have liberated at least 10 Iraqi tanks and removed them on transporters, and dozens of Humvees. The Peshmerga are seasoned fighters, including women amongst their ranks, dating from the 1920s when the Ottoman and Qajar Empires collapsed. They are non-secular and played significant roles in the capture of Saddam Hussein in December 2003, and the interception of a messenger for Usāmah bin Muḥammad bin ‘Awaḍ bin Lādin in 2004.

The Kurdish front, around Kirkuk, was visited, yesterday, by Amira Zangana, a Member of the Kurdish Democratic Party, who declared ‘The Iraqi Army should not have given up this way. They should have stayed to fight ….. this means we do not need them. Our people, the Peshmerga, are fearless and they will fight Isis. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has no role here’. The Kurdish move re-enforces their territorial position as they regard Kirkuk as their own provincial capital and it, effectively, hands them control over the adjacent oil fields.

In other news, Turkey has warned IsiL against harming the Turkish Consul General and the Turkish Special Forces troops that were captured during the taking of Mosul. An IsiL commander has reassured Rudaw, a Kurdish media network, that ‘The diplomats are safe and we are treating them well. We assure their safety and will return them to their country, they have nothing to fear because they are Sunnis and of the Hanafi faith. One of the diplomats has a dog with him and we provided food and water for his pet, too’.

Barack Hussein Obama II, the 44th and current President of the United States (US) has announced that he will decide what he will do ‘in a few days’ and that ‘military plans are being considered’ but, that, American troops would not be returning to Iraq to assist the current government. Reading between the lines suggests that the Obama leadership has been caught with its shoelaces undone and has only spotted the implications of the IsiL advance when the refinery at Baiji in Salahaddin province, and the nearby Ajeel oil field, fell to the advancing IsiL forces; the refinery produces 320,000 barrels per day (bpd) of Iraq’s oil output; to put this in context, Iraq has 8 operating oil refineries with the second and third largest being 150,000 bpd Basra, and 100,000 bpd Daura refineries IsiL fighters have not, so far, disrupted oil production.

On Friday Brent crude futures stabilised at $112.32 per barrel and United States crude levelled to $106.55, a record 9 month high as concerns grew on the ability of Iraq to continue production (just to remind BestGore readers; Iraq is the world’s second largest oil exporter; oil accounts for approximately 85% of its gross domestic product, and 20% of its output is destined for the US). As Shell and BP are the major companies involved in Iraqi oil production, I expect that their executives have had their telephones on re-dial to the White House and Whitehall over the past few days.

US Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking in London, said that ‘given the gravity of the situation’ he would ‘anticipate timely decisions from the president regarding the challenge’ in Iraq.
‘We have already taken some immediate steps …… including providing enhanced aerial surveillance support to assist the Iraqis in this fight. We have also ramped up shipments of military aid to Iraq since the beginning of the year’. The Apache Longbow and F16 Flying Falcon orders, together with an order for High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) commonly known as the Humvee, may be delivered a little ahead of schedule, after-all the Iraqi Army appears to have misplaced a large number of its current vehicles.

The latest news is that a US Aircraft carrier, one destroyer and one cruiser have been deployed to the Arabian Gulf; the carrier USS George H W Bush, moving from the North Arabian Sea, will be accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea and the guided-missile destroyer USS Truxtun. They are due to be on station by next weekend.

And look; Iran and the ‘Great Satan’ appear to becoming Best Friend’s Forever. Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, said that Iran would not rule out working together with the United States to battle Sunni extremist fighters. It appears that neither the US, Iran nor the present Iraqi government are keen on the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate across the Iraqi-Syria border.

Iran has increased the preparedness of its air defence systems and Major General Qasem Soleimani, Commander of the Iranian Islamic Revolution Guards Quds Force, has been inspecting Iraqi and militia positions north of Baghdad. A little internet digging has suggested that Major General Soleimani and General Hasan Gohari were able to slip, with impunity, in and out of Baghdad, during the occupation by coalition forces 2003 – 2011; exactly who was the Iraqi government taking ‘advice’ from?

Obama stated ‘This is a regional problem, and it is going to be a long-term problem …… what we’re going to have to do is combine selective actions by our military to make sure that we’re going after terrorists who could harm our personnel overseas or eventually hit the homeland’. I guess using the term ‘terrorist’ is easier for the general population to digest as they might be easily confused by Isis, IsiL, Shia, Shi’ite, Iran, Iraq and Syria.

As the United States ramps itself up for another bombing and cruise missile frenzy, with the civilians caught up in it labelled as ‘co-lateral damage’, it’s worth remembering the words of Brigadier General William R Looney III on Operation Southern Watch* ‘If they turn on their radars we’re going to blow up their goddam SAMs (surface to air missiles). They know we own their country. We own their airspace …. We dictate the way they live and talk. And that’s what’s great about America right now. It’s a good thing, especially when there’s a lot of oil out there we need’. Postwar bombing Looney Ibid. Washington Post, Page 3, 10 August 1999.

It’s amazing what you discover when writing for BestGore; looking up Brigadier General William R Looney III, I discover that, amongst his many awards he has ‘The Global War on Terrorism Service Medal’. I didn’t know that even existed. So, here is a little more about it, courtesy of Wikipedia; The Global War on Terrorism Service Medal is a military award of the United States military which was created by Executive Order 13289 on 12 March 2003 by President George W Bush. The award recognizes those military service members who have performed service in the War on Terror from 11 September 2001, to a date yet to be determined.

Iraqi government forces have launched air attacks on IsiL positions, including in Tikrit, where a mosque was among buildings targeted; so much for the Geneva Convention (again) and, it appears, that the stand-off in Fallujah has led to the Iraqi forces employing artillery barrages and dropping ‘barrel bombs’ on civilian areas and hospitals.

Despite the counter-attack yesterday, there are reports of fresh clashes in Dujail, Ishaki and Dhuliuya in Salahuddin province, just north of Baghdad and IsiL have vowed to capture Karbala and Najaf, holy Shia cities in the South This brings IsiL fighters to within 60 miles of the capital prompting the evacuation of several hundred United States nationals from a base north of Baghdad.

Britain’s Foreign Minister William Hague has, finally managed to discuss matters with his Turkish counterpart; a step-up from spending so much time with Brad Pitt and Angeline Jolie, last week at a four day London conference intended to place countries under pressure to prevent their soldiers from using rape and sexual violence as a weapon of war.

Mr Hague has indicated that Britain is ‘considering its (surely ‘her’) options’ but he has, apparently ruled out ‘boots on the ground’ whilst ‘looking urgently at other ways to help’ such as ‘counter-terrorism expertise’ which is unlikely to mean TSA style airport staff and more likely to mean British Special Forces and Intelligence Officers; rather like Prime Minister David Cameron’s pledge in 2011 that no British troops would be involved in Libya; whilst, conveniently, forgetting about the British Special Forces and Intelligence Officers.

Meanwhile British politicians have promised £3 million for food, water and, rather oddly, household items for displaced persons, in a show of humanitarian generosity.

Background

Remember the video of the three unfortunate truck drivers stopped by IsiL in Anbar province? The dark bearded individual engaged in the questioning of the drivers prior to their execution at the roadside appears to be a Shakir Wahiyib with a family name of Fahdawi, which suggests that he is a member of the Anbar-based Albu Fahd tribe. He has earned a reputation for appearing unmasked in public and on video, whilst engaging in a series of extremely unpleasant executions. Iraq has, apparently, placed a bounty of US$50,000 on his head.

* Operation Southern Watch began on 27 August 1992 with the stated purpose of ensuring Iraqi compliance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 688 of 5 April 1991, which demanded that Iraq “immediately end this repression and express the hope in the same context that an open dialogue will take place to ensure that the human and political rights of all Iraqi citizens are respected.” Nothing in the resolution spelled out the Iraqi no-fly zones or Operation Southern Watch Source: Wikipedia

Photographs of Shakir Wahiyib, mean and fearless executioner for ISIS:

Photo of Major General Qasem Soleimani, Iranian commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Quds Force:

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64 thoughts on “ISIL Massacres Members of The Iraqi Security Forces Following Their Surrender”

      1. I still don’t know why anybody living in an ISIS or cartel occupied region of the world would fucking SURRENDER. Are they straight up retarded? I’m not saying it serves them right, but they had an easier option and that was to charge at the bastards with everything they had before getting shot down.

    1. If those rag head bitches want to have a word in the world they can’t go chopping heads off and shooting people for no reason, the media gives it attention then guess what another country will come back in and occupy it permanently

  1. It’s a difficult one, this. I fear this could end up being a genocide like that seen in Rwanada back in the 1990s. Thanks to previous governments who helped by interfering in other countries’ affairs, we now have a situation where things will go from bad to worse regardless of what the West does.

    1. I checked Tony’s on-line diary when this present dollop of shit hit the fan; he wasn’t doing much and stayed remarkably silent until the last 24 hours. I was tempted to mention his interview on the BBC, and the subsequent reporting, but I wouldn’t have been able to type coherently with my fists hammering down on the keyboard.

        1. @bobcat

          I know right? That mother fucker is one of the sole causes to this whole thing and he just slips away hiding in the background, only speaks when he is put under the spotlight. He should be lynched and strung up for his part in the mass invasion of a country which posed no threat to anyone. Now look at the consequences of his and Bushs actions. Assholes!

          1. Bilderberger him as well, even went to ones where he wasn’t on the guest list, corrupted by power and money, He was voted in by the people? Was he fuck, I think this has all been planned. Slowly slowly catchy monkey.

          2. Couldn’t agree more you two . I can’t bear to talk about that unscrupulous toad . He showed the world who his masters are when he donned that skull cap . If he told me it was sunny outside , I’d take a brolly .

          3. @ewe

            I know dude I remember him wearing that piece of shit on his head. Trying to suck jewish dick for a living. What a disgrace and he “lead” us for 10 years? After thoroughly digging England into a hole that we are still trying to claw out of today. Total faggot!

      1. Howdy all, new here! I find this site very informative as far as retrieving non bias political information. Excuse my ignorance but can someone please fill me in on Blairs involvement in all this. I have a lot to learn! This kind of thing makes my blood boil, especially how most people lap up the garbage that the media spews out. I was speaking to my father the other day about the Syrian conflict, and he was rambling about how Assad is evil and chemical weapons this bla bla. Glad I’ve found a place where I can seek the truth. Thanks all!

    2. Yeah he did, because he went along with the game-plan of JEWS:

      A Clean Break

      Then, when it was all going south, you again acquiesced to JEWS:

      Choosing Victory

      I’ll say it once again, probably the hundredth time .

      Saddam deserved a medal, not execution.

      Hail Assad!

  2. @nastypersuasions, that was a nice write up, well done.

    In my opinion William Hague is a typical British politician, gay but married for image purposes. Once shared a room all night with a young male political aide but claimed he did it to save taxpayers money. Likes to start inquiries into child abuse scandals in care homes but then whitewashes them so that no prominent people are taken to task.

    He is always shouting for Britain to ?liberate? other countries despite the fact that he is an odious little turd who would soil his, no doubt, taxpayer funded expense account pants if he had to do any actual fighting himself.

    Now he likes to parade about with celebrities and call for rape to be prevented in war zones. A more novel approach for the shiny headed twat were he not such a self seeking bastard would be for him to stop creating war zones in the first place, it may go some way to reducing rape in them.

    Tony Blair, another fine British politician and a good friend to Israel has stated that all the problems that we are seeing in Iraq today are the result of us not invading Syria.

    He said that had we ?liberated? Syria and toppled Assad that there would be peace in the middle east by now and that all the problems in Iraq today were not the fault of his and George Bush?s actions but rather your, everybody else?s, inaction.

    They talk about the Muslim threat at our doors despite the fact that they let all the third world bastards into our countries to begin with.

    What a shitty world.

    1. Not to worry Tony has got a ticket straight to Heaven, having absolved his sins.

      I didn’t read much of his transcript as comments such as ‘We didn’t cause Iraq crisis’ reveal much about his odious personality; for ‘we’ read ‘I’ and factor in the delusion.

      Psychopathy should, perhaps, be excluded in anyone seeking election to an office of responsibility.

      I would be interested in what a group of forensic psychiatrists would make of Tony?

      I did consider adding in a number of comments on Mr Hague but didn’t consider them pertinent to the posting and my brain was getting tired; that was nearly 2500 words.

  3. I wonder how long it will be before the pressures of the international treaty will have to make a move on these splinter groups.

    The longer it goes on the worse it will become and soon the whole state will be under control of these people.

    Not that I’m bothered too much to be fair because I wish all the Muslims in the world would one day just disappear. And the Jews for that matter. With their bullshit beliefs of both parties, they have turned the world into a war zone.

    And as for all the white political leaders who are so power hungry and greedy, I wish them a slow painful demise as well.

  4. Drop soap and water on these fuckers and watch them run. The vultures are gonna get so fat they won’t be able to fly. Heady “pun intended” times are ahead for those of us who love gore.

  5. @nastypersuasions

    Congrats on writing such a well informed article by the way. I like a good read and especially on such a hot topic in the world right now. Really appreciate all your hard work and research so thanks again.

  6. ahh the insanity of religion and its weak minded feeble brained participants at their war and terror actions again. and these are supposed to be ‘peaceful’ people ! religion is worse than cancer its a fucking disease on humanity and these politicians thrive off countrys dependent on it so they can eventually war monger their fucking way into their riches or get a share in them somehow. tony blair is pure scum and he lit the touchpaper for all this shit. he should be dropped off in iraq and let them rip him apart. tony blair you are a fucking demonic man and no pun intended haha you are going to ‘hell’ you murderous cunt.

  7. Those are some nice looking American made rifles they got, glad to see they recognize the quality. Did they “liberate” them or were they gifts from the Sheeples Republic of the United States ? We arm these guys in Syria and call them freedom fighters they cross a line in the desert and become terrorists when they enter Iraq. WTF.!?

  8. That guy in the picture with the bounty on his head , really deserves the most painful ending possible . I remember the wanton murder of the three truck drivers well , imo , one of , if not the most , wanton killings on BG . I would like very much to see his demise appear on here some day , sooner rather than later .

  9. A few years ago I watched a video by this muslim cleric saying that all the stuff going on in the middle east was a set up, to give Israel an excuse to wage a big war and expand it’s borders to create greater Israel. He said the plan would be to make the world believe that the muslims had risen up and were becoming powerful. That Israel was now in great danger and about to be destroyed. Then Israel could justify the big war that they had preplanned to wage in which they expand Israel from the River of Egypt up to the Euphrates. This way, they could say to the world that they were not the aggressor, but only defending their self. At the same time, they would crash the US economy and Israel would become the leading state in the world.

  10. This is not the ISIS killing the Iraqi militants but the other way around. It is the Iraqi militants killing the captives and posting as ISIS killing!

    In fact one of the so called “ISIS” member was wearing a military uniform!

  11. First those Fuckers from the US-regime support those radicals with mass of weapons to bring down Assad and now these radical idiots move towards the Iraqi government (the new Iraqi government which was delivered by the USA after the war, to get economic benefits and exploit the country) and take some pipelines.
    “The US-government is not amused!”
    Hahahahahaha!
    It seems that the USA will walk another time into the Iraq. Maybe the horrible war in Syria will stop, when those ISIL terrorists are eradicated.

  12. Instead of weapons-send fence! Fence the whole fuckin area and wait-problem solved. Who cares which evil stands in the end. For humanitarian reasons send some sharp knives too (ze Germans or Japs could help here), so this sick sawing stops and a one-cut beheading would be more pleasant (not that I know, just guessing, never been beheaded)
    Problem now is, that there is no true alliance against IS (If that is the real enemy) and worst of all the arrogant US don’t even consider getting china ans Russia on one side. Guess why the US will be the bad boys again ? Disregarding and disrespecting international sovereignty and borders.

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