The ISIS terrorist group executed over two dozen Iraqi citizens by drowning and shooting in their heads in Nineveh province.
“The ISIS executed a 25-year-old girl, 14 other civilians by submerging them in the Olympic swimming pool in al-Jouseq region in Southern Mosul on charges of spying for the Iraqi government forces,” the Arabic-language media quoted unnamed local sources as saying.
The sources also said that 12 other civilians who worked in a fruit juice shop were shot dead in Bab al-Toub region in the center of Mosul city on spying charges.
On Saturday, the ISIS executed 14 Iraqi citizens by putting them in iron cages and drowning them in water in Nineveh province.
“A sum of 14 Iraqi civilians were arrested in al-Fasilieh district in the center of the city of Mosul on spying charges for the government and Peshmerga forces, and were later submerged in iron cages,” the Arabic-language media quoted an unnamed source as saying.
The ISIS terrorists filmed the execution of the Iraqi civilians while they were caught in iron cages.
Also last week, the ISIS executed several of its opponents in a brutal manner in Mosul city.
A video released by the terrorists shows 3 militants of M resistance movement (an opponent group of the ISIS) were shot in the head by the ISIS and 3 others were beheaded by the terrorist group on Sunday.
The video showed the ISIS terrorists shooting in the head of their opponents from close range.
The ISIS also beheaded three others on spying charges and for filming the terrorist groups’ military positions and vehicles.
Also earlier in August, the ISIS terrorists executed tens of civilians in Kirkuk province as they were trying to escape from Takfiri militants.
Hassan Mahmoud al-Soufi, a commander of popular forces, told the Arabic-language al-Sumaria television network that terrorists executed 61 people, among them a woman, by firing squad at a militant base on the outskirts of the town of Hawijah.
An earlier report provided by the UN refugee agency UNHCR had disclosed that the ISIS terrorists may have captured up to 3,000 fleeing Iraqi villagers.
The report followed a statement on Thursday from the Iraqi Observatory for Human rights, which said about 1,900 civilians had been captured by an estimated 100-120 ISIS terrorists.
The observatory said ISIS was using people as shields against attacks by Iraqi security forces, adding scores of civilians had been executed, and six burnt.
The report said the Takfiri group had captured the internally displaced people from villages in Hawijah District in Kirkuk Governorate trying to flee to Kirkuk city.
The Iraqi army and volunteer forces are preparing for a final push to dislodge ISIS from Mosul.