Iraqi woman kills ISIS commander near Mosul

An Iraqi woman has reportedly killed a senior commander of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in the countryís northern province of Nineveh after the latter forced her to act as a sex slave for his militants. Saeed Mamouzini, the spokesman of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) in Mosul, told Arabic-language al-Sumaria satellite television network on Saturday that the woman killed the terrorist, known by his nom de guerre, Abu Anas, in Tal Roman district, which lies west of the militant-held city of Mosul. Mamouzini added that the woman exacted revenge on the slain Daesh militant commander three months after he coerced her into marrying his comrades. The report comes only two days after Daesh terrorists brought non-Iraqi women to Mosul, located some 400 kilometers (248 miles) north of the capital, Baghdad, to use them as sex slaves following an order by the terrorist groupís leader, Ibrahim al-Samarrai aka Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. On August 15, Daesh militants executed 15 women at the Ghazlani military base, which lies near Mosul, after the victims refused to marry the militants. The terrorists executed 19 women in Mosul on the same ground in late July.
Hana Nawafili, a spokeswoman for the Iraqi Observatory for the Defense of Battered Women, told Arabic-language al-Maalomah news agency on July 18 that Daesh terrorists had gang-raped seven female residents of Fallujah, situated about 69 kilometers (43 miles) west of Baghdad, and then murdered them.

The northern and western parts of Iraq have been plagued by gruesome violence ever since ISIL Takfiri terrorists mounted an offensive in June 2014. The militants have been committing vicious crimes against all ethnic and religious communities in Iraq, including Shias, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians and others.

The Iraqi army together with fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units has been engaged in operations to liberate militant-held regions.