Abadi Daesh calls to surrender during a visit to Mosul


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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) - called Haider al-Abadi, the Iraqi prime minister, on Tuesday, fighters of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or what is known as "Daesh," to surrender or be killed.

This came during a visit by Abadi connector for the conduct of operations carried out by Iraqi forces against the organization in the western part of the city, where he said in a press statement: "We say to Daesh either to surrender and receive a fair trial or they will be killed."

It is noteworthy that the organization Daesh managed to control the city of Mosul, which is Iraq's second city in the year 2014 where the militants entered the city to the organization by a number of other cities of northern and central Iraq.