Daesh kills 200 people who tried to escape from his areas of control

The rest of the gunmen in the old city of Mosul, dressed in "blazer jackets," roam after the joint forces have tightened their grip on the organization's last strongholds on the right coast.
The besieged population, in the center of Mosul, is in a state of extreme panic, after dozens of them were killed as they tried to flee the organization's control areas.

In the midst of fierce fighting in the old neighborhoods of Mosul, it is difficult to distinguish the source of the fire that kills civilians, more than 200 killed, officials said.
And deployed a group of snipers to target the fugitives from areas of control, and the Iraqi forces and the International Alliance used missiles and heavy missiles at times.
Violent clashes are taking place in al-Zanjili and Al-Hefaa neighborhoods, located north of the Old City, with an estimated 25,000 civilians in those areas.

Troops 9 / Iraqi Army, together with federal police and anti-terrorist forces, are engaged in an operation to liberate areas adjacent to the Old City.
The social networking pages circulated yesterday videos of Faroon from Mosul, where a large number of civilians were killed by armed men.
Abdul Rahman al-Waka'a, a member of Nineveh provincial council, said "military operations may have errors."
The Pentagon recently admitted to killing 105 civilians in Mosul by mistake last March.
"The joint forces are using guided missiles from aircraft and heavy projectiles in central Mosul, but less than in open areas," he said.

"The joint forces directed the population not to use any wheel to move around," said a member of the Nineveh provincial council. "All the wheels will be considered targets and will be hit," she said.
The organization recently began using civilian vehicles in the booby-traps, to intimidate Iraqi forces as carrying displaced people. Local officials say the numbers of civilian and military casualties will be announced after the completion of the liberation, in order to avoid disruption of the fighting.
Morsi officials describe the casualties as "big and surprising," and say the destruction on the right coast is over 70 percent.

The local official in Nineveh that "Daash executes civilians, to pressure the international public opinion to stop the fighting." "Since the siege of the organization in the small spot in central Mosul, it has become more ferocious against the population." An estimated 200,000 people live in about 8 neighborhoods in old Mosul.
News of the use of internationally banned weapons (WP) was leaked on Monday. But the agency denies that there is documented information about it.

But the Joint Operations Command has denied using WP in the recent Mosul battles.
The Joint Command said in a statement yesterday that "what appeared in the pictures is a smoke strike by the International Coalition to find a cover that blocks the vision of elements calling for the vision of civilians to give them a chance to exit towards our security forces."
"These smoke strikes have already been used in some areas of the left coast and the areas on the right side, and the aim is to protect civilians from friendly fire," the top military command in Iraq said.
Zuhair al-Jubouri, a member of the Mosul district council, said that "he urged the payment of 10 car bombs yesterday to Iraqi forces in the Zanjili area."

"There are people who are missing in the mass killings carried out by the organization against civilians who have exceeded 200 people," Jubouri told al-Mada.
The local official said the residents had left a "crawl" of the intensity of the clashes towards the military forces to avoid sniper calls, pointing out that many of the families lost their sons while trying to escape.
"One of the Russian armed men indiscriminately fired the population with a PKK weapon, killing many of them," Jubouri told eyewitnesses. According to eyewitness, the organization began to remove the doors of houses to facilitate the movement of elements, and in order to disappear among the population, pointing to the wearing of armed explosive belts.

Officials in Mosul estimate the number of militants remaining in Mosul between 1,000 and 1,500. But in advance in the federal police said, yesterday, the media that "the number of gunmen in the last stronghold in Mosul about 500."
Meanwhile, the joint forces announced more gains on the ground. The federal police confirmed yesterday that they control 60 percent of the Zanjili neighborhood. The advance of Iraqi forces comes a day after the announcement to regain full control of the neighborhood of health, and 40% of the district Zanjili.

Zuhair al-Jubouri reveals that "a number of people were detained in hospital warehouses in Al-Shifa neighborhood, near the Zanjili neighborhood."
The neighborhood includes a range of health institutions. "The city's population will starve if the areas are not liberated within the next two days," Jubouri said.