ISIS terrorists 'being killed so quickly they can't fight back

ISIS militants are being "killed at a rate they simply cannot sustain" as the coalition forces of Operation Inherent Resolve press forward in Iraq and Syria, the Sun reported on Tuesday.

Major General Rupert Jones revealed the Terrorists cult is being smashed back so quickly they are believed to have lost the ability to coordinate terror attacks.

One of the deputy commanders of the Combined Joint Task Force revealed the coalition's storming march against ISIS at a briefing at the US Embassy in London.

The task force is a global organisation which is leading the efforts against ISIS in the Middle East.

Major General Jones said their military forces have managed to drive back the terrorists so much the cult's message and appeal has been utterly destroyed.

He said: "What we are doing is exposing the ISIS narrative as the lie that it is."

Fighting in the Middle East is currently centered around the ISIS strongholds of Raqqa in Syria and Mosul in Iraq.

Raqqa is being surrounded by forces from the coalition as well as the Russians and Syrian government..

Meanwhile, Mosul is locked in a bloody battle with Iraqi forces having to take back the city street by street.

The Brit said: "[ISIS] are under extraordinary pressure.

"When you are under pressure in Raqqa and Mosul, trust me, what you are not doing is sitting there plotting attacks into Europe and elsewhere – you are fighting for your life.

"That is what Daesh is doing right now and that means their ability to plan and direct attacks is very significantly degraded."

He added the flow of foreign fighters has "all but dried up" as the cult is no longer being reinforced from abroad.

Major General Jones said at its peak ISIS was getting 1,500 fighters a month from elsewhere in the world back in January 2015 – but this has been reduced to a "trickle".

Last week, ISIS destroyed the Great Mosque of al-Nuri the leader of the terrorist group Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi addressed his followers for the first time to declare the formation of his so-called state.