Iraqi local source: Women of ISIS leaders in Mosul evacuated and located in Raqqa

Baghdad, SANA – A local source in the Iraqi Nineveh province said wives of the leaders of ISIS terrorist organization have been evacuated from Mosul city and sent to Syria upon orders from the organization’s chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as the Iraqi forces started last Monday an offensive to liberate Mosul from ISIS.

The source told the Iraqi al-Sumariyeh news website that Mosul-Iraq’s second largest city- has been evacuated of the women of ISIS leaders over the past days, especially those holding Arab and foreign nationalities, noting that the women were relocated in Syrian cities where ISIS is positioned, mainly Raqqa city.

Media sources said 10 buses and 12 cars transporting foreign members of ISIS and their families arrived in Raqqa coming from Mosul city without being targeted by
the US-led coalition aircrafts.

A Russian source earlier revealed that there was agreement between the US and the Saudi regime to secure safe exit for ISIS members from Mosul, as many of those,
accompanied by their families, arrived with military escorts in Raqqa city and were located in the youth housing compound in al-Rmeileh neighborhood.

H. Zain/ H. Said

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