Dozens Executed in Mosul; 106 Killed across Iraq

Shi’ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called on his followers to join anti-corruption protests in the capital on Friday.

The head of the League of the Righteous (Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq) militia, Qais al-Khazali, has his own ideas on how to fix Iraq’s governmental problems, but he also admitted that some of his rogue followers have committed war crimes. Such abuses forced Sadr to remove his followers from the fighting months ago.

The government is planning on severing the salaries of employees in Islamic State territory in Nineveh province, including displaced persons. The militants have been seizing millions of dollars through this route for months.

At least 106 were killed and 30 were wounded:

In Mosul, 39 people were executed for their associations with security personnel. Nine more were executed after being found guilty of homosexuality.

A triple suicide attack on a military outpost west of Ramadi left only eight security personnel dead and six wounded despite the use of fuel trucks as bombs. Separately, a dozen militants were killed in rocket attacks.

In Baghdad, three separate bombs killed seven people and wounded 24 more.

Eight militants were killed in al-Baghdadi.

Eleven militants were killed in Husayba.

Security forces killed five militants in Falluja.

In Albu Hayat, four militants were killed.

Dozens of militants were killed during the liberation of al-Msentr and Doizzat.

Author: Margaret Griffis

Margaret Griffis is a journalist from Miami Beach, Florida and has been covering Iraqi casualties for since 2006.