THE Islamic State has declared a state of emergency as US airstrikes and assassinations undermine their stronghold in the city of Mosul, northern Iraq.
The evil jihadis captured the city in June 2014, wreaking terror on the local people.
The city had a population of 2.5 million before ISIS seized control over it, but it is estimated that 500,000 civilians managed to flee before the jihadis arrived.
The remaining two million were subjected to a reign of terror, with ISIS killing and exiling up to 70,000 Christians and selling local Yazidi women as sex slaves.
But the death cult’s bases in the city have been decimated by US-led airstrikes and assassinations, causing the death cult to remove their troops from the streets due to fears of ground attacks.
A source said: “The international coalition airstrikes destroyed gatherings points and headquarters of ISIS in the forest areas in Mosul.
“ISIS have panicked after the waves of assassinations and have begun to cut off the main roads to the residential neighborhoods, after declaring a state of emergency.”
ISIS has been left reeling after a spate of assassination of its top officials in the Iraq districts of Qayyarah, Sharqat and Bashiqa.
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