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ISIS gives Iraq 3 days to release their women or they will execute prisoners (video)

2018/06/24 | 01:05

(Iraq Now News)-

BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:30 P.M.) – The Islamic State (ISIS) released a video on Saturday that demanded Iraq release their imprisoned women or else they will execute six Iraqi prisoners.

In the video released by the Islamic State’s media wing Al-Amaq, the six Iraqi prisoners can seen calling on the government to release the terrorist group’s women in order to save their lives.

According to BasNews, the six prisoners come from Al-Anbar and Karbala.

The Iraqi government has yet to issue a response to this demand from the Islamic State.

Below is the Al-Amaq video:

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