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jihadists calling out sick from the fight to save their caliphate, according to a report.
Foreign fighters in particular seem to be going soft in the face of an offensive led by
the Iraqi national military, Kurdish fighters and international forces. Documents
discovered in recently liberated sections of Mosul show how the fair-weather jihadists
go to great lengths to get out of combat.
The Washington Post reported that Iraqi forces who took over an ISIS base in Mosul
found a document lamenting 14 “problem” fighters from the Tariq Bin Ziyad battalion.
On the surface, reports that militants are on the ropes in former stronghold cities
appears to be a good thing, but some disenfranchised members may work their way
back to Europe.
“He doesn’t want to fight, wants to return to France,” one note reportedly said about
a 24-year-old Algerian, who is a resident of France. “Claims his will is martyrdom
operation in France. Claims sick but doesn’t have a medical report.”
Another man from Kosovo complained of a headache. A Belgian militant got out of
fighting by offering a doctor’s note saying he had back pain.
The reports listed where each militant is from, his number of wives and the number of
“slave girls” he has. The report said it is impossible to verify the documents, but Iraqi
officers believe they are legitimate.
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