‘Death is close’ Widows of ISIS fighters face threat of Mosul revenge attacks

FAMILIES and widows of Islamic State fighters have been left to face the daily harassment and threats from Iraqis in Mosul.

Umm Leith, the widow of an ISIS fighter, has faced almost daily abuse from Iraqi security forces and neighbours, who freed Mosul from the jihadis last month.

Mrs Leith’s husband and three sons joined the evil jihadist group in 2015, but all of the fighters were killed in coalition air strikes in Mosul last year.

And now Mrs Leith claims she has been subjected to threats from locals in her home town of Hamam al-Alil, close to Mosul.

Hope it’s long and painful…

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  • canminuteman

    Gee that’s too bad.

    • I’m all busted up about it.

      • Blacksmith

        Crocodile tears fer sure……

  • Brett_McS

    I initially misunderstood that headline as saying that ISIS widows were plotting revenge attacks.

  • Shebel

    As my Daughter used to say, to me, when she was learning to talk–
    “That Deserves You”.

  • BillyHW

    Why are they still living?

  • My pity meter reads zero.

  • HalcyonDaze

    Another media attempt to paint the savages in a good light and the people they oppressed, murdered and tortured as the harassers. Sorry, but I have zero sympathy for anyone who’d associate with let alone sleep with any camel humping, dung loving, flea infested murderous thug from ISIS.

  • barryjr

    Tie her to a truck bumper and drag her out of town to a safe place.

  • Barrington Minge

    Well well now there is a surprise. Those who live by the sword. etc etc.
    Sympathy…NIL.

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  • Blacksmith

    “Hope it’s long and painful”
    And includes you suffering all the things you, your spouse, and sons inflicted on others!