HRW Furious over “Mistreatment” of ISIS Terrorists by the Iraqi Forces


July 15th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– Agencies – – translated by Samer Hussein –  


Human Right Watch, a self proclaimed “human rights” organisation, notorious for covering-up hundreds of war crimes against Syrian and Iraqi civilians, is now outraged by alleged “mistreatment” of ISIS terrorists by the Iraqi security forces.

The organisation demands the Iraqi forces to immediately halt all executions of ISIS terrorists, stating they should be going through trial procedures first.

HRW’s reactions were reportedly triggered after new videos, allegedly showing Iraqi soldiers torturing ISIS terrorists, were released.

Sarah Leah Whitson, the executive director of HRW’s Middle East and North Africa division, however, openly admitted her organisation does not possess enough information or evidence that would prove the videos are authentic and indeed show Iraqi forces torturing ISIS terrorists.

It is noteworthy the Iraqi security forces urged all ISIS terrorists to surrender upon storming the last ISIS bastion in Mosul, noting that those resisting their demand could be subjected to extrajudicial killings. 

Human Rights Watch is notorious for its denial of hundreds of war crimes, committed by terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria.

The group has, for example, remained completely silent when ISIS terrorists grinded some 250 ethnic Assyrian children to death in a bread making device last year or when FSA-affiliated terrorists blew up a school and killed 46 children in the Syrian city of Homs back in 2014.

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