ISIS stockpiling chemical weaponry in Mosul, says UN office

As forces battle ISIS in Mosul, Iraq, more reports about the horrific atrocities that the organization has committed in the region have surfaced. Along with reports of mass executions, some sources claim that ISIS is gathering chemical weaponry for future usage. In addition, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons released a rare condemnation accusing the Syrian Army and ISIS of using prohibited weapons.
ISIS forces Photo Credit: Reuters/Channel 2 News

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons released today (Friday) a rare condemnation accusing the Syrian Army and ISIS of using prohibited weapons.

The meeting was held behind closed doors but one of the people who attended the meeting claimed that the accusations were valid and are backed by very disturbing evidence.

At the same time, Russia called for the organization to immediately send an investigation crew to Aleppo, accusing the Syrian opposition of using dangerous chemical weapons.

Meanwhile, more than a month has passed since the beginning of the battle for Mosul, Iraq and the reports of the horrific atrocities that ISIS terrorists have done to the region’s residents continue to make headlines.

In a statement that was released today by UN human rights spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani, ISIS has executed hundreds of human beings around the Mosul region. She added that the terror organization has recently gathered ammonia and sulfur in order to use them as chemical weapons in future combat.

Earlier this week, Iraqi forces found mass graves south of the city in which more than 100 decapitated bodies were discovered.

Recently, ISIS terrorists publicly executed civilians suspected of cooperating with the Iraqi forces. In addition, it was reported that the organization has placed many suicide bombers (mainly children and youths) throughout the city and that women who were abducted were "handed out" to the terrorists.



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