According to the news report, the terror group [ISIL] has owed its members’ salaries for over 6 months.
“…And they are in a state of panic and perplexity with strong disputes”, the source reveals.
Iraqi army troops, backed by fighters from allied Popular Mobilization Units, are seeking to win back militant-held regions in joint operations. They have managed to dislodge the militants from several areas in major offensives over the past few months.
Back in February, the Iraqi minister said that the country would launch a decisive battle to retake Mosul in the next few months.
Reports said earlier this week that the Iraqi army and popular forces continued their advance towards the Central parts of al-Qayara town as one of the most important ISIL bases in Southern Mosul.
As their latest achievement in Southern Mosul, the army purged the ISIL terrorists from al-Osajah village near Haj Ali town of Qayara region as the last ISIL base on the left side of Tigris river’s Eastern coasts.
“After liberation of Haj Ali town, we should have liberated other strategic villages too, including the Eastern Osajah and Western Osajah villages, and we succeeded to take full control of them within some hours,” General Emad al-Issawi said.