Was the Islamic State's (ISIS) Plunder of Mosul "Operation Bilawi" an Insider Job?

Video: Created September 2014 IS Liberation of MosulVideo: Created September 2014 IS Liberation of MosulFrom CRIF.org (Translated from French)"It was the latter who secretly planned the lightning conquest of Mosul on June 9, prepared by an incredible infiltration mission. At the beginning of the year, Adnan Smaïn Najem - his real name - is, beard shaved and under a false identity, as a rich businessman in the northern city to marry a Mossouliote, after a stay in Saudi Arabia. It is the former Baathist officer and not the Islamist who will advance masked, weaving Little by little a network of contacts with the Baathist leaders of other rebel groups who will move to action June 9, but under the orders of the EIS. Bilawi died a few days before the attack, during a police check. Like the other frames of the EIS, he wore a belt concealing explosives, he sued. Like so many other jihadists, Bilawi would absolutely not be taken prisoner. Posthumous homage Daech has called the…

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