Joint Iraqi forces dismantled an 11-member "Islamic State of Iraq and Syria" (ISIS) terror cell in Mosul, the Interior Ministry said Thursday (April 12th).
"Acting on intelligence and through continuous monitoring, joint security forces consisting of Mosul's local police and the rapid response unit infiltrated and dismantled a terror cell in Mosul," ministry spokesman Brig. Gen. Saad Maan told Diyaruna.
"The cell was responsible for providing information and material support to criminal gangs," he said.
"Its elements worked for the so-called ISIS centres and offices [diwan] before the liberation [of Mosul] and are wanted according to article 4 of the anti-terrorism law," he said.