It is suggested that the food was poisoned, although it is not yet known if it was deliberate or accidental
At least 45 Isis militants have allegedly been killed after eating a poisoned meal. According to reports, around 145 people sat down to eat the ‘iftar’ – the meal which breaks the daily Ramadan fast – in Mosul, Iraq.
But only 100 walked away alive.
It is suggested that the food was poisoned, although it is not yet known if it was deliberate or accidental.
Haaretz reports that it is possible their food was targeted.
In November, soldiers in the Free Syrian Army allegedly made their way into an Isis camp posing as chefs and poisoned their lunches, killing at least 10.
The images of the iftar from inside the Isis camps contrasts strongly with the images of young children and women queuing for food and water in Raqqa, Syria.
Those images were shared by anti-Islamic State activists ‘Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently.’
Source: Metro UK