Shi'a death squads liberate Fallujah from Sunni death squads
FALLUJAH, Iraq — Shi'a death squads have resumed patrols on the streets of Fallujah, “restor[ing] a sense of normalcy” to the beleaguered Iraqi city, residents say.
The Shi'a patrols follow the flight of Sunni death squads, religious police, and bootleg pornography vendors who had dominated the largely Sunni city since the Islamic State conquered it in 2014. The rapid departure of ISIS has paved the way for a welcome return to sectarian tension, corruption and graft.
Iraqi government forces announced new rules, heralding an end to the barbaric reign of ISIS.
“We are delighted to announce an end to the Sunni-on-Sunni rape that has so typified Daesh rule,” said Brig. Gen. Haider al-Obeidi of the Iraqi Federal Police/Iranian Revolutionary Guard. “From now on, brutal violence against women and children will be conducted under the rule of law.”
Fallujah’s embattled population expressed their gratitude at their liberation from slavery to second class citizenship.
"We're just so grateful!" exclai…
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