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    Sunday Times: British troops in Iraq received a list to kill or arrest the ranks of the 200 British

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    Post by Rocky Mon 07 Nov 2016, 4:15 am

    Sunday Times: British troops in Iraq received a list to kill or arrest the ranks of the 200 British Daesh
    Wrote: November 6, 2016
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    The Sunday Times revealed the receipt of the British Special Air Forces in Iraq list to kill or capture as many as two hundred British terrorists who are fighting in the ranks of the terrorist organization Daesh Iraq.
    The newspaper added that the list prepared at the taken from the British Secret Intelligence Service and British foreign intelligence and secret government communications headquarters data and that of the arrested would be handed over to Iraqi authorities with the possibility of execution if found crimes on them during the trials.
    The Secret Service and police have expressed by their concern over the so-called Bstadt any tenderness to abandon the British from the main strongholds of the organization, such as tenderness Daesh city and return to Britain to create terrorist cells.

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