Islamic State militants in Mosul. Photo: Twitter
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - At least 11 Islamic State leaders have been jailed in Mosul on charges of “treachery” upon the order of the group's top leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a Kurdish official in Mosul, told Rudaw.
"The 11 ISIS leaders were captured on charges of treachery against the organization," Saeed Mamuzini, media officer of the Kurdistan Democratic Party from Mosul, told Rudaw.
He added that an ISIS Sharia court judge is among the captured.
Meanwhile, the Iraqi Defense Ministry said on Wednesday that "ISIS has imposed curfews in Mosul following the eruption of clashes between left side (east) residents of the city and the ISIS police."
The ministry said in the statement "In three different areas on the left side of Mosul, people have started uprising against ISIS."