Report: Islamic State Chooses to ‘Surrender En Masse’ to Iraqi Kurds over Martyrdom

Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga fighters pose for a photo holding an Islamic State (IS) group flag in the village of Sultan Mari west of the city of Kirkuk on March 9, 2015 after they reportedly re-took the area from IS jihadists. IS spearheaded a sweeping offensive in June 2014 that overran large parts of the country north and west of Baghdad, including in Kirkuk province. AFP PHOTO / MARWAN IBRAHIM (Photo credit should read MARWAN IBRAHIM/AFP/Getty Images)
An excess of one thousand Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) terrorists have reportedly surrendered to Iraqi Kurdistan’s Peshmerga troops despite the martyrdom they pledged was their only acceptable end, according to a report.

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Report: Islamic State Chooses to ‘Surrender En Masse’ to Iraqi Kurds over Martyrdom

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