The leader of the Iraqi popular mobilization forces in Anbar province says that ISIS militants are forcing their fighters to use narcotics and hallucination pills during cleansing battles in Fallujah.
The commander of Karmat Fallujah brigade within al-Hashed al-Shaabi, Colonel Khamis Bahr Halbusi, reported in a press statement “ISIS forced its militants to use drugs and hallucinations pills in Fallujah, al-Karma District and some areas in Saqlawiyah north of Fallujah.”
Halbusi added, “The dead bodies of ISIS members who were killed in the cleansing battles had been inspected,” pointing out that, “We discovered traces of narcotic pills and drugs in the bodies of ISIS members.”
“ISIS members were forced to use these drugs in order to be unaware of what is happening to them during the attacks,” the statement continued.
Previously the commander of the Tigris Operations Lt. Gen. Abdul-Amir al-Zaidi reported that, ISIS forces its elements to use specific drugs in order to control them, pointing out that the suicide bombers are receiving three doses of drugs before carrying out operations.
Al-Zaidi added “We have confirmed information that ISIS forces its elements to use specific types of drugs in order to increase addiction to get them under control and push them into the abyss of death,” noting that, “most of ISIS dead in battles were found in possession of pills and narcotic drugs.”
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