Member of State of Law Coalition Nahla al-Hababi announced on Thursday, that the Islamic State group is forcibly recruiting children, after its defeat in the battle against security forces from army, police, the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) and tribal fighters, according to IraqiNews.

“The Islamic State group abducted 150 children from Tal Afar, and forcibly recruited them in the so-called ‘Cubs of Caliphate’,” Hababi said in a press statement.

“ISIS is training children that were abducted from Tel Afar, Yazidi families and Mosul’s families to kill civilians and security members using booby-trapped vehicles and explosive belts,” Hababi added.

“The government and United Nations should prepare a rehabilitation program for these children,” she explained.

Hababi also emphasized the importance of the presence of rehabilitation centers and specialized psychiatrists to help these children, the report continued.

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Hitlerjügend=>Hamasjügend=>Cubs of Caliphate
Same methods, same ideology, same assholes…