The executed people were all “Iraqi police personnel, army troopers and civilian activists,” Arabic-language al-Sumaria satellite television network reported, quoting Sourji.
ISIS terrorist group’s mass execution has increasingly raised fear of people in the militant-held city, Sourji added.
This deadly mass execution came just a day after the terrorists publicly cut off the right hands of three teenagers accused of theft on Saturday.
The penalty was handed down by the group’s so-called Sharia Court without investigation which sparked the outrage of citizens, as the three boys were underage.
Meanwhile, the Iraqi forces have reportedly killed ISIS military commander, known as Abu Leil, along with four of his companions in Garma district, east of the city of Fallujah in Anbar province. A day earlier, another terrorist commander, called Shobaib Abu Majd al-Kanani, was also killed along with eight other ISIS commanders in an airstrike in Nineveh.