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Kurdistan

Rudaw Correspondent Speaks To ISIS Militants

By RÛDAW 11/8/2014
Hunar Ahmed, rudaw's correspondent in attempts to interview ISIS militants.
Hunar Ahmed, rudaw's correspondent in attempts to interview ISIS militants.


Rudaw correspondent Hunar Ahmad tries to speak with a group of ISIS militants on a bridge near Miriam Beg village, southwest of Kirkuk.

The militants are busy closing their end of a bridge that is held by Peshmerga and ISIS on both sides.

The militants refuse to talk to Ahmed.

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Sohail Ahmed | 11/8/2014
Brave Journalist we should proud on Rudaw English News.V Good Job man.
kemal marashi | 11/8/2014
My brave journalist bro, I understand what you try to to do but they don't understand HUMAN language because they are ANIMALS!
Egedius | 11/8/2014
Wow you are brave!
Relentless | 11/8/2014
what the fk would ISIS inbreds possibly have to say that anyone would care about? let them meet their maker as soon as possible, they can speak to him about what they've done and why
MS | 11/8/2014
From An American in Texas, God bless the Kurds and may he keep you safe!
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