(Iraqi Kurdish female fighters take aim against Islamic State militants in Nawaran near Mosul, Iraq, April 20, 2016.Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters)
The group known as Mosul Battalions has been doing justice to the ISIS militants in Iraqi.
Mosul is actually the second largest city in Iraqi and one of the few remaining strongholds of the extremist group.
According to a report by CNN, online video from the Mosul Battalion has shown the capture and assassinations of ISIS members and the bombings of the militant's checkpoints.
"The roadside bombs they used, they would steal from ISIS," “Abu Ali”, a Mosul Battalion intermediary told CNN. "ISIS puts bombs in certain areas and those who have previous military experience go and steal these bombs and place them to target ISIS."
"Saddam militarized the population, all Iraqi people have weapons training,” continued Ali.
Mode of Operation
"They work in two-person formations and a third person is at a higher level to avoid compromising the group if one is captured," he said.
Initially established by two close friends, the Mosul Battalion now claims to have between 100 and 300 fighters, many of them youth and former military members. If this figure is correct, their efforts may be invaluable in the coming months as coalition forces begin their massive campaign to liberate the city from ISIS.