Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant offers truce to Kurds

If you don’t attack us, we would not attack you, says ISIL

Baghdad: A Kurdish Peshmerga officer said on Monday that the ISIL has contacted them by courier saying, “If you don’t attack us, we would not attack you.” The Peshmerga also said that the security belt created by them on the southern edges of Tuz Khurmatu has prevented the militants of the ISIL from bringing their fight to the Kurdish areas.

Currently, the last Peshmerga checkpoint is on the lower Zab River that stretches to the town of Dubis near the city of Kirkuk in the north. According to the Peshmerga forces, the ISIL checkpoint is only half a kilometre away from the Kurdish forces and that via taxi drivers on the road, the militants have asked for reassurance that they will not be attacked from the north.

( Source : agencies )
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