Rampaging wild boars in southern Kirkuk leave three Muslim savages dead.
IraqiNews(h/t Susan K) The animals went on a rampage near a farmland in al-Rashad region, an Islamic State pocket 53 kilometers south of Kirkuk. They attacked the militants and left three killed, according to the source.
Since emerging in 2014 to proclaim a self-styled “Islamic Caliphate”, IS members have held areas in southwestern Kirkuk, where thousands of civilians had to flee the group’s rule to refugee camps in the province and neighboring cities.
Islamic State militants have regularly executed civilians in Kirkuk over accusations of collaboration with security forces or attempting to flee the province to refugee camps.
Alsumaria News quoted the source saying that “Islamic State militants took revenge at the pigs that attacked the farmland,” but did not clarify the method.