CBC in IRAQ the watered down version because I'm sure it's far worse and gloomier:
"Never let anyone from ISIS enter your country. Never negotiate with them. If ISIS came to Canada, Canada would be like Mosul now: destroyed. If you know anyone supporting ISIS in Canada, kill him."
'I am a member of ISIS': 2 prisoners in Mosul explain why they joined the jihadists
More than 1,200 suspected ISIS supporters held in often deplorable conditions, rights group says
The prisoners were marched from their makeshift jail down the street to a house that Mosul's police have turned into a temporary detachment.
They were led into what used to be a family's living room, with the green curtains drawn shut.
Officers brought the men, separately, to speak to CBC News, in what is a rare opportunity to gain insight into why Iraqis joined the world's most notorious militant group. The prisoners were blindfolded to prevent them from identifying their guards.
"My name is Juma Ibrahim," said one of the men, his head bowed and eyes covered by a thin piece of white cloth. His hair had recently been shaved off. "I am a member of ISIS."
On a recent trip to Mosul, where the battle against the self-proclaimed Islamic State continues, CBC News was given access to two young Iraqi men who police say were ISIS members. Both were awaiting transfer to a larger detention facility for militants south of the city. Neither had been charged.
The prisoners were being held in east Mosul, which was liberated by Iraqi security forces in January. Across the Tigris River, the military operation to defeat ISIS in the western side of the city continues.
MORE By Derek Stoffel, CBC News Posted: Apr 19, 2017 5:00 AM ET
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