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Pirate radio risks genocide to quarrel ISIS on airwaves

Updated 1823 GMT (0223 HKT) Oct 22, 2016

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Irbil, Iraq (CNN)Not distant from Mohamad Al Mawsily’s studio, extreme battles are distracted to reject ISIS from a northern city of Mosul. But from his tip location, a immature Iraqi businessman is waging another fight opposite a militants on a daily basis. Less bloody? Yes. But, still potentially lethal.

Alghad FM broadcasts into Mosul as good as online, where replaced Iraqis around a universe can listen.

      The stations hosts dont use their genuine names on atmosphere for fear of plea by ISIS.
        Mosul residents have to call in surrepitiously into a radio hire given dungeon phones and a internet were criminialized by ISIS.

        Callers from Mosul risk their lives to make their voices listened on Alghad, that means quot;better tomorrow.quot;

Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/22/middleeast/mosul-offensive-pirate-radio-iraq/index.html