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Away from Iraq’s front lines, the Islamic State is creeping back in 

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The Islamic State is nearing defeat on the battlefield, but away from the front lines its members are seeping back into areas the group once controlled, taking advantage of rampant corruption in Iraq’s security forces and institutions.

Police officers, judges and local officials describe an uneven hand of justice that allows some Islamic State collaborators to walk, dimming Iraq’s chances of escaping the cycle of violence that has plagued the country since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion.

In the western city of Ramadi, retaken a year ago, officials say evidence against the accused disappears from police files, while witnesses are too scared to testify. A bribe of as little as $20 can buy a laminated security pass granting access to the city.

In Salahuddin province, a mayor recounted how Islamic State members had returned to his small town, later saying he had received death threats. In Kirkuk, a woman said police were asking for tens of thousands of dollars to release her son, who is accused of helping the militants.

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  1. If you want to get rid of them kill the source who fund them. Look to Swiss banks and read “Shellgame” by Scott Bennett.

  2. In a few months we will see how well Syria’s amnesty program worked. It seems an impossible task to defeat ISIS. So well funded, and armed. Fear and corruption are 2 tough enemies. Kill them all.

  3. those responsible for that “uneven hand of justice” become Islamic State collaborators…selling out their fellowman for 30 pieces of silver

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