REUTERS/Zohra BensemraSmoke is seen rising after a rocket landed in the middle of the Iraqi rapid response forces' position during a battle against Islamic State militants in the south of Mosul, Iraq, Feb. 19, 2017.
"They have really two choices: they can surrender to the Iraqi security forces, or they're going to be killed", he said.
More recently, he has given the authority for IS to continue to attack civilians in the eastern side of Mosul, which Iraqi forces have recaptured.
Dr Alomary declined to tally the bodies he had received, but fears that when fighting stops more will come.
That is when the task will begin of uncovering the mass graves where Islamic State threw its opponents after executing them.
Iraqi forces repelled an ISIS attack in the area of the Nur mosque and al-Hadba minaret Friday morning, Rudaw's correspondent in Mosul reported. "Sometimes we got 20-25, 50 (bodies in a day)".
Homeland Security chief says border will still be needed
Smugglers have also raised prices to bring would-be immigrants from Central America through Mexico and to the border, he said. But Mr Kelly told the Senate committee: "It is unlikely that we will build a physical wall from sea to shining sea".
Death certificates were not issued for foreign fighters because their only identity was a nom de guerre, he said.
Mosul west of the Tigris river is smaller but more densely populated, including the narrow streets of the old city.
Anti-terrorism forces affiliated the Iraqi army clashed for more than 13 hours until Thursday noon with Daesh militants in the neighborhood, which is regarded as one of the most important strongholds of the terror group in the western part of the city, Police Capt.
He called the civilians apostates who deserve to be killed.
The Tabqah strike that took place on Tuesday amounted to the third strike within a month in which USA -led airstrikes were linked to the death of civilians and or allies despite the Pentagon's investigation regarding two previous strikes which killed numerous civilians located in a Syrian mosque and Iraqi building west of Mosul.
"We buried them by the side of the road and want to bring them here", one of the men said to the doctor, who advised him to wait for Iraqi forces to finish clearing the rest of the city. Military officials claim the cause is still under investigation.