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February 4, 2023

U.S. Claims they killed ISIS leader in Syria

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Kuni .G. Isaac

The US Central Command said on the 12th that the US military launched a drone strike in northwestern Syria that day, killing the leader of the revolutionist association” Islamic State” in Syria.

The Central Command said in a statement that its colors launched a drone strike in the northwestern Syrian city of Jandris on the 12th, killing one of the five top leaders of the Islamic State and the leader of the group’s Syrian branch. Hill Al Agar. A close associate of Al Agar was seriously injured in the attack. primary assessments indicated that the attack redounded in no mercenary casualties.
As a elderly Islamic State leader, Al Agar was also responsible for developing the group’s network outside Syria and Iraq, the statement said.

Since the morning of this time, the US service and the US- led transnational coalition have launched a series of military strikes against the leaders of the” Islamic State”.U.S. President Biden said on March 3 that the top leader of the” Islamic State”, Abu Ibrahim al- Hashimi al- Quraishi, committed self-murder in an attack by theU.S. service in northwestern Syria on the evening of March 2; numerous countries The coalition blazoned on June 16 that it had captured a elderly leader of the Islamic State’s Syrian branch, who was professed at making losers, during a military operation in northern Syria that day.

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