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ISIS Leader Killed During U.S Commando Raid on Syrian Hideout

ISIS Leader Killed During U.S Commando Raid on Syrian Hideout

ISIS Leader, US Commando

American President Joe Biden announced the death of Syrian ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi, the successor to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who died in a similar raid in 2019.

U.S Commando group trails through northwest Syria. They passed the information to the civilian of Syria to clear the building so they could save women and children in the building. The Islamic group leader, Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi killed himself by detonating prepared explosives from the third floor of his compound in Idlib, Syria, due to the raid of U.S special operation on 27th Jan 2022.

President Joe Biden talks about the raid he said: “to minimize civilian casualties. In a final act of desperate cowardice. He chose to blow himself up, not just with a vest but to blow up that third floor, rather than face justice for the crimes he had committed.

Last night’s operation took a major terrorist leader off the battlefield, and it sent a strong message to terrorists around the world: We will come after you and find you,” Biden said in remarks that lasted a few minutes.

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