An areal picture taken on October 28, 2019, shows vehicles near a destroyed truck at the spot where Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, the…
Vehicles are seen near a destroyed truck at the spot where Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, the Islamic State group's spokesman, was reportedly killed in a raid in the northern Syrian village of Ayn al-Bayda near Jarablus, Oct. 28, 2019.
WASHINGTON - Senior Islamic State leaders in Syria are coming under fire, part of what appears to be an urgent campaign to gut the terror group’s brain trust.
The U.S.-allied Syrian Democratic Forces – credited with helping to take out IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and IS spokesman Abu Hassan al-Muhajir – said Monday it had carried out a series of raids aimed at getting the terror group’s key players dead or alive.
“Another successful raid targeting & arresting senior ISIS members,” SDF spokesman Mustafa Bali tweeted, using an acronym for the terror group, which is also known as IS or by its Arabic acronym, Daesh. “Those who are not killed will be arrested. Crimes of Daesh terrorists will not go unpunished.”
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