US President Joe Biden said on Twitter that IS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Quraishi was killed during a US military operation in Syria. He was considered the leader of the terrorist organization IS. The operation was carried out in the north-western part of Syria.
The leader of the dangerous terrorist organization IS, Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Quraishi, was killed in an operation conducted by special military commanders of America. US President Joe Biden shared this news on Twitter. Biden thanked and commended US military commanders for the successful operation. The US President described the operation as a significant success.
The US military says a car bomb exploded at an Iraqi police recruitment center in Kisak, west of Damascus. The United States suffered no casualties in the operation. IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was claimed to have been killed in a similar US military operation on October 31, 2015. After the death of Abu Bakr, the command of IS came in the hands of Abu Ibrahim.
The US military says a car bomb exploded at an Iraqi police recruitment center in Kisak, west of Mosul. A report released by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said a car bomb exploded at an Iraqi police recruitment center in Kisak, killing at least 16 people, including six children and four women. The bomber struck in front of a US military base shortly after noon.
The area was under the control of al-Qaeda terrorists. Al Qaeda is training terrorists in camps in the area. IS terrorists are also hiding in the area. The Turkish military supports these terrorist organizations.