ISIL senior leader killed in Mosul

23/6/2015 17:47:00
     ISIL senior leader killed in Mosul

The Pentagon announced on Tuesday, 23/6/2015 that ISIL senior leader killed in coalition air strike in the northern city of Mosul.
The Ministry revealed that he is Tunisian terrorist leader named Tariq Al-Oni Al- Hirsi one involved in the attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi.
The Pentagon said that Al-Hirsi was an important person in the attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi in Libya, which killed US Ambassador and three others, the State Department announced in September for a reward of $ 3 million for guidance.

And in Salahuddin province, destroyed a convoy of supplies to ISIL in Al- Fatha operation near Baiji after monitoring three mechanisms of movement of weapons and food and medical rations, according to Federal Police Chief Raed Jawdat.

In Anbar governorate, namely Eastern Ramadi, police arrested a sleeper cell of fifteen people, after the implementation of proactive operations in Habbaniyah and Fallujah areas of Al Amiriyah, according to police commander Maj. Gen. Hadi Rezaij.

And International coalition aircraft bombed ISIL hideots in this region in addition to shelling by the militia of the popular crowd.




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