The killing of two prominent terrorists in Shirqat

12/6/2019 21:35:00

On Wednesday, Hashd al-Shaabi announced that a terrorist plot had been foiled and two prominent ISIS elements had been killed in Shirqat.


In a statement, Hashd al-Shaabi’s media office stated that "A special force of the leadership of Hashd al-Shaabi in the province of Nineveh, represented by the Movement and Intelligence carried out an operation in the Hatra district south of Mosul, which resulted in the killing of two prominent ISIS elements in Shirqat, the terrorists are (Abdullah Muhammad Thalj Jubouri) and (Basim Muhammad Madid Abdullah al-Jubouri)."


The statement added that "the terrorists were the right hand of the terrorist Abu Suleiman al-Askari, the official of Hatra district in Diwan al-Amn in Hatra district south of Mosul," adding that "the terrorists were planning to carry out kidnapping citizens in the district of Shirqat."



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