The Defense announces the killing of a close associate of Baghdadi

19/8/2019 16:06:00

The Federal Ministry of Defense announced on Monday the killing of a close associate of the leader of the Islamic State terrorist organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.


The ministry said in a statement, PUKmedia received a copy of it: "A qualitative intelligence operation characterized by boldness and proper planning was carried out according to accurate intelligence information, the security forces managed to overthrow one of the most prominent terrorists in Heet in Anbar."


The statement added that the terrorist is the military prince of the Heet sector before liberation and is one of the close terrorists of the criminal Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the father of a number of terrorists, where his sons were killed by the security services while the other blew himself up a suicide attack while the other fled out of the country after he was injured during the liberation battles.






PUKmedia / Defense Ministry Media 


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