Ahmad ‘Isa Ismail al-Zawi and Ahmad ‘Abd Muhammad Hasan al-Jughayfi had been killed within the Might 17 joint raid on an IS place in Deir Ezzor province, US Central Command stated in a press release.
Flag of the Islamic State. (Photograph: Reuters)
US-led coalition forces and their Kurdish allies the Syrian Democratic Forces killed two regional Islamic State group leaders in a raid in japanese Syria this week, US Central Command introduced on Friday.
Ahmad ‘Isa Ismail al-Zawi and Ahmad ‘Abd Muhammad Hasan al-Jughayfi had been killed within the Might 17 joint raid on an IS place in Deir Ezzor province, CentCom stated in a press release.
Al-Zawi, often known as Abu Ali al-Baghdadi, was the IS regional chief of North Baghdad, it stated, and was “answerable for disseminating terrorist steerage from senior IS management to operatives in North Baghdad.”
Al-Jughayfi, often known as Abu Ammar, was a senior IS logistics and provides official “answerable for directing the acquisition and transport of weapons, IED supplies, and personnel throughout Iraq and Syria,” CentCom stated.
“The removing of those IS leaders will disrupt future assaults towards harmless civilians and our safety companions and within the area,” it stated.
“Because of the relentless stress maintained by the SDF, IS’s remaining management within the space continues to dwindle,” CentCom added.
Since its territorial defeat in Syria in March 2019, IS assaults have been restricted to the huge deserts stretching from Deir Ezzor to Homs within the middle of the nation.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who led IS since 2014 and was the world’s most needed man, was killed in a US particular forces raid in Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib in October 2019.