On Monday, the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) announced the death of one their fighters during the terrorist group’s assault at the strategic city of Baiji located north of Tikrit in the Salahiddeen Governorate of Iraq.

The ISIS fighter, “Abu ‘Abdullah Al-Amreeki”, was identified by the terrorist group as one of the four suicide bombers that attacked Iraqi Army’s military barracks in Baiji – they also revealed the identity of the other three suicide bombers: “Abu Mu’awiyya Al-Iraqi”,  “Abu ‘Ali Al-Tajikistani”, and “Abu Mohammad Al-Tajikistani”.

According to official statements from the terrorist group, Abu ‘Abdullah Al-Amreeki, successfully completed his martyrdom operation at the military barracks in Baiji; however, there was no confirmation from the Central Command of the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) of any casualties among their soldiers.

The last American ISIS fighter killed in Iraq was “Abu Da’oud Al-Amreeki” – he was reportedly killed on March 3rd, 2015 when he detonated his vehicle borne improvised explosive device (VBIED) into an Iraqi Army military installation in the Salahiddeen Governorate.

Yesterday, a Belgian ISIS recruiter, “Abu Muriyah Al-Beljiki”, was reportedly killed in Iraq; his claim to fame was mocking Belgian security officials in a number of YouTube videos after he arrived in the self-proclaimed “Caliphate.”

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