On Sunday, the Iraqi Army struck a military vehicle belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) in the Makhoul Mountains, killing the emir (leader) of the area and 4 of his guards.

According to a report from the Iraqi Defense Ministry, the ISIS emir of the Makhoul Mountains was identified as “Abu ‘Abdullah”.

Abu Abdullah’s vehicle was struck by a Kornet missile on Sunday morning, killing him and his guards in the process.

Elsewhere, the Iraqi Air Force launched a powerful airstrike over Makhmur Abu Harith that killed another ISIS emir after a bomb hit his vehicle.

The ISIS emir’s name was not released by the Iraq Defense Ministry.

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