The Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham has had a rough week in the southern countryside of the Mosul District, thanks in large part to the Iraqi Armed Forces and the U.S. Air Force, who continue to bombard the terrorist group in western Iraq.

On Friday afternoon, the terrorist group reported the death of another one of their senior officials after the Iraqi Air Force struck their positions in the Nineveh Governorate.

The ISIS official was identified by the terrorist group’s official media page as Fadel Badr Ahmad – an Iraqi national that has been a member of ISIS for 5 years.

In addition to killing the aforementioned ISIS official, the Iraqi Air Force also killed several of his associates, including a large number of combatants.

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MiKu
MiKu
2016-04-08 23:30

who cares theyre already replaced.and if 100 IS commanders die 2morrow,there will be 100 new you can post evry day an article

daeshit sucks
daeshit sucks
2016-04-09 08:48

Miku : you miss the point that between an experienced commander, i.e a former Saddam’s army officer which was in a military school, survived the Iran-Iraq war and the two gulf wars and a newbie fanatic high on captagon, the skills aren’t the same… Just think about of the old sniper Abu Tahseen who performs around Mossul… This guy alone is more deadly than an A10 Warthog… Skilled people at war aren”t replaced easily

OP.
OP.
2016-04-09 15:24

Good job Americans – but do you mean it´s comparable for example with liberation of Palmyra? Wake up, please and begin to do something!