(AbsoluteNews.com) – The radical Islamic terrorist organization ISIS was dealt a deadly blow recently. One of the group’s top commanders is dead after a military strike by a US ally.
On Thursday, January 28, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi announced his country’s military killed Abu Yaser al-Issawi. The terrorist was the alleged head of ISIS’ branch in that country. The PM said the terrorist was targeted as “part of an intelligence-led operation.”
BREAKING: Iraq's PM announces the killing of Daesh commander Abu Yaser al-Issawihttps://t.co/kaE2NvEcdQ
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) January 28, 2021
The mission came a week after the most deadly ISIS suicide bombing in Baghdad in three years. At least 32 people died in the attack.
ISIS was absolutely devastated over the last four years when former President Donald Trump was in office. Many Americans were concerned that when President Joe Biden took over, we would see a rise in ISIS like we did when he was vice president. Although, it’s too early to tell if that’s going to happen, it’s clear our allies in the Middle East aren’t going to stop fighting the terrorists.
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