Breaking news: United States kills ISIS leader, al-Qurashi

America announce killing of ISIS leader, Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi

Breaking news: United States kills ISIS leader, al-Qurashi

United States forces have killed ISIS leader, al-Qurashi in a raid.

Breaking news reaching News247gh.com confirms the killing of Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi in a raid in North West Syria.

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United States President, Joe Biden tweeted about 49 minutes ago to confirm it. According to him, he gave the order and directions for his killing.

“Last night at my direction. U.S military forces successfully undertook a counterterrorism operation. Thanks to the bravery of our Armed Forces. We have removed from the battle field Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi, the leader of ISIS” the President posted.

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A senior U.S government official said al-Qurashi died at the beginning of the operation when he exploded a bomb that killed himself and his own family members. Among them were woman and little children.

American forces killed Baghdadi in 2019 in an airstrike operation. He detonated a suicide vest as American forces approached him in his hideout.

After Baghdadi died in 2019, the terrorist organization was looking for his successor. And in the past years, there was very little reports about al-Qurashi as the top man in charge of the organization. Now that he’s also gone, the group will look for its next leader. The United States will keep working for the World to protect and promote the peace we enjoy, as they continue to hunt them down.

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