Takfiri ISIL Mufti Slain in Iraq’s Al-Anbar
The Mufti was killed on Saturday after the Iraqi air force received detailed intelligence on the whereabouts of the terrorist in al-Mohammadi region of al-Anbar province.
Soumeriya news reported that during the airstrikes, 8 other ISIL members, accompanying the Mufti, were also killed.
Also earlier this week, the Iraqi forces killed nearly a dozen ISIL militants, including the terrorist group’s new governor for Baghdad in Western Iraq.
Abu Du’a al-Rawi (Baghdad governor) and 10 other ISIL terrorists were killed in successful joint intelligence and military operations in Al-Qa’em region of Anbar province on Wednesday.
The ISIL’s senior member, nom de guerre Abu Walid al-Araq who was in charge of transportation and equipment in Fallujah, was also seriously wounded in the Iraqi army’s operations in Anbar province.
Other senior ISIL members who were killed in the Iraqi army’s operations included Abu Davoud al-Rawi, Abu Qatadeh al-Jazrawi and Abu Fatema.
Seven other ISIL terrorists were also wounded in the Iraqi army’s operation.
On Monday, the Iraqi army and volunteer forces (Hashd al-Shaabi) continued their advances in Anbar province, and purged the terrorists from two newly-released strategic regions.
The Iraqi forces seized back al-Sokran and al-Sha’yee regions near the city of al-Haditha.
The Iraqi military sources confirmed that al-Sha’yee and al-Sokran regions are now under the control of the army and popular forces.
The Iraqi army and the volunteer forces (Hashd al-Shaabi) continued their advances in Anbar province, and seized back a highly-important region near the city of al-Haditha on Monday.