US kills yet an Another ISIS leader.
According to the US Army Central Command, (CENTCOM), Friday’s announcement by the Government of the United States announced Hamza al-Hosi’s death. He was a senior leader of Islamic State (IS), in Syria.
Late Thursday, the IS leader Hamza al-Homsi was shot and killed in a helicopter attack. According to reports, the US soldiers and the dog were being treated in an American medical facility in Iraq.
The jihadists lost most of their territory to the local Kurdish-led or coalition-backed forces in 2019. IS remnants in Syria retreated to the country’s eastern desert areas. These hideouts have been used by IS to attack Kurdish-led forces in Syria and the government troops in Iraq.
Washington announced in October 2019 that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of IS, was killed during an attack on northwestern Syria. The US killed his two closest heirs, the first in a raid in northwestern Syria by the US and the second in a battle in south Syria by ex-Syrian rebels.
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CENTCOM headquarters in Tampa, Fla. made a brief statement stating that the attack was an explosion on the target.
CNN sources claim that three service personnel are stable while the fourth sustained minor injuries and was able to return to duty. The working dog was also listed as stable.
CENTCOM reported Wednesday that Ibrahim Al Qahtani was killed in a US raid in Syria on February 10.
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The Government of the United States Friday announced the killing of Hamza al-Hosi, a senior leader of the Islamic State (IS) group in Syria, in a joint operation with Kurdish-led local democratic forces in which 4 US troops and a dog were injured by an on-target explosion, according to the US Army Central Command (CENTCOM).
The IS leader, identified as Hamza al-Homsi, was killed late Thursday during a helicopter raid. The US soldiers and the dog are being treated at a US medical facility in Iraq, it was reported.
After the jihadists lost their last scraps of territory to local Kurdish-led and coalition-backed forces in 2019, IS remnants in Syria mostly retreated to desert hideouts in the country’s east. They have since used those hideouts to ambush Kurdish-led forces and Syrian government troops while continuing to mount attacks in Iraq.
In October 2019, Washington announced the death of IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during a raid in northwestern Syria. His two successors have also been killed: the first during a US operation in northwestern Syria and the second in an operation by former Syrian rebels in southern Syria.
In a brief statement from CENTCOM headquarters in Tampa, Fla., CENTCOM said the attack involved an “explosion on the target.”
According to CNN sources, three of the service members are in stable condition while a fourth service member sustained minor injuries and returned to duty. The working dog also was listed in stable condition.
CENTCOM also reported Wednesday that Ibrahim Al Qahtani died in a US raid on Feb. 10 in Syria.