Reuters US Army / Staff Sgt. Andrew Goedl
According to media outlets, the international coalition, in cooperation with the “Syrian Democratic Forces”, carried out an airdrop operation in Al-Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria, with the aim of eliminating a high-ranking ISIS leader.
The Central Military Media, citing the Militant Coordinators, and Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper, citing military sources, confirmed today, Sunday, that the landing operation was carried out at dawn last Friday in the village of Ibb Al-Teen in the southern countryside of Hasaka, and resulted in the liquidation. The so-called ISIS leader, Sabah Al-Ibrahim, also known as “Abu Osama Al-Ibrahim,” who holds Iraqi citizenship and presides over the so-called “Badia Province” and has been active in the ranks of ISIS in Syria and Iraq since its establishment in 2014.
No official data has been issued confirming the authenticity of these reports.
Source: Central Military Media + Middle East