Senior ISIS minister killed in a US-backed operation in E. Syria

The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced Sunday that its troops had killed the ISIS “oil minister,” Thabit Sohbi Fahd Al-Ahmad, during an operation in the east Syrian Deir ez-Zour district. Al-Ahmad was responsible for the sale and smuggling of oil from the areas of Syria and Iraq that were occupied by the Islamic State and was considered one of the terrorist group’s economic masterminds.

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3 thoughts on “Senior ISIS minister killed in a US-backed operation in E. Syria

  • Jul 14, 2019 @ 17:05 at 17:05
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    Enjoy the 7 virgin sheep. Baa-baa-baa.

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  • Jul 14, 2019 @ 18:12 at 18:12
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    Pakistan plays the main role for a successful dialogue between both of them. Some other countries like India and Israel never want to America that the U.S leaves Afghanistan.

    Are the Afghan Taliban are future power after US army collapse

    America Invest billions of dollars in Afghanistan for fighting a war against the Afghan Taliban but the U.S failed to get a positive response. Afghan Taliban become much stronger as compared to past that’s why the US is afraid that the Afghan Taliban will be an annihilate them. The world has a fear that Afghan Taliban becomes a supper army in upcoming days. So President Trump said,” America is decided to leave Afghanistan and sort out the matter with dialogue”

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  • Jul 14, 2019 @ 20:42 at 20:42
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    The Seals will eat them

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