US forces killed the Daesh leader in Syria


The United States (US) forces carried out a military operation on Monday that killed a senior Daesh leader, Khalid Aydd Ahmad Al-Jabouri, in Syria, according to the US Central Command (CENTCOM), a unified combatant command of the U.S. Department of Defense.

On Tuesday, CENTCOM confirmed the death of the Daesh leader in a statement. CENTCOM said in a statement that the Daesh leader planned Daesh attacks in Europe and developed the leadership structure for Daesh, a militant Islamist group.

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CENTCOM posted the statement on the official Twitter handle. In a statement, Michael Erik Kurilla, commander of United States Central Command, said, “Daesh continues to pose a threat to the region and beyond.”

CENTCOM confirmed in the statement that no civilians were killed or injured in the attack. CENTCOM further said that it was committed to fighting against the Daesh group.

Last month, US airstrikes in eastern Syria killed eight pro-Iran fighters. US said its forces launched airstrikes in Syria after a drone attack killed a U.S. contractor and injured five other service personnel. The US alleged that the forces affiliated with the IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps) in Syria carried out a drone attack against a US-led coalition base in Syria.

After retaliating to the attack, Kurilla reportedly said, “We will always take all necessary measures to defend our people.” Lloyd Austin, United States Secretary of Defense, also said, “We will take all necessary measures to defend our people.”

While addressing the media in Canada, US President Joe Biden said that an Iranian-backed militant group in Syria attacked US facilities, which killed an American contractor and injured other members. He said that the US would respond “forcefully” to protect Americans and US personnel.

In recent months, airstrikes have increased in Syria. John Kirby, US National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications, has said that the US mission against the Daesh group would continue in Syria.



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