Daraa (SyriaNews.media) The US-led international coalition, on Wednesday, carried out an air strike on a headquarters belonging to the Islamic State group in al-Yarmouk Basin, west of Daraa, and killed 16 IS members, including four senior leaders, Qasioun News reported.
A statement published by the Islamic State revealed that warplanes of the US-led international coalition bombarded the Islamic State’s Khaled Ibn al-Waleed headquartes in al-Yarmouk basin, west of Daraa, killing four elite leaders and 12 other members.
The IS mourned the killed leaders and members, including the group’s Emir Abu Dajana al-Idlibi, General Emir of Yarmouk basin Abu Muhammed al-Makdessi, Military Emir Abu Udai al-Homsi and the Forensic Emir Abu Ali Shabat.
Furthermore, information indicated that the coalition air strikes targeted the building of the group’s legal court, located in al-Shagara Town in Yarmouk basin, west of Daraa.
Meanwhile, the Islamic State group appointed Mohamed al-Refaei (Abu Hashem al-Askari) as the new army leader.