Iraqi airstrike kills a large number of ISIS members

Iraqi Air Force conducted an air strike against ISIS gangs in Khalidiya Island.
Iraqi Air Force carrying out airstrikes. File Photo

( Anbar – Official journalists with the Ministry of Defense informed that a number of ISIS members were killed, two headquarters and booby-trapped vehicles destroyed at an Iraqi air strike in Khalidiya Island, Anbar.

The journalists in a statement said, “Based on accurate intelligence inputs, the Iraqi Air Force carried out an airstrike against ISIS members in Khalidiya Island (Albu Bali). These members were preparing to launch an extensive attack on the security forces near the Japanese Bridge and al-Tharthar area, in order to open a passage for its besieged militants towards the desert of Ramadi.”

Adding further it stated, “The airstrike resulted in the destruction of two headquarters, killing of a number of ISIS members, as well as shattering of a number of booby-trapped vehicles.”

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