Iraqi warplanes kill ISIS commander of Heet and 22 of his aides

Representational file photo.
Representational file photo.SIS

Al-Anbar ( On Wednesday, the president of al-Baghdadi Council Malollah al-Abidi announced, that the ISIS military leader of Heet district and 22 of his key aides have been killed in an air strike yesterday.

Al-Abidi stated for IraqiNews, “In the late hours of yesterday, Iraqi warplanes conducted an air strike against ISIS ranks, destroying 5 armored vehicles in an area located  70 km west of Ramadi. The air strike also resulted in killing the ISIS military leader of Heet, known as Sannan Moteb alongside 22 of his key aides.”


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  1. don’t kill them they are our humans please tells all countries to return their county because it is not our fight it’s civil war. LET THEM KILL EACH OTHER.

  2. so interesting…Prs. Obama n his colleagues create such terrorists: alqaedeh, taliban, daesh, bukuharam n. … to use them then showing they are fighting them to cheat world…

  3. Why are Isis members still fighting to stay alive since they openly professed their love for death,let them all surrender at once,thereafter we can start thinking of what to do with them,may be give them free western education and a little exposure so they can value life and shun violence.

  4. F**k all the f*****g isis they all will rot in hell, we are going to wipe them all out and defeat every single isis member, the U.S. Will blow them up and we win the war lets go U.S.A

  5. Psalm 35:19 Let not them that are mine enemies wrongfully rejoice over me: neither let them wink with the eye that hate me without a cause. Look to LORD Jesus His Kingdom forever! Hallelujah, Hallelujah!!

  6. I am interested in Kobane. I feel it will be one of those defining battles where to say “I was at Kobane when ISIS attacked”. Will mean the same as I was at Gallipoli or I was at pearl harbor or any one of many battles that define a people and a nation.

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