ISIS so-called prince of Kabisa killed in coalition strike west of Ramadi

Archival photo.
Archival photo.

( al-Anbar – The leader of Anbar Operations Command Ali Ibrahim Dbon announced on Friday the killing of the ISIS so-called prince of Kabisa region during an aerial bombing by the international coalition aviation west of Ramadi.

Dbon said in a statement followed by, “The international coalition aviation, in coordination with the army’s Seventh Division, bombed a number of targets and vital headquarters that are important to the ISIS in the district of Heet and Kabisa vicinity (70 km west of Ramadi),” pointing out that, “The bombardment resulted in destructing those targets and headquarters as well as the death of tens of [ISIS] elements, including the ISIS prince for the vicinity of Kabisa known as Isaq al-Libyan; an Arab national.”

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