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ISIS reveals its most new leader has been killed ‘in fight with enemies of God’ 


ISIS reveals its most the latest leader has been killed ‘in battle with enemies of God’

  • Abu Hasan al-Hashimi al-Qurashi has only been leader of ISIS considering the fact that March
  • He was killed in overcome and his alternative has by now been named
  • ISIS has been defeated in Iraq and Syria but sleeper cells even now carry out attacks 

The leader of ISIS has been killed in battle just eight months right after he was named as caliph of the Islamist terror group. 

Abu Hasan al-Hashimi al-Qurashi, from Iraq, was killed ‘in overcome with enemies of God’ and a substitute has currently been declared.

Talking in an audio concept, the spokesman identified the group’s new leader as Abu al-Hussein al-Husseini al-Qurashi.

Qurashi refers to a tribe of the Prophet Mohammed, from whom ISIS leaders need to declare descent.

ISIS enjoyed a meteoric rise in Iraq and Syria in 2014 that saw it conquer vast swathes of territory

Very little is acknowledged of the chief who is using regulate of the beleaguered terror team whose influence over the Middle East has waned in modern a long time. 

Soon after a meteoric increase in Iraq and Syria in 2014 that observed it conquer large swathes of territory, ISIS observed its self-proclaimed ‘caliphate’ collapse beneath a wave of offensives.

It was defeated in Iraq in 2017 and in Syria two decades later on, but sleeper cells of the Sunni Muslim extremist group nevertheless carry out assaults in both of those countries and claim assaults elsewhere in the environment.

ISIS’s earlier leader, Abu Ibrahim al-Qurashi, was killed before this yr in a US raid in Idlib province in northern Syria.

ISIS's previous leader, Abu Ibrahim al-Qurashi, was killed earlier this year

His predecessor Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (pictured) was killed, also in Idlib in a US raid, in October 2019

ISIS’s previous leader, Abu Ibrahim al-Qurashi (pictured left), was killed previously this yr after getting about from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (right) 

He had led ISIS from 2019 and was an ethnic Turkmen from the Iraqi city of Tal Afar.

The terror leader blew himself up in early February all through a US raid in northwest Syria, in accordance to Washington, in an place managed by rival jihadists. 

His predecessor Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed, also in Idlib in a US raid, in October 2019.

New chief Abu al-Hussein al-Husseini al-Qurashi arrives to the helm as ISIS has been weakened by US-backed operations in Iraq and Syria aiming to thwart a jihadist resurgence. 

The remnants of ISIS in Syria largely went to their desert hideouts from which they continue to harass Kurdish-led forces and Syrian federal government troops.

A UN report past yr believed that all-around 10,000 IS fighters remained lively across Iraq and Syria. 

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