During the special operation in northern Syria, Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, who is called the closest aides of the former head of the Islamic State, was eliminated.
In a joint raid between Kurdish and American forces in northern Syria, the right hand of the leader of the Islamic State, Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, was killed. This was announced on Monday, October 28, reports the European Truth, with reference to the “Syrian Democratic Forces” (SDF).
The SDF spokesman said al-Muhajir was the target of an attack near the Syrian border town of Jarablus. It was eliminated thanks to the efforts of the SDF intelligence and the U.S. military, he said.
SDF General Commander Mazlum Abdi said it was “a continuation of the previous operation” in which Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed. He named the jihadist spokesman as Baghdadi’s right-hand man.
Recall, the day before Donald Trump at a special briefing confirmed that the leader of the terrorist organization Islamic State (ISIS) Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed during the operation of the U.S. forces in Syria’s Idlib.
The U.S. later revealed details of the ISIS leader’s elimination. Meanwhile, the media named a new militant leader instead of the slain al-Baghdadi.