Senior Islamic State leader ANNIHILATED during devastating airstrike in Iraq

The depraved killer, nicknamed Abu Suhaib, was obliterated in the strike which targeted the region of Mutaibija as two of his sick associates were also injured in the blast – according to local sources.

Sahib is said to be the son-in-law of the terror cell’s “emir” or governor of the Hawi al-Udhaim region in Iraq.

Last month the chief decapitator of ISIS was stabbed to death in western Mosul.

The depraved jihadi, nicknamed “Abu Sayyaf”, was reportedly killed by unknown individuals west of the ancient city of Nineveh.
A security source told Iraqi News: “An unknown armed group killed on Sunday the Islamic State’s most famous decapitator, the so-nicknamed ‘Abu Sayyaf’.

“The armed group ambushed him at al-Dawasa region, in the western side of the city, and stabbed him several times.”

The source confirmed Sayyaf died immediately.
His death came just days after barbaric ISIS executioner Abu Abdel Rahman was also killed in Mosul.

The death cult’s senior commander is believed to have been gunned down in the al-Askari neighbourhood, which is yet to be liberated from ISIS control.A security source revealed: “The unknown gunmen shot at Abu Abdel Rahman, ISIS’ senior commander, in al-Askari region in the centre of Mosul city, and he was killed right on the spot.”

More than 250 women were butchered in Mosul in April after refusing to enter into “sexual jihad” with ISIS fighters and Rahman, from Saudi Arabia, is believed to have been present throughout their executions.

A Kurdish military spokesman said many of the women who rejected the “temporary marriages” were killed along with their families.

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