There is no reliable reports on Abu Ibrahim Al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi death
Cover up of the civilian deaths are already there
In northwestern Syria, the leader of ISIS died last night, the White House claims in a statement. President Biden says he will come up with more details about the Special Forces operation later today. Whether American commandos killed Abu Ibrahim Al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi is not entirely clear. The White House writes that he was “removed from the battlefield” and there are reports that he committed suicide when the Americans threatened to catch him. He would have detonated a bomb in the presence of family members, including children, reports Reuters news agency on the authority of a senior US official.
Al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi has been the leader of the terrorist group since autumn 2019. He succeeded Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi, who committed suicide while fleeing American Special Forces. This also happened in northwestern Syria, north of the city of Idlib.
The Pentagon reported that no U.S. casualties were reported in last night’s action, without giving any further details. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the situation in Syria from England, at least nine people have died among the civilian population, including two children.