ISIS chief Abu Hussain al-Qureshi killed in Syria

ISIS chief Abu Hussain al-Qureshi killed in Syria: Turkish President announced, executed in an hour-long operation

May 2, 2023 - 13:32
ISIS chief Abu Hussain al-Qureshi killed in Syria

Abu Hussain al-Qureshi, the chief of the terrorist organization ISIS, was killed in an operation conducted by the Turkish Intelligence Agency in Syria. This information has been given by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan himself. During an interview given to state media, Erdogan said that intelligence agencies had been searching for Qureshi for a long time.
According to Syrian security officials, the operation was carried out in the town of Jandaris. Which is occupied by the rebels supported by Turkey. Abu Hussain al-Qureshi was made the leader of ISIS on 30 November last year.
The people of Jindaris told the news agency AFP that the Turkish intelligence agency had conducted an operation late at night in a madrasa built on barren land. The fight lasted for about an hour, after which there was a loud bang. In Abu, Hussain al-Qureshi was killed. However, the Syrian National Army has not yet reacted to this.
Prior to this operation by Turkey, in April, America had destroyed many bases of the terrorist organization ISIS by running an operation in northern Syria. And on April 16, 41 people were killed by ISIS terrorists in the same area. Of these, 24 people were common citizens.
On the other hand, in 2017, a court there imposed a fine of Rs 25,000 crore on several US officials, including Obama, for the death of Iranian people in ISIS attacks. In the reasons given by the court for collecting the fine, it has been told by quoting many books and research that America is responsible for the formation of ISIS. That's why America should pay the fine for the death of Iranian citizens at the hands of ISIS.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer