A top ISIL commander has been reportedly killed in a bombing in Iraq’s northern Kirkuk province
A top ISIL commander has been reportedly killed in a bombing in Iraq’s northern Kirkuk province.
According to a local source, Takfiri terrorist chief Mohamed Nassif al-Hosh died on Sunday when his car blew up while en route to the province’s western regions.
“ISIL members were deployed in the area and conducted operations to search for the perpetrators of the bombing,” the source said.
On Friday, four other ISIL commanders were slain in airstrikes carried out by the Iraqi Air Force in the province.
The Takfiri terrorists were killed as the Iraqi warplanes targeted the terror group’s key headquarters in the southwestern district of Hawijah.