Kur­dis­tan Se­cu­rity Coun­cil re­veals names of IS princes killed in Pesh­merga op­er­a­tions re­cently.

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Kur­dis­tan Se­cu­rity Coun­cil is­sued a state­ment re­veal­ing that more than 200 bod­ies of the so- called Is­lamic State mil­i­tants were left on the bat­tle­ground after the last clashes with Pesh­merga forces on Ti­gris front and south­ern of Mo­sul Dam.

Ac­cord­ing to the state­ment, after pre­cise in­tel­li­gence follow-up, it has been found out that two se­nior IS princes were killed in the clashes and their names are (Sal­man Abu Khasa) and (Abu Sh­leimann). The first one was com­man­der of IS Spe­cial Forces and was very close to the group’s leader Abu Baker Bagh­dadi. The sec­ond was se­nior su­per­vi­sor of all the ad­min­is­tra­tive in­sti­tu­tions of IS in Nin­eveh.

The Se­cu­rity Coun­cil of Kur­dis­tan Re­gion dis­closed the names of 21 IS princes and com­man­ders who were killed re­cently.

“Dur­ing the re­cent Pesh­merga op­er­a­tions in south of Mo­sul Dam, a lot of IS ter­ror­ists were killed and more than 200 bod­ies of them had been left on the bat­tle­field,” the state­ment read.

The names of the dead IS princes and com­man­ders are:

1- Prince Abu Awas

2- Prince Abu Walid

3- Prince Abu Hamza Mazraa

4- Prince Abu Sadra

5- Prince Abu Omer (Haider Is­nad)

6- Prince Abu Qatada (Mo­hammed Mali)

7- Prince Hasan Ta­ma­rat

8- Prince Abu Fa­tima

9- Prince Ha­jji Fi­tar

10- Prince Abu Shaker 11- Prince Abu Zober (ex­pert at plant­ing bomb)

12- Prince Abu Khadija

13- Prince Mo­hammed ra­madi

14- Prince Ns­sar

15- Prince Abu Ghaza

16- Prince Abu Baker Jazrawi

17- Prince Abu Aye­sha

18- Prince Salem Abu Musaab

19- Prince Abu Ab­dul­lah

20- Prince Abu Salih

21- Prince Abu Malek

Ac­cord­ing to well-in­formed sources, there are lots of for­eign ter­ror­ists amongst the dead. Hun­dreds of in­jured were trans­ferred to hos­pi­tal in Mo­sul and Tal Afar too. “There are also dozen princes amongst the in­jured as well,” the state­ment con­cluded.

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