Five Top Islamic State Commanders Captured

Five Top Islamic State Commanders Captured

Five Top Islamic State Commanders Captured

Just hours after a major diplomatic victory, President Trump tweeted that five ISIS leaders had been captured.

The American leader Donald trump said that he had been caught five most wanted leaders of terrorist group Islamic state. The paper reports that the operation began after Turkish authorities arrested a top aide to ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in February and extradited him to Iraq. Jamal was shown on Iraqi state television on Wednesday night, wearing a yellow prison uniform.

Baghdadi, who declared himself ruler of all Muslims in 2014 after capturing Iraq's main northern city Mosul, is now believed to be hiding in the Iraqi-Syrian border region after losing all the cities and towns of his self-proclaimed caliphate.

He was said to be responsible for fund transfers to the group's bank accounts in different countries.

2017 has seen an unprecedented 34 people die, and 218 people injured in three separate attacks by Islamist extremists on British soil.

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According to sources, Iraqi troops detained the top commanders of the terror group by luring them into crossing the Syrian border into Iraq as part of a US -led sting operation.

United States and Iraqi officials have spent week interrogating him and uncovering details of other ISIS leaders, the Straits Times reported.

We will remind that on may 6, military-air forces of Iraq attacked a position of the command of the ISIS terrorists in Syria.

The operation was carried out in coordination with American forces.

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