Senior Daesh Commander 'Abu Bakr Ramadi' Arrested in Iraq's Ramadi

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Iraq's security forces identified and arrested a senior ISIL (ISIS, Daesh) commander in the city of Ramadi as he was going to escape the Iraqi army's siege disguising as a civilian.

The senior ISIL leader, Mustafa Ahmad al-Murshed nicknamed Abu Bakr Ramadi was arrested by the Iraqi forces in Ramadi on Monday.

Ahmad al-Murshed played an important role in ISIL's attack on Ramadi and its occupation last year.

Ahmad al-Murshed was trying to escape the security forces' siege while disguising as an ordinary civilian.

In a relevant development on Sunday, the Iraqi army forces killed 60 ISIL terrorists and defused 56 bombs.

Airstrikes against the ISIL positions in al-Hamziya region in Ramadi killed 60 Takfiri terrorists, Ismail al-Mahlawi, the commander of al-Anbar operations, told al-Soumeriya news website on Sunday.

Also on Saturday, the Iraqi fighter jets bombarded the Takfiri terrorists' military positions in Anbar province, killing the ISIL's newly-appointed governor and his deputy.

ISIL Governor Wahib al-Bu Aber and his deputy Mohammed Talib were killed in the Iraqi airstrikes on a farm held by the notorious Iraqi terrorist Khaled al-Sadoun in Heet region of Anbar province.

At least 20 other ISIL terrorists were also killed in the Iraqi airstrikes.

Al-Anbar province is the scene of tough battle between the Iraqi army and the ISIL terrorists for several months.

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