Resident has revealed that an Islamic State (IS) terrorist commander in charge of training camps was killed during a tactical attack in Mosul today.
Member of Mosul Youth Residence Movement Mohammed al-Ba’aj confirmed the news and said that his group targeted Abu Doua Souri in eastern Mosul. He was responsible for IS training camps and car bomb factories. “We killed him during a tactical attack on 11th May,” al-Ba’aj said.
He continued, “We have successfully carried out attacks during the last month and killed a number of prominent IS members.”
The Mosul Youth Residence Movement has used disputes among IS insurgents about Abu Bakir al-Baghdadi’s successor and other internal issues to conducted operations against the jihadists in their northern Iraqi stronghold of Mosul.