Leader Of Islamic State In Afghanistan Killed in Airstrike

The war against ISIS has taken dramatic strides since Donald Trump became president. Now we are fortunate to be in a much better position to fight with ISIS, because we are now having a POTUS who is on the right side, unlike Obama was.

On Saturday night, the head of Islamic State in Afghanistan, Abu Saad Erhabi alongside with ten other members of the militant group were killed in a strike on the group’s hideouts in Nangarhar province. Erhabi was the fourth ISIL leader killed in Afghanistan since the group emerged there in early 2015.

The National Directorate of Security said in a statement that they were also killed in a joint ground and air operation by Afghan and foreign forces,

The air attacks on a village in Khugyani district, near the border with Pakistan, also destroyed a large number of weapons, explosives, and ammunition, Afghan authorities said.

However, the exact number of ISIS fighters in Afghanistan is difficult to calculate because they frequently switch allegiances, even though the US military estimates that there are about 2,000.


Lieutenant-Colonel Martin O’Donnell, a spokesman for US forces in Afghanistan said they conducted an air raid in the location described by Afghan officials, which “targeted a senior leader of a designated terrorist organization”.

ISIS domination of the world must be stopped as soon as possible. Luckily for us, the things are going in a beautiful direction.

It is good to have President Trump in the White House because he already started the war against terror.

Keep up the good work!

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