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ISIS leader blows himself up

US Syria Military Raid
This image from video provided by the Department of Defense and released on Feb. 3, 2022, shows the compound before a raid where Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi, leader of the Islamic State Group, died in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province. A U.S. official says that the militant leader, one of the world’s most wanted terrorists, exploded a bomb that killed himself and members of his family during the overnight raid by an elite U.S. military force. (Department of Defense via AP)

New information is being revealed about the death of a top ISIS leader.
The Pentagon says he was not killed by US Special Forces in a raid, rather he blew himself up during a U.S. raid in Syria.
The suicide-bomb blast also killed some of his family and an ISIS deputy, but ten innocent women and children were evacuated in time.
John Kirby told reporters that Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi blew himself up during the U.S. Special Forces operation in Syria.
Kirby noted there were no U.S. casualties. A malfunctioning U.S. helicopter had to be destroyed in the operation.
Kirby said the U.S. believes Qurayshi was responsible for the deaths of several “innocents” when he set off the explosive device that took his life.