BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:20 P.M.) – An important Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) figure was killed during the heavy U.S. bombardment last night.

The Islamic State commander Jamal Khaled Masoulkh (AKA “Abu Khaled Al-Ansari”) was killed at the Baghouz Camp last night when the U.S. Coalition unleashed a massive assault on the terrorist group’s Euphrates bastion.

According to reports, Masoulkh was the deputy commander of the Islamic State in Al-Raqqa before he moved to eastern Syria.

Once he moved to the Deir Ezzor Governorate, Masoulkh took command of the Islamic State forces along the eastern bank of the Euphrates River.

The U.S. attack on the Baghouz Camp caught the attention of several observers last night, as the heavy bombs caused massive explosions that were recorded by nearby photojournalists.

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Just another case of friendly fire ;}

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Still a few to go, at least in Baghouz, nevertheless, now Abu Khaled Al-Ansari is good, since a good ISIS is a dead ISIS.

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Usa created them

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The US is the largest commercial for ISIS. When the US becomes insolvent, all Wahhabis will disappear.

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I might agree, but most the time your on the other side, so you still get a thumbs down.

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So true Bi polar isis bitches m..kill me all.lamerican created getting boring

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

How many key ISIS figures are there in SYRIA ? a thousand ?