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US Helicopter Military Raid In Syria, Captures Wanted ISIS Terrorist

UH 60 Black Hawk helicopters from 5th Battalion 101st Combat Aviation Brigade

An ISIS official named Batar was taken prisoner by the US military on Saturday during a helicopter strike in eastern Syria.

According to a statement made public by the US Central Command, the terrorist who was apprehended was involved in plotting assaults on detention facilities protected by the SDF and making improvised explosive devices.

In the early hours of February 18, US Central Command forces and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) conducted a helicopter raid in eastern Syria. Batar, an official of ISIS’s Syria Province who was planning attacks on SDF-guarded detention facilities and producing improvised explosive devices, was captured.

“This operation was carefully planned to guarantee that it was carried out as intended. No civilians, SDF members, or American military personnel were killed or hurt.

In a same vein, the troop on Saturday night launched a rocket strike against Coalition Troops at Green Village in northeast Syria.

The US soldier claimed there were no deaths during the attack in a statement headlined “Rocket attack hits Green Village.”

According to the statement, two rockets landed nearby Coalition Forces in Green Village in northeastern Syria on February 18 at 8:28 p.m. local time.

“No American nor Coalition forces were killed or injured, and neither Coalition facilities nor equipment were harmed.

“American soldiers are looking into this incident in northeastern Syria. At this moment, there are no accusations of responsibility.

In a related development, in January, a U.S. military operation in northern Somalia resulted in the deaths of Bilal al-Sudani, a top leader of the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS) in Somalia, as well as 10 other ISIS members.”

It was discovered that the American Special Operations Forces conducted the military attack on a complex of caves in northern Somalia.




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