HELL YEAH! CIA-OPS Just KILLED Top ISIS Leader

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

PAKISTAN — A Top Islamic State (Daesh) leader was among four Islamic terrorists killed in a CIA-operated drone strike in South Waziristan Agency, which borders Afghanistan.

The drone fired two missiles at a vehicle carrying commander Pir Agha of the Islamic State group and his three aides in Marghalan village, killing all of them on the spot.

On May 24, the US killed “Abdullah,” who was identified by the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan as “a great master in electronics.” Abdullah was associated with Akhtar Muhammad Khalil, the Taliban’s emir for North Waziristan.

On March 2, US drones reportedly killed two jihadists as they rode on a motorcycle in the tribal agency of Kurram. An Afghan Taliban commander known as Qari Abdullah Subari is believed to have been killed in the strike.

And on Apr. 29, US drones reportedly killed al Qaeda commander Abdul Raheem.

Drone strikes in Pakistan have tapered off significantly since the peak of operations against al Qaeda’s leadership and allied jihadist groups in 2010, when 117 strikes were recorded. In 2015, the US launched just 11 attacks. In 2016, there were only three more, including the one targeting Mansour in May 2016.

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