BREAKING: Police KILL Family Of Muslim “WARLORD”- Here’s What We Know

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A former police force commander who defected to ISIS two years ago just got some seriously bad news- four of his relatives just got smoked by Tajik police during a raid on a house near the Afghan border.

Hell yeah!

The United States last August offered up to $3 million for information about Colonel Gulmurod Khalimov, who we actually trained in counter-terrorism before he joined ISIS.

Washington has described Khalimov as a warlord and a “a key leader” of ISIS, which has seized parts of Syria and Iraq and staged or inspired deadly terrorist attacks around the world, Reuters reports.

According to the security sources, police suspected that some of Khalimov’s relatives were also linked to the militant group and were about to cross the border into Afghanistan.

When police raided a house in the Ibrat village in southern Tajikistan late on Tuesday, the suspects resisted and wounded at least one policeman, the sources said. Police killed two of Khalimov’s brothers and two of his nephews, and detained several people.

Tajikistan’s interior ministry confirmed that one of its officers had received a knife wound, but had no further comments.

In April, Tajik security forces detained Khalimov’s eldest son, Bekhruz, 18, who they said had planned to join his father.

Thousands of people from the predominantly Muslim ex-Soviet region of Central Asia have joined Islamic State and several men have been detained this year over a bombing of the metro in Russia’s St Petersburg as well as a truck attack in Stockholm.

In case you didn’t know, Tajikistan is a mountainous, landlocked country in Central Asia with an estimated 8 to 10 million people, and an area of 55,300 sq mi. It is bordered by Afghanistan to the south, Uzbekistan to the west, Kyrgyzstan to the north, and China to the east. Pakistan lies to the south, separated by the narrow Wakhan Corridor.

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