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Friday, March 25, 2016

Evil ISIS chief finance guy dead - another head of snake dismembered

ISIS may go bankrupt soon but, maybe, not soon enough. Chief finance guy was reported killed, leaving one less head of the serpent to dismember. It's another successful move towards destroying the illegal Islamic Caliphate.  (In fact, there's no "Islamic State" it's a diabolical myth created by the terrorists.)
Hopefully, evil ISIS will soon collapse for lack of leadership, because they'll all be dead.

But, that's what the extremists call themselves.

Now, an Islamic State leader who was described as the militant group's finance minister is dead, killed, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Friday.
Slicing off the heads of the Islamic State terrorism

"We are systematically eliminating ISIL's cabinet," Carter said. "Indeed, the U.S. military killed several key ISIL terrorists this week, including, we believe, Hajji Iman, who was an ISIL leader — senior leader — serving as a finance minister and who was also responsible for some external affairs and plots."

Carter made the announcement with Joint Chiefs Chairman Marine Gen. Joe Dunford, at a news conference on Friday morning at the Pentagon.

"The removal of this ISIL leader will hamper the organization's ability to conduct operations both inside and outside of Iraq and Syria," Carter said.

The militant was also known as Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli.

This is how the State Department described Hajji Iman in 2015 when seeking information in exchange for a reward:

"Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli is a senior ISIL official who rejoined ISIL following his release from prison in early 2012. He traveled to Syria where he has worked with an ISIL network. He originally joined al-Qaida in Iraq (AQI) in 2004 and served as AQI leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's deputy and as AQI emir of Mosul, Iraq."

Iman is the latest senior Islamic State leader to be killed. As The Associated Press reports, "earlier this month the Pentagon said it killed Omar al-Shishani, described as the Islamic State's 'minister of war' in an airstrike in Syria. In November, the Pentagon said an airstrike in Libya killed Abu Nabil, another top IS leader."

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