British jihadi suicide attack on Iraqi military convoy

NAWRAS AAMER

A picture made available on 19 March 2016, shows Iraqi military vehicles and troops advancing towards the centre of Al Muhammadi district, west of Ramadi city, western Iraq, 18 March 2016. Iraqi forces said on 09 February 2016, they had recaptured the Al Muhammadi zone near Heet city, west of Ramadi city although some fighting continues near Kubaisa city near the Iraqi borders with Jordan. The Iraqi government announced the 'liberation' of Ramadi from Islamic State, marking the first major setback for the al-Qaeda breakaway group since April 2015.

British jihadi suicide attack on Iraqi military convoy


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The picture of a British citizen has been posted on line, celebrating a successful suicide attack against an Iraqi military convoy in Anbar, Iraq.

The militant nicknamed “Abu Musa Al-Britani” drove a car with explosives killing 30 to 50 troops.

The suicide bomber was a second generation migrant, of half Yemeni, half Somali origin. He has never lived in Somalia. This is the third known case of a British citizen that volunteers in a suicide attack in the Ramadi area fighting for ISIS.

This was the second successful suicide attack of its kind in a single day in the Ramadi area.

Three other foreign fighters – a French, a Turk, and a Jordanian – were among a group of five suicide bombers who attacked another military convoy in Albu Obaid, the western Al-Anbar region on Monday morning, killing three Iraqi soldiers and wounding four.

(BBC, The Daily Telegraph)

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