COALITION KILL KEY DAESH MEMBER AL-SUDANI AND AUSTRALIAN WIFE
WASHINGTON, - The US-led international coalition, has killed Daesh group members, Abu Saad Al-Sudani and his wife, Shadi Jabar Mohammad, in a Syria air strike, the Pentagon said on Thursday.
Al-Sudani, or Abu Isa Al-Amriki, is a Sudanese national, whose role was an external attack planner and recruiter.
He was killed in an air strike on Apr, 22, near the Aleppo city of Al-Bab, along with his Australian wife, who was also a recruiter for the group, Defence Department spokesman, Peter Cook, told a briefing.
"Al-Sudani was involved in planning attacks against the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Both Al-Sudani and his wife were active in recruiting foreign fighters, in efforts to inspire attacks against Western interests," said Cook.
The development removes influential Daesh recruiters and extremists, who actively "sought to harm Western interests and further disrupts and degrades Daesh's ability to plot external attacks," he added.
When asked whether the assumed plot against the US was on interests abroad or within the country, he refused to respond, saying, "I'm just not going to get into specifics about that."
Source: Name News Network