An Islamic state leader who is bound to accommodate US helper Peter Kassig has been killed in a war crash, said the US military on Monday.
The US-led coalition Sunday aimed at Abu Al-Umarayn and several other ISIS members with the strike in a deserted area in southeastern Syria, said coal. Sean Ryan.
The ISIS commander posed an “immediate threat” to the coalition forces in the area and was “involved in the killing” of the 26-year-old Kassig
Umarayn is the first ISIS member publicly identified as involved in the practice of Kassig, but it is unclear exactly what role he played.
19659002] Kassig, a former US Army Rangers medic from Indianapolis, worked as a humanitarian worker and was abducted by ISIS 201
3 when he delivered food to refugees in eastern Syria.
Formerly a Methodist, he transformed into Islam while in captivity, and called his name to Abdul-Rahman Kassig. His family told her safe return in a video budget to ISIS.
On November 16, 2014, ISIS published a video showing bloodthirsty captivating “Jihadi John” standing over a secluded head and the White House confirmed that Kassig had been killed.
“Jihadi John, whose real name was Mohammed Emwazi, was killed in a US-led coalition flight in November 2015.