Top Daesh commander killed in Iran’s missile attack

Tasnim – A high-ranking Daesh commander was among the terrorists killed in Deir ez-Zor after Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) launched missiles at the Takfiri group’s headquarters in the eastern Syrian city.

According to local reports, missiles fired from Iran’s soil at Daesh (ISIL or ISIS) command centers in Deir ez-Zor killed the deputy ringleader of the Takfiri terrorist group late on Sunday.

Identified as Sa’ad al-Husseini, better known by the nom de guerre Abu Sa’ad, the Daesh commander was a Saudi national, the reports added.

Last night, six missiles were fired from the IRGC aerospace force’s bases in Iran’s western provinces of Kermanshah and Kurdistan.

The missile raid was in retaliation for a recent terrorist attack in Tehran claimed by Daesh.

Videos of the missiles being launched from Iran’s western province of Kermanshah show the roaring projectiles until the moment of impact.

During the operation codenamed ‘Laylat al-Qadr’, the IRGC fired six missiles, including Zolfaqar, a mid-range high-precision ballistic missile, at various targets in Deir ez-Zor within a range of 650 to 700 kilometers.