Mutaz Numan Abd Nayif Najm al-Jaburi, believed to be one of the top three leaders of ISIS, was killed in a coalition airstrike on May 26 2020 in Syria’s Deir al-Zour province. Operation Inherent Resolve had no comment on the strike that killed Jaburi, aka Hajji Taysir, who merited a $5 million bounty.
Designation of Hajji Taysir as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist
A Notice by the State Department on 09/19/2019
The person known as Hajji Taysir, also known as Mu’taz Numan `Abd Nayf al-Jaburi, also known as Mutazz Numan Abid Nayif al-Jaburi, also known as Mutaaz Numan `Abd Naif, also known as Mutaz Nuaman Abed Nayif, is a foreign person who is a leader of an entity whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to a determination by the Secretary of State pursuant to Executive Order 13224.
[April 8 2020 Abu Ghraib, K-1, Al-Qaim , Qayyarah , Al-Sqoor, and Al-Taqaddum ]
The US-led international coalition tasked with fighting Daesh April 6 2020 withdrew from the Abu Ghraib base, west of the capital Baghdad. Over the past three weeks, the international coalition forces have withdrawn from the K-1 base in Kirkuk, Al-Qaim near the Syrian border, Qayyarah in western Iraq, Al-Sqoor base inside Nineveh operation command in Mosul, and Al-Taqaddum Air Base in Anbar province.
On 25 March, France decided to withdraw its troops from Iraq following the outbreak of the coronavirus.