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11 May 2018, 01:05 | Myrtle Vega
Trump announces capture of 'most wanted' ISIS terrorists who were lured from Syria to Iraq with mobile phone app – including top aide to 'caliphate' leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Ryan Dillon tweeted on Thursday that Iraq captured five key ISIS leaders as part of Operation Roundup.
Ismail al-Eithawai, who was responsible for transferring funds into Islamic State bank accounts in different nations, was captured by Turkish authorities in February and was later handed over to Iraqi leaders.
President Donald Trump on Thursday hailed the fact that five of the "most wanted" Islamic State leaders have been captured recently, including Abu Zeid al-Iraqi, one of the main collaborators of the organisation's chief, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Adrian J.T. Rankine-Galloway, said the USA credited Iraqi security forces with the militants' capture "on the Iraq-Syria border".
The ISIS leaders are said to have featured in a series of sick execution videos, filmed when the extremist group controlled large swathes of Iraq.
Iraqi agents used the Telegram messaging app on Eithawi's mobile phone to lure other Islamic State commanders to cross the border from Syria into Iraq, where they were captured, Hashimi said.
The U.S. -led coalition supported Iraqi ground forces and Syrian fighters known as the Syrian Democratic Forces in the more than three-year war against IS.
A USA national security official said there were no indications that the operation had captured Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS who has always been the coalition's top target. An official said of al-Baghdadi: "His movements are discreet and he never travels in a convoy".
He thought to be hiding in eastern Syria and surrounded by only a small group of trusted followers, an Iraqi intelligence official said.
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