Saturday, June 20, 2015

Ramadan Death Count Round Up (June 21, 2015)

(Iraq) 40 ISIS idiots were killed on Saturday in Iraq during airstrikes by the US led coalition and clashes with the Iraqi military. 12 were killed near the IS-held town of Garma, some 50 km west of Baghdad. 25 were killed in an operation near Tarmiyah area, some 40 km north of Baghdad and 3 were killed when their vehicle was taken out by Iraqi troops near Husaiba al-Sharqiyah.

The Iraqi Military reported Sunday that 7 soldiers where killed fighting ISIS 45 miles north of Tikrit in Baiji.

Elsewhere, a Kurdish Peshmarga commander was killed on Sunday while leading a team of specialists to defuse improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in rural Kirkuk province.

(Afghanistan) 19 members of the same family were killed when their minivan detonated a roadside bomb in the Marja district of Helmand province. Over the past 24 hours, the Afghan security forces have killed 57 terrorists, injured 23 others and defused 11 IEDs. No casualty figures for their own have been produced.

(Egypt) An argument that began over name calling between 2 different families on Facebook resulted in a shootout in a coffee shop, killing 2 and injuring 5 others in the northern city of Damietta.

(Libya) 11 terrorists were killed in the Eastern city of Derna during a battle between ISIS affiliated idiots and the Libyan army. 7 soldiers were wounded during the battle.

(Yemen) 15 people were killed during Saudi airstrikes Saturday.

(Somalia) Terrorist group Al-Shabab again continued its Ramadan offensive by trying to hit a training centre for the national intelligence agency. The only problem here was the hit team was exposed before they got there, and then, on having their suicide bummer utter 'Allah ackba' and go bang, they stormed a civilian house instead of their intended target. 3 idiots less on the planet.

(Syria) A suicide bomber targeted an office belonging to Kurdish fighters near Hadaya Hotel in the al-Qamishli district on Sunday, killing six and injuring 4 others.

Ramadan death toll is now at 558.