Explosion kills ISIS’s Pak head Muhammad Sayeed


Peshawar: In a major setback to the global Jihadi terror outfit ISIS, its Pakistan chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed was killed while planting a roadside bomb in the country’s northwest region.

Saeed, accompanied by two others were killed on Thursday when the bomb they were planting exploded in an area of Tirah Valley in the Khyber region.

Saeed joined IS under Shahidullah Shahid’s leadership. In 2014, the IS high-command through a message declared Saeed as the IS chief for Pakistan.

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