BEIRUT (AP) — The U.S.-led coalition says it has hit a mosque utilized by the Islamic State group as a command and control middle in japanese Syria.
The coalition stated Tuesday it launched the strike in help of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, who’re preventing to drive the extremists from their last tiny stronghold close to the border with Iraq.
It stated the strike occurred Monday as IS was utilizing the mosque to direct attacks and employ suicide automotive bombs towards the SDF.
The coalition’s deputy commander, Maj. Gen. Christopher Ghika, was quoted within the statement as saying “this mosque misplaced its protected standing when ISIS intentionally selected to use it as a command and management middle.”
The SDF on Saturday launched its last push to clear the world after months of preventing.