Fadel Abdullah al-Hiyali, aka Abu Muslim al-Turkmani who U.S. officials say was killed in recent anti-ISIS air strikes, was reportedly a former Iraqi officer under Saddam Hussein and had served time in a U.S.-run prison before becoming “the right hand man” of Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, the militant group’s leader.
Abu Muslim al-Turkmani: From Iraqi officer to slain ISIS deputy
This photo collage shows a picture of Abu Muslim al-Turkmani, who was a key ISIS leader in the militant group. (Courtesy: AP/wikipedia)
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