France steps up, kills ISIS leader behind deaths of U.S. soldiers

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WASHINGTON, DC – As America’s foreign policy and influence dwindle under the direction of President Joe Biden and his cadre of progressive military leaders, France has announced it launched an attack, killing a key ISIS leader.

Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi was the leader of the ISIS terror network in the Greater Sahara region. He was responsible for the 2017 attack in Niger that killed four U.S. soldiers and is believed to be holding American Jeffrey Woodke hostage.

Yesterday, France announced it had killed “enemy no. 1” in a strike in response to a 2017 attack where al-Sahrawi ordered the killing of six French nationals in Nigeria.

The operation, Frace says took place several weeks ago in the area near the Mali and Niger border.