Omaru Mobo Moti has been described as the leader of the Network of Advanced Explosive Device (IED) installers. “Neutralized“In the Hompori area during the Bergen operation”In integrationWith Malian and American forces.
The French anti-jihadi force in Sேo Kello announced Friday that it had killed a man in Mali, near the border with Burkina Faso.ImportantWithin a jihadist group that specializes in placing artisan mines. Omaru Mobo Moti, described as the leader of the Network of Advanced Explosive Device (IED) installers, “Neutralized“In the Hompori area during the Bergen operation”In integrationWith Malian and U.S. forces, Bergen said, using the commonly used verb to mean the death of the target.
The U.S. military provides logistics and intelligence support to French forces in Sahal. Omaro Mobo Moti “Ansarul was an important group leader within Islam. He was directly subordinate to the group’s Emirate Jaber Diko, who operated in the RN16 (National Highway 16) area between Kochi and Kao and oversaw the installation of IEDs in particular.Bargon said. Craft mines are a weapon for jihadists in the region. This “Respected Team Leader“Can”Take the command of a hundred men from time to time to carry out large-scale attacks, Just look at a dit.
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Ansarol Islam was created in 2016 by the Burkina Faso pastor Ibrahim Malam Diko on the Burkina Faso side of the Mali-Burkina border. The group, originally based in northern Burkina Faso, is affiliated with the al-Qaeda nebula in Sahel and affiliated with Amado Kufa, which operates in central Mali. He was responsible for several attacks in northern Burkina Faso during his early years of operations.
After the death of Ibrahim Malam Diko, the number of activities claimed by Ansarol Islam was greatly reduced, and his brother Jaber Diko was appointed in his place. Experts in the Sahelian conflict say its members have joined other jihadist groups in the region, and this information has not been confirmed on the ground. The center of Mali is one of the main centers of the Sahelian conflict. Jihadists have been blamed and 16 Malian soldiers were killed on Wednesday.