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ISIS commander killed in Afghanistan

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??????????????????????????????????????????The Ministry of Defense of Afghanistan says that Afghan National Security Forces have killed an Islamic State commander in southern Afghanistan.

According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Defense Hafiz Wahidi was killed along with nine of his companions during an operation conducted in restive Helmand province.

According to the statement Hafiz Wahidi was the replacement for his uncle Mullah Abdul Rawouf, the previous Islamic State commander who was killed last month.

Mullah Abdul Rawouf Khadim was a previous commander of Taliban who had recently joined the ranks of the Islamic State for Afghanistan.

He was also a recruiter of the fighters for the Islamic States. Afghan National Security Forces were in the hunt for Mullah Abdul Rawouf who was finaly killed along with five of his companions in the Kajaki District of Helmand province.

After a group of Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) senior commanders announced their allegiance with the Islamic State, they named this region as Khurasaan and announced their commanders for parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Their commanders and members in Afghanistan are reportedly the ex-members of the Taliban insurgents.

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