Nightingale Of Daesh Killed In Air Strike In Tal Afar

BAGHDAD - The website of the popular mobilization announced the killing of what is known as / Sham Nightingale / of Daesh in air strike in Tal Afar, west of Mosul.

The website of the popular mobilization reported that "Abu Talha al-Shami, one of the most prominent singers of Daesh, was killed by an air strike targeted a hideout to Daesh in the eastern suburbs of Tal Afar, west of Mosul,"

The report added that "Shami is one of the most popular voices, and he has recorded several songs to praise the organization, and some are call him "Sham Nightingale" and he is a young man in his early thirties from al-Hasakah in Syria "

The report explained that "many of Daesh militants were killed and wounded in the strike."

Source: National Iraqi News Agency