The US-led military coalition in Iraq has destroyed three camps associated with the Islamic State. The Joint Task Force has taken action against the Islamic State under Operation Inherent Resolution (CJTF-OIR). A press release on Saturday evening stated that the coalition forces, in coordination with the Iraqi government, destroyed three ISI camps in Wadi al-Shai, Iraq.
In his statement, military coalition spokesman Colonel Miles B. Cagins III said that the purpose of this airstrike is to ensure the security of Iraq. The mission of the airstrike is the security of Iraq. He said that the basic objective of ending the ISI bases is to ensure the security of Iraqi cities and villages. The spokesperson further said that every attack by the coalition forces is carried out at the Iraqi request. On Thursday, the Chief of the Central Command, General Kenneth McKenzie, said that the Iraqi citizen does not want the withdrawal of the US military from the country. In January, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the deputy commander of an Iraqi Shia militia group, was killed in an American drone strike near Baghdad International Airport. After this, the debate over the deployment of foreign troops in Iraq has intensified.
This organization was formed in April 2013 under the name ISIS. Ibrahim Awwad al-Badri alias Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as its chief. Initially, this organization had the support of al Qaeda. But al Qaeda later broke away from it. It is believed that it is the richest terrorist organization in the world. On June 2014, it declared its head as the Khalifa of all Muslims in the world. Its declared goal is to take the areas of majority of the world's Muslim population directly under its political control. Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Kuwait, Iraq and parts of southern Turkey.