A Syria-based Isis leader with links to one of the miltants involved in last month’s Paris attacks has been killed in a US-led airstrike, a spokesman for the international coalition fighting the Islamist group said on Tuesday.
The dead man was named as Charaffe al-Mouadan, who the US said was linked to Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged leader of the Paris attack cell.
这名丧生的男子名叫沙拉非穆瓦丹(Charaffe al-Mouadan)，美方表示他与巴黎袭击小组据称的头目阿卜杜勒哈米德阿巴伍德(Abdelhamid Abaaoud)有关。
Mouadan was killed on December 24 and had been planning attacks against the west, said Colonel Steve Warren, a spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve, the US military operation against Isis. He was among 10 Isis leaders killed in airstrikes over the past month.
内在决心行动(Operation Inherent Resolve)发言人史蒂夫茠伦上校(Colonel Steve Warren)表示，穆瓦丹于12月24日被打死，此前他在策划针对西方的袭击。内在决心行动是美国针对ISIS的军事行动。穆瓦丹是过去一个月内在空袭中丧生的10名ISIS头目之一。
“We will hunt [Isis] leaders working to inspire attacks against US and our allies,” Col Warren said on his Twitter feed.
Among the other Isis members killed in airstrikes was Abdel Kader Hakim, a veteran fighter and forgery specialist who also had links to the Paris attack network, the US said.
美方表示，其他在空袭中丧生的ISIS成员包括阿卜杜勒愠迪尔哈基姆(Abdel Kader Hakim)，他是一名老资格作战人员和伪造专家，也与巴黎袭击的组织网络有关。
In a briefing, Colonel Warren said: “We are striking at the head of this snake. We haven’t severed the head of this snake yet and it still has got fangs - we have to be clear about that. There is much more fighting to do.”