Abu Abdullah was responsible for leaving a string of bombs in recent months (similar to this)
The terrorist nicknamed 'Abu Abdullah,' was attempting to cause maximum carnage on Tuesday by planting the bomb in the town of Shirqat, Iraq.
But he was killed when his plan backfired, killing him, and a fellow terrorist, in the explosion.
Abdullah was responsible for leaving a string of bombs in recent months.
Abu Abdullah, was attempting to cause maximum carnage on Tuesday by planting a bomb
He belonged to a group of elite extremists who had prided themselves on their bomb-making skills.
However, his bungling attempt to kill, was not the first time that an ISIS bomb expert has blown himself up by accident.
Iraqi government forces are fighting back against ISIS in Mosul
A Taliban bomb maker accidentally killed himself and his four sons last month in northern Afghanistan.
The man, Kamal Khan, a Taliban commander, died while making explosive devices at home.
The homemade bombs made by fanatics can prove to be fatal.
The UN suggests that 2,562 civilians were killed and 5,835 people were wounded in Afghanistan in the first nine months of 2016 alone.
Abdullah belonged to a group of extremists who had prided themselves on their bomb-making skills
ISIS is facing an increasingly difficult time as it continues to wage war on people in towns and cities in Iraq.
Iraqi government forces along with a U.S. led military coalition are staging a fight back.
Iraqi forces have managed to take back cities like Mosul from the grip of ISIS – which captured it in 2014 – weakening the terror group's hold.
Ancient sites destroyed by ISIS
Thu, December 8, 2016
Daesh terrorists have blown up historical cultural heritage sites in the Middle East. These pictures show the ancient sites in all their glory before they were destroyed by ISIS.
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The giant Buddha statues, which were destroyed by the Taliban in 2001 in Bamiyan province
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