60 ISIL Commanders Killed in 6 Days of Syrian Army Attacks in Aleppo

60 ISIL Commanders Killed in 6 Days of Syrian Army Attacks in Aleppo
60 ISIL Commanders Killed in 6 Days of Syrian Army Attacks in Aleppo

In the Syrian army’s military operations in the last six days in the Southern parts of Aleppo province over 60 terrorist commanders have been killed.

A sum of 60 Jeish al Fatah terrorists, including ten notorious commanders, have been killed from August 14 to 20, several Arabic-language media reported.

Notorious commanders such as Abu Leith al Tunisi, commander of al-Qaeda-affiliated Ansar al Islam; Abu Mahmoud, military commander of al-Jabhat al-Shamia Front; Seifollah, chief commander of Ahrar al-Sham’s tank unit and Ahmad Amaya, commander of Ahrar al-Sham’s military training were among the terrorist commanders killed in the past six days, both the army and media reports said.

Earlier on Saturday, Jama’ah Ansar al-Islam confirmed that the terrorist group’s commander alongside his four comrades were killed in a joint offensive of the Syrian army troops and popular forces in the Southern districts of Aleppo city.

“Jama’ah Ansar al-Islam’s commander Abu Leith al-Tunisi was killed in attacks of the Syrian government forces near height of al Mahrouqat,” the group confirmed. READ MORE OF THIS REPORT

SOURCES: NewsNow/Alalam

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