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