Top Al Qaeda Commander Killed by the Syrian Army Yesterday in Idlib

Al Qaeda Spokesperson in Idlib Among the Terrorists Killed Yesterday

The Syrian Arab Army killed a top Al Qaeda commander and their spokesperson in Syria the so-called Abu Khalid Shami in a targeted shelling of his vehicle yesterday morning in the southern countryside of Idlib.

Among those killed yesterday by the Syrian Army’s artillery shelling of terrorist groups in the town of Ablin in Idlib’s southern countryside was Abu Khalid Shami (aka Abu Khalid Jisreen) – both nicknames, he was the spokesperson of Al Qaeda Levant (more known as HTS and Nursra Front and Jabhat Nusra).

The terrorist was moving with a group of his friends near the town of Ablin in Idlib countryside when spotted by the Syrian Army’s observers and got a smart artillery shell while his car was moving.

Syrian Army on the ground and the Syrian and Russian fighter jets carried out a targeted intense bombing yesterday morning against fortifications and gatherings of Al Qaeda terrorists in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib, at least 10 terrorists were killed and a number of their quarters completely destroyed. This comes one day after a Russian soldier was killed and 3 others injured in the northeastern Syrian province of Hasakah, which in turn came two weeks after the Russian military police chased away US oil thieves in the same area.

More in this report: Al Qaeda Spokesperson in Idlib Among the Terrorists Killed Yesterday.

Your objective comments are always welcome.

Author: Arabi Souri

Syrian expat, publisher

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