Syrian Forces Kill Terrorist Commander in Aleppo
The Syrian Army conducted military operations in Aleppo province on Monday, and killed the commander of the Nour al-Din al-Zinki terrorist group.
Nasif Ismail, the commander of the Nour al-Din al-Zinki terrorist group, was killed in the Southern part of Aleppo as Syrian forces, backed by Russian warplanes, launched a large-scale ground offensive to wrest control of the militant-held territory.
Earlier, the Takfiri terrorist groups acknowledged on Monday the murder of 3 of their senior commanders in Syrian military operations in Aleppo province.
The terrorist organizations said on their social media pages that the military commander of Jaish al-Mujahideen, Sa’ad Ahmad Okab, the member of the so-called Council of Aleppo al-Hura province, Ahmad Kharfan and al-Nusra Front’s emir (ringleader) in al-Zirbeh, Khaled Attawi, were killed in the military operations.
The terrorist groups also posted the names of a number of their terrorists who were killed in clashes with the Syrian army.
Mohammad Rammah, Shahoud Majed Abdel-Aziz, Mustafa Rajab al-Badawi, Ahmad Mohammad Shibli, Mohammad al-Abboud and Hamed al-Sheikh Khalif were identified among the dead.