Several Senior ISIL Leaders Killed in Syrian Airstrikes over Raqqa
A source on the ground said ISIL’s top judge, Fawaz Muhammed al-Muhsin al-Kurdi (also known as Abu Ali al-Shar’ei) was killed when the Syrian Air force fighter jets bombed ISIL structures in Firdows district in the city of Raqqa.
The reports also informed of the death of ISIL’s self-proclaimed Raqqa governor, Abu Luqman, alongside his uncle, Ibrahim al-Shawwakh who was deemed as one of most senior ISIL leaders, in a high-precision airstrike over al-Sahl district of Raqqa.
The reports come as military sources said tens of terrorists are fleeing the battlefields Eastward from Palmyra toward ISIL’s stronghold city of Raqqa as Syrian army troops alongside popular forces continue to smash the terrorists in the Eastern parts of Homs province.
The news about the death of ISIL leader was released as the Syrian army and popular forces are making significant advances in Eastern Syria.