ISIL’s Tajik Commander Killed in Aleppo
Anushravan Azimov, nome de guerre Anas, was killed in a Syrian army offensive near the city of Aleppo in Northern Syria today.
Azimov is known for persuading over 100 Tajik young people to joint the ISIL in Syria and Iraq.
In a relevant development earlier on Friday, the Syrian Army troops and popular forces, in a fresh round of joint offensives, left no safe place for the terrorists of al-Nusra and ISIL in the Western, Northern and Central parts of Aleppo province.
The pro-government forces stormed the positions of al-Nusra Front near the villages of al-Mansourah, Hazma and Kafr Hamra in the Western part of Aleppo province, which claimed the lives of tens of the terrorists.
Al-Nusra Front’s centers in al-Rashedeen neighborhood came under the heavy fire of the Syrian army.
The government force, meantime, hit the ISIL strongholds hard near the village of Fafin in the Northeastern part of the province, which ended in the destruction of the terrorists’ military hardware.