ISIL Gives Last Ultimatum to Rival Terrorists in Southern Damascus
ISIL has given three days to the Al-Nusra to surrender after the latter came under ISIL’s siege in al-Rijeh square and some of the nearby buildings in Yarmouk Palestinian Refugee Camp in the Southern countryside of Damascus city.
Tens of Al-Nusra members, including several commanders, have been killed or wounded in clashes with the ISIL at Yarmouk camp.
A number of senior Al-Nusra commanders, including Abu Talib Yadawi, Emir of Region 15th Abu Fariq and notorious sniper Abu Zobayr are among the commanders killed in clashes by the ISIL.
An Arab media source reported on Sunday that Abu Talib al-Yadawi, a senior commander of Al-Nusra Front, was killed in clashes with ISIL terrorists in Yarmouk Palestinian Refugee Camp in the Southern countryside of Damascus city.
The Arabic-language al-Watan daily reported that ISIL imposed full control over Mashrou’a al-Wasim region in Yarmouk camp after heavy fighting with Al-Nusra.
The daily added that a number of members of both warring sides, including Al-Nusra Emir Abu Talib al-Yadawi, were killed in the clashes.
ISIL is in control of 70 percent of the camp, the Al-Nusra controls 25 percent of the camp and the remaining part in under the control of Palestinian Resistance Forces, al-Watan said, adding that 2,000 ISIL terrorists and 170 gunmen of Al-Nusra are stationed in the camp.