Senior Al-Qaeda-Affiliated Terrorist Commander Killed in Idlib
Sources affiliated to the terrorists reported on Thursday that the commander named Abu Osameh Khan al-Sobol was killed, while defusing a bomb planted in his car in the town of Ma’asaran in Southeastern Idlib.
Abu Osama was one of the main founders of al-Qaeda terrorist group in Syria who was earlier stationed in Iraq.
Other reports also said that Tahrir al-Sham (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) terrorists have detained a number of ISIL militants after clashes in the village of al-Kana’es in Southeastern Idlib.
Infighting and assassination operations have increased further in Northern Syria after the endorsement of the Sochi Agreement by Russia and Turkey that ruled for the establishment of a demilitarized zone in Idlib.
Two notorious commanders of Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at and National Liberation Front (NLF) were killed in a bomb and gun fire attacks by unidentified raiders in Southern Idlib last Saturday.
Abdulhamid al-Azo, a field commander of NLF, was killed in a bomb blast along a road connecting Dayer Sharqi to Ein Qari’a in Southern Idlib.
In the meantime, Abu Osama al-Terablosi, a notorious commander of Tahrir al-Sham, was gunned down by unknown raiders near the town of Ma’arat al-Nu’aman in Southern Idlib.
Meanwhile, a number of NLF fighters were killed or injured after a bomb went off near their base in the town of al-Artab in Western Aleppo.