Sources close to Al-Masdar News have identified 78 terrorists from the Al-Qaeda linked “Al-Nusra Front” that were killed over the last 3 days during the battle of northern Aleppo.

The identified terrorists from Syria (villages in the parenthesis are in Aleppo):

  1. Al-Sheikh Waleed Al-‘Arad (‘Azaz)
  2. Ahmad ‘Umar Halaaq (Tal Rifa’at)
  3. Aymen ‘Abdou Ka’ka (Tal Rifa’at)
  4. Hashem Hasinaatou (Hardatineen)
  5. Mustafa Afra’ (Hardatineen)
  6. ‘Abdel-‘Aleem Kouraj (‘Anadaan)
  7. Yaqoub Mohammad Qanti (Hardatineen)
  8. Ahmad Al-‘Ali (Hardatineen)
  9. Ahmad Suleiman (‘Anadaan)
  10. ‘Abdel-Razzaaq Razzouq (‘Anadaan)
  11. ‘Alaa Talha (‘Anadaan)
  12. Ahmad Mohammad Al-‘Adou Aleitou (Tal Rifa’at)
  13. Mohammad Barou (‘Azaz)
  14. ‘Ammar ‘Aadl Tamrou (Al-Baab)
  15. Bilaal Hamza Al-‘Uthman (Al-Baab)
  16. ‘Ammar Dariyah (‘Arayya)
  17. Khaled Ibrahim Tahaan (Ratyan)
  18. Nawaaf ‘Uthman Al-Sheikh (Ratyan)
  19. Moussa Dayyaab (Ratyan)
  20. Mohammad Ibrahim Tahaan (Ratyan)
  21. Ahmad ‘Aboud Tahaan (Ratyan)
  22. Qusay Mohammad Farouh (Mar’e)
  23. Mohammad Ahmad Nour Maseeni (Harbal)
  24. Mohammad Ibrahim Tabshou (Harbal)
  25. ‘Abdou Bashir Al-Ahmad (Musqaan)
  26. Usama Saleh Koussa (Musqaan)
  27. Ahmad ‘Umar Hassaani (Jibreen)
  28. Saleh Mohammad Al-Haadi Al-Hajji (Mar’e
  29. Ra’ed ‘Uthman Al-Sheikh (Ratyan)
  30. ‘Abdel-‘Aziz Mohammad Tayyat (Bayyanoun)
  31. ‘Umar ‘Abdel-Alaa’ Nadal Qar (Tal Rifa’at)
  32. Saamer Ahmad Hajj Qaddour (Tal Rifa’at)
  33. Ibrahim ‘Abdel-Fataah Hilaal (Tal Rifa’at)
  34. Toufeeq Mohammad Al-‘Abdou (Tal Rifa’at)
  35. Ahmad Rabiyya Raheb Shoubak (Hilaal Al-Sheikh)
  36. Qourah Saleh ‘Abdel-Kareem (‘Azaz)
  37. Ahmad Aqra’ (Hardatineen)
  38. Hassan Kayyaari (Hardatineen)
  39. “Abou Amaani” (Hardatineen)
  40. ‘Ali Hasinatou (Hardatineen)
  41. ‘Alaa Talha (‘Anjaarah)
  42. Mohammad ‘Atshaan (Thalajah)
  43. ‘Abdel-Hameed Mustafa ‘Atarou (Ratyan)
  44. Mohammad ‘Abdullah Ghayyaba
  45. Mar’e ‘Aadl Al-Nimmrou
  46. ‘Ammaar Ghabaash
  47. Mahmoud Qaassem Jawaad
  48. ‘Abdou Najdat ‘Abdel-Kareem
  49. ‘Adnaan Karaj
  50. Yaasser Falaaha
  51. Ahmad ‘Atta Hasinaatou
  52. Mohsen Hasinaatou
  53. ‘Umar Mohammad (Kafr Touna)
  54. Ahmad Mahmoud Shaqir
  55. Mohammad Mahmoud Shaqir
  56. Shahoud Ahmad Karamou ‘Abdel-Razzaaq
  57. Khaled Siharra
  58. ‘Ezzedeen Hijaazi
  59. ‘Umar ‘Aassi
  60. Ri’ad ‘Anoun
  61. Mateeh Al-Saleh
  62. Ibrahim Waleed Al-Halaaq
  63. Ahmad Al-‘Alabi Al-Alaami
  64. Mohammad ‘Alou ‘Ibn La’ad
  65. Mohammad Masri Ibn Daaham
  66. ‘Abdel-Qaader Na’na’a (“Abu Qeiss”)
  67. ‘Ammaar Na’na’a Ibn Hassan
  68. Mohammad Rabiyya Qaseer
  69. Faysal Baya’a
  70. Mohammad Na’afa’ Fastou
  71. Ibrahim Al-‘Alou (Al-Baab)
  72. Hussein Mahmoud Dayyab (Deir Hafer)
  73. Mohammadd Fahmi Qajji
  74. Hassan Sama’ou
  75. ‘Adnaan Hajj Ahmad
  76. Firaas Naashid
  77. Fou’ad ‘Issa
  78. Mohammad Khalif
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Inayat Hussain Turi
Inayat Hussain Turi
2015-02-21 09:28

keep it up. brave Syrian army

Martins Frank
Martins Frank
2015-02-22 03:41