Two Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) field commanders were killed at Sakr Island earlier today, when the Syrian Arab Army’s 104th Airborne Brigade of the Republican Guard attacked an ISIS command-and-control center, destroying the base’s fortifications and killing the militants inside. Among the dead ISIS militants was the field commander, William Hassmou Kaleenak – his British passport was discovered among his possessions. His companion and ISIS field commander, Ahmad Bakeer, was also among the dead ISIS militants at Sakr Island.

The identified ISIS militants killed at Sakr Island:

1. Taamer ‘Abid
2. Khaled Haassoud
3. Massa’ad ‘Abdel-Razzouq
4. Fatih Talal
5. ‘Abbas Ahmad (Egyptian)
6. Nadim ‘Awad
7. Hamza Hammoud
8. Iyad Halaat
9. Qasi Al-Khayr
10. Kamal ‘Abdel-Fataah
11. Sayyid Al-‘Umar
12. Ghaleb Ahmad
13. ‘Ibrahim Hayawi
14. ‘Alaa-aldeen Moussa

Yesterday, ISIS executed 7 civilians that were taken prisoner at a local monastery in the Abukamal District, claiming that the executed were members of an opposing group. The prisoners were all unarmed males in their early 20’s, who were arrested in their homes for suspicion of carrying weapons provided by local militias fighting against ISIS. The prisoners were tried by an ISIS created “Shariah Court” and sentenced to death for the act of “treason against the Islamic State”.

The 7 civilians executed by ISIS at Abukamal:

1. Khayrallah Al-Ashha’ab
2. Marwan Ahmad Al-Asha’ab
3. Mohammad Qadassi Al-Asha’ab
4. Bassam Al-Bahar
5. Mohammad Al-Bahar
6. Ibrahim Al-Rajeeb
7. Saamer Al-Mahaawi

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Ismael Ábrego
Ismael Ábrego
2014-11-07 00:13

That´s funny, someone with that name and those ideas won´t be never british although he has a passport that says so.