After intense merciless strikes on militant positions in south Aleppo, a handful of extremely significant top-ranking commanders were neutralized marking one of the bloodiest days for an Islamist commander during the Syrian conflict.

  1. Libyan field commander in Jaish Al-Fateh Mohammad Al-Haj Abboud, dubbed Abu Ahmad Al-Libi by his peers.

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2. Commander of Liwaa Al-Islam (Islam Brigade), that is part of Ahrar Al-Sham, Abo Al-Hassan Al-Shami killed by an SAA artillery shell in south Aleppo.

Ahrar

3. Jaish Al-Islam’s military commander of the 8th Brigade Kamal Ahmad

Kamal

4. Jaish Al-Fateh commander Ahmad Al-Hayek killed by Syrian Army fire in Ramousah.

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5. Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (previously Al-Qaeda affiliated Jabhat Al-Nusra) commander Abdel Qader Na’asani also killed in south Aleppo.

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6. Emir of the Elite shock troops (inghimassiyeen) of the Al-Qaeda affiliated Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham called Abu Al-Muthanna by his peers- arguably the most significant one between the aforementioned commanders.

Abu Muthanna

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Ryan free the weed
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Ryan free the weed

great to see the Russians kickin a*s

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Amos Yee

They are happy now playing Pokemon Go!

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prince teutonic

Rest in s**t you shithadists!

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Let’s play a little song for ’em :
Norman Greenbaum : Spirit in the Sky :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aZsF7v0pNw
And another one for the road :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94wDvM1Izy4

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mvm199 .

Notice artillery shell deaths. Pitter pat airstrikes do f**k all.

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The term “merciless” is sensationalist, distracting, and redundant. Unless a clear act of mercy is involved, combat is, by default, merciless.