A key ISIL member involved in the terrorist bombings which rocked Beirut’s southern suburb (Dahiyeh) earlier this month was killed in a qualitative operation by the Syrian army and Hezbollah in Syria.
Field sources in Syria told al-Manar that Abdussalam Abdurrazzaq al-Hindawi, nicknamed as “Abu Abdo” was killed in an ambush by the Syrian army and the Lebanese resistance movement in one of areas controlled by the Takfiri group in Homs countryside.
The sources said that al-Hindawi was tasked with transferring the suicide bombers from ISIL’s stronghold of Raqqa in Syria to Lebanon.
Burj al-Barajneh neighborhood in Dahiyeh was rocked by terrorist bombings in November 12. 44 people were martyred in the blast and more than 200 others were injured. It was claimed by ISIL (so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Levant).