The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria disclosed, through an article published Tuesday in the group’s weekly Al-Nabaa, the names of the suicide bombers who carried out string of deadly attacks in the coastal cities of Jableh and Tartous.

One of the five suicide bombers who blew themselves up in Jableh was a Lebanese national with the pseudonym of Suraqa Al-Lebnani .

More than 120 civilians, hundreds others wounded as a series of explosions rocked the two coastal cities on Tuesday morning. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack through its official Amaaq news agency.

The following are the names of the 10 ISIS suicide bombers as published by the group:

Tartus group :

Abu Abd Allah Al-Tartusi  (Tartus)

Abu Julaybib Talkalakh al-homsi   (homs)

Abu Omar al-Muhajer (foreign no details about his nationality )

Abu Othman al-Darawi (Deraa)

Jarrah al-Baniyasi (Baniyas)

 

Jableh group :

Abu Tammam al-Sahli (Syrian Coast)

Abu Malek al-Jablawi (Jableh)

Abu Yazeed al-Lazqani (Latakia)

Abu Ayman Al-Shami (Damascus)

Suraqa Al-Lebnani  (Lebanon)

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brian g
brian g
2016-05-25 14:40

‘identities’ dont tell us why they killed innocent people

brian g
brian g
2016-05-25 14:40

so locals decided to massacre men women & children..civilians? to achieve what objective?

brian g
brian g
2016-05-25 14:38

so alar syrian and locals? bar one lebanese? not suren i believe that, any confirmation of identities?

kurton
kurton
2016-05-25 17:15

o*g; they are 90% locals. Hard to believe; I mean, what better way to underline the failure of Syrian intelligence than by saying ALL attackers were from these towns. It could be a tactic to enhance fear. If true, and they may have just announced bogus names, this could be a significant failure of Syrian intelligence. I mean, ALL of them are from the area of two towns. Unless Damascus investigates their families, and so under a polygraph, they will have wasted a huge opportunity. For all we know, there is a another attack in the works, and these families… Read more »