BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:40 P.M.) – The military commander for the Jaysh Al-Islam rebel faction was assassinated in the Dara’a Governorate, Friday, the group’s media wing reported.

According to Jaysh Al-Islam, the commander, Mazen Abu Wajdi, was traveling in his vehicle when a group of unknown assailants opened fire, killing him instantly.

Abu Wajdi was the commander of Jaysh Al-Islam’s 11th Brigade and deployed to the Dara’a Governorate before he was assassinated
on Friday.

No group has claimed responsibility for the assassination.

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Richard Morton
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Excellent news! This Salafist dawg will be welcomed to Hell. 😀

Malkiel
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Very well, go to hell.

Toka
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Well done! Bye bye Abu hajir!