Military commander of the FSA-affiliated Brigade 111, 1st Lieutenant Hussein Qintar, was assassinated by unidentified gunmen in the northern city of Aleppo.

Qintar, who left the “Aleppo Fateh Operating Room” in Anadan to the north of Aleppo late on Sunday night, was mysteriously kidnapped. His body was then found on a side road.

“Aleppo Fateh Operating Room” is a coalition of several rebel factions formed on April with the aim to take over the city of Aleppo and its countryside.

According to the spokesman of Anadan Civil Defense, the body was found with heavy bruises on the face, a bullet in the head and $3000 cash.

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Some relief…one less terrorist on the loose to be blowing up car bombs in front of children’s schools, IED roadside explosive devices, or sending rockets into civilian neighborhoods.