BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:00 A.M.) – A 23-year-old citizen of Macedonia was killed while fighting with the jihadist forces in Syria, A1on TV reported on Monday.

The ethnic Albanian was identified as E. Iseni; he reportedly left his village of Arachinovo near Skopje for Syria in early 2014.

“A report about his death was received by his family this year. It is not specified under which jihadist banner he was fighting under,” the television channel reorted.

According to the law enforcement agencies of the republic, about 20 jihadists with Macedonian citizenship have died in the conflict zone in Syria and Iraq.

It is assumed that on the side of the jihadists since 2012, hundreds of natives of Albanian inhabited regions of northern and western Macedonia are at war.

Source: RIA

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You can call me AL
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You can call me AL

Ah well, moving on.

Dimitar M
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Dimitar M

Good, I hope they kill all those jihadi rats, if they don’t and they come back to Macedonia then I will myself, traitors. Go Bashar! The secular and Christian world is with you.

Konstantinos Panetsos
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Konstantinos Panetsos

1st of all there is no Macedonian nationality, secondly Macedonian is a greek race and finally he is a slav

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zzzzz

takr your meds. urgently.

Pascal Skouridis
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Pascal Skouridis

I am Macedonian but i am not Slav or Albanian. I’m Greek as my ancestor Alexander The Great

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Very good for Syria and even better for Macedonia.

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Eleftherios Venizelos

my friend he was an muslim albanian dreaming for a greater albania living currently in the fyrom who died in syria… do not insult us -the greeks – please…

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Anti-Turkish movement

When you say Macedonia you mean Greece? That is the Macedonia I know, come on Al masdar news, i thought you are serious web news chanel !