BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:25 P.M.) – A high ranking jihadist rebel commander was killed recently in the northeastern countryside of Hama after a large advance by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) inflicted heavy casualties on the Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham terrorist group.

According to HTS’ official media wing, the leader of the Movement of Mujahiddeen of the Sunnis of Iran, Abu Bakr Tuhaidi, was killed during clashes with the Syrian Army in northeastern Hama this week.

The aforementioned terrorist was killed alongside two top deputies that were identified as Abu Safiya from Belarus and Abu Mohammad Imami of Iran.

With HTS losing a lot of ground and fighters to the Syrian Army, the terrorist group has called for a full mobilization of troops in the area, including the Turkestan Islamic Party (TIP).

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