Damascus, Syria (8:30 A.M.) – The top emir for the so-called “Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) in southern Damascus, ‘Abdullah Tayarah (AKA “Abu Sayah Farrameh”), was sacked by the terrorist group’s high command earlier this week.

Citing his failure to defeat Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (formerly Nusra Front) in the Yarmouk Camp District, the Islamic State’s leader decided to replace Tayarah with another field commander from the Golan Heights: “Abu Hisham Al-Khabouri.”

Tayarah reportedly enraged the Islamic State high command after failing to capture the Yarmouk Camp, despite the fact his forces had a significant advantage in manpower and weaponry.

The southern Damascus front has been relatively quiet as of late, thanks in large part to the ceasefire agreement that was accepted by all the parties in this area.

 

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