DAMASCUS, SYRIA (4:00 P.M.) – A war of liquidation continues to rip through the jihadi-controlled Idlib province as rival rebel groups exchange accusations.

Abu Bakr al-Masri (aka al-Hajjaj); an Egyptian national who serves as a top military commander in Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham, was killed when undefined gunmen opened fire at his vehicle on Saraqib-Idlib highway, south Idlib countryside.

Meanwhile, another Nusra-linked field commander called Abu Islam al-Uzbaki (of Uzbek nationality) was assassinated by the same way while traveling on Yakoubyah road of Jisr al-Shughur countrywide.

Idlib is caught in an endless bloodbath whereby assassinations, roadside bombs and infighting kills and injures scores on a daily basis.

This comes amid reports that the Syrian Army is mulling a full-scale offensive to reclaim the southwestern province of Idlib after concluding southwest Syria attack.

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zio terrorists are total losers – expected outcome – do bad things receive bad tidings

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That’s probably why both Iran and Turkey are on the brink of economical collapse…

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No it is because they do not bow to the US dollar.

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Abdallah Sheikh

Back to your shelter. I heard that a 600$ drone is flying over Golan

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Matija Tomac

“ISIS used US, French-made equipment in east Syria – SANA”

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Nestor Arapa

Parece que Al-Qaeda pierde mas comandantes.

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The sooner they’ll even up the scores on other terrorist groups, the better 🙂