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ISIS Leader Abu Ghisn Al Albani Killed in Deir Ez Zour

Syrian Woman Kills 2 ISIS Leaders as Syrian Forces Continue to Make New Gains

– SANA – – translated by Samer Hussein –

Units of the Syrian Army carried out series of new operations Saturday against ISIS terrorists in the provinces of Homs, Hama and Deir Ez Zour.
According to the field reports, scores of the terrorists were killed by the Syrian Air Force once their positions got pounded in Aqerbat, Souha, Jrouh, Qastal Shamali and Qleib Al Thawr, located in the countryside of Hama province.
Two vehicles, equipped with heavy machine-guns, were also destroyed.
Meanwhile, units of the Syrian Army regained control over Tal Oum Khasm and Al Qleilat Mountain, located near the town of Al Sukhneh in the eastern countryside of Homs province, following intense clashes with ISIS terrorists.
In the eastern province of Deir Ez Zour, Syrian forces once again clashed with ISIS terrorists in the surrounding areas of Al Panorama, Deir Ez Zour Airport, and Syrian Army Regiment 137, annihilating a large number of ISIS terrorists, among them Muawiya Al Faraj, an ISIS emir of Muhassan city.
In addition, local sources from the western countryside of Deir Ez Zour province reported that all members of the so-called “ISIS Security Office” in the village of Al Hussenieh, were killed, including the top-ranking terrorists Abu Abdullah Al Tunisi, Abu Al Hareth Shakra, and Abu Al Mutasim Al Diri, after their bodies were found near Al Waha resort.
The sources added that three foreign-born ISIS terrorists were also killed in the vicinity of Al Boleil village, including Abu Ghisn Al Albani, an ISIS leader in charge of armament in the eastern countryside of  province, noting that the two ISIS leaders were killed by a female resident in the village of Al Salhiya in the northern countryside of the province.
The same sources reported that ISIS terrorists executed two of their fellow members in the town of Muhassan city and burned to death a civilian in Ghareiba village, located in the eastern countryside of Deir Ez Zour.


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