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ISIL’s Top Head-Chopper Killed in Clashes with Syrian Army near Deir Ezzur



A commander of the ISIL terrorist group, notorious for beheading masses of people, was killed in clashes with the Syrian Army troops on the Southern outskirts of Deir Ezzur city, security sources announced Saturday.

The Syrian Army troops, backed up by the country’s Air Force and artillery and missile units, continued to attack ISIL’s defense lines in al-Maqaber (cemetery) region and airbase South of Deir Ezzur city, killing a number of terrorists, including Abdullah al-Aboud nom de guerre Abu al-Hreth that had participated in the mass beheading of a large number of people from al-Sha’atiyat tribe along with a German pop singer nom de guerre German Abu Talheh.

ISIL’s military equipment also sustained major damage in the army attacks.

The army aircraft, meantime, pounded ISIL’s positions in al-Maqber, Jonayd division base and around Deir Ezzur airbase, killing a number of terrorists and destroying their positions, arms and ammunition.

Also, the ISIL terrorists attacked the army positions near Regiment 137 base from the West of Tal (hill) al-Sonouf on Sunday, but the pro-government forces clashed with them fiercely and repelled their attack.

The ISIL suffered heavy casualties in pursuing clashes.

In the meantime, the army’s artillery and missile units pounded ISIL’s movements and positions around Deir Ezzur’s airbase, al-Maqaber region, and Tal (hill) al-Sonouf, destroying a main position and killing several terrorists.

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