The video released on YouTube shows that Allouch that was killed in Russian airstrikes in December argued with Commander of Faylaq al-Rahman Abu al-Nasr and Commander of Liwa Fajr al-Ummah Abu Khalid Daqar over the way of expending at least $12mln of foreign aid in battle against the Syrian government forces in the Eastern part of Damascus.
Allouch said in the video that he received such amounts of money ($12mln) several times, which were spend for Jeish al-Islam’s expenditures, but Abu Khalid Daqar, opposing Allouch, called for expending the money for all the anti-government militants in Eastern Grouta.
In part of video, Allouch and Daqar accused each other of receiving the foreign funds but not spending the money on their groups’ members.
Allouch, in the video, did not talk about the sources of foreign funds, but several times underlined that “the money we received in the last five years” (since the escalation of armed crisis in Syria).
In December, the Russian airstrikes targeted the command center of Jeish al-Islam (Army of Islam) terrorist group in Eastern Ghouta in Damascus countryside, killing tens of militants, including the terrorist group’s top commander who was also a senior member of a coalition of the main anti-Assad militant groups in Syria.
Allouch, commander and spokesman of Jeish al-Islam, was killed when the Russian fighter jets fired ten rockets at the terrorist group’s command center in al-Marj in Eastern Ghouta.
Senior members of Ahrar Sham’s Shura (consultative) Council sent their condolences on the death of Allouch, who was known as the most formidable sworn enemy of President Assad across Southern Syria, as his elimination strikes a lethal blow at Jeish al-Islam and other militant groups in Syria.
Zahran Allouch was notorious for his vast ethnic cleansing of Shias in Syria.
Allouch’s death will likely exacerbate terrorists’ military problems in Southern Syria, specially in Damascus province.
The Russian airstrike targeted Jeish al-Islam commanders’ meeting.
Hamza Bayrakdar, Spokesman of Jeish al-Islam, was also killed in the airstrike in Eastern Ghouta.
Jeish al-Islam is one of the largest terrorist groups in Southern Syria and the biggest one in Eastern Ghouta.
Jeish al-Islam is a Saudi-backed Takfiri terrorist group affiliated to the Islamic Front a conglomerate of tens of terrorist groups fighting against the Syrian government.