Terrorists’ Notorious TOW Missile Operator Killed by Unknown Assailants in Idlib

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One of the notorious commanders of Jeish a-Nasr who was also the terrorist group’s most skillful operator of the US-made anti-tank TOW missiles was killed in an attack in Idlib countryside.

Ala Rahmoun was targeted by unknown gunmen in front of his house in the village of Kafr Batikh and succumbed to his injuries yesterday.

Ala Rahmoun was the most notorious operator and launcher of anti-tank missiles.

He was also known among militants as Ala TOW.

Local sources reported on Monday that simultaneous with intensifying clashes among rival terrorist groups in Northwestern Syria tens of Ahrar al-Sham militants, including a field commander, were killed in a suicide attack on one of their command posts in Idlib.

The sources said that tens of terrorists were killed in a suicide attack on Ahrar al-Sham’s command post in Tal (hill) al-Touqan region in Eastern Idlib near Abu al-Dhuhour airport that is under Ahrar’s control.

The sources added that Mahrous Abu Ahmad, who was in charge of appointing Ahrar al-Sham’s commanders, was among the killed terrorists in the attack.

In the meantime, websites affiliated to terrorist groups reported that almost 200 militants were present in and outside the command post of Ahrar al-Sham during the suicide attack.

The sources said that one of the raiders detonated himself inside Ahrar al-Sham’s command post, while another one reached outside the command post on his bomb-laden motorbike and detonated it.

Head of the Judiciary Board of Ahrar al-Sham Ahmad Mohammad Najib accused ISIL of carrying out the attack, saying 25 fighters of the group were killed and several more wounded in the attack.

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